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Your Clients Need Backup and Recovery for Office 365 Data

It’s an Office 365 world after all. With 60 million commercial customers currently using Microsoft’s cloud-based productivity suite, Office 365 has....More

Five Customer Acquisition Strategies for MSPs

MSPs that participated in this year’s CompTIA “Trends in Managed Services” report cited acquiring new customers as their top priority for the next....More

Five Backup and Recovery Trends for 2017

If 2016 taught us anything, it’s that data backup and disaster recovery has never been more critical. Ransomware becoming a bigger and bigger threat....More

Don’t Ignore Winter’s Fury: Back Up Now

As the end of year nears, businesses typically revise their fourth-quarter plans, check their progress in accomplishing annual goals, and start....More

Four Reasons You Need PSA Tools

Businesses today will increasingly rely on data analytics to make process improvements and better serve their customers. MSPs need to adapt to this....More

Using Analytics to Prioritize Data Backup

Data is growing exponentially, and the statistics are stunning. About 90 percent of all data was created in the past two years. By 2020, we will....More

Six Secrets to Onboarding Your Customers

MSPs should strive to add new services for existing customers whenever possible. But you also need to have a new customer acquisition strategy....More

Why MSPs Need to Automate

An efficient MSP is one that knows how to leverage automation. The more repeatable processes and routine tasks you can automate, the less need you....More

Edge Computing: A New Revenue Opportunity for MSPs

Edge computing may be the next great opportunity for MSPs. As customer demand for cloud services increases and the Internet of Things (IoT) gains....More

Five Reasons the IoT Matters to MSPs

If you as an MSP are feeling some pressure to identify your role in the IoT (Internet of Things), you should be. The IoT looms large, and, according....More

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