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Five Reasons the IoT Matters to MSPs

  • Sep 29, 2016
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    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 to new Research and Markets survey, it is poised for explosive growth....More
  • Sep 23, 2016
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    The Cloud Is a Ticket to Trusted Advisor Status

    MSPs still struggling with how to define their role in the cloud should consider this: Cloud services create an excellent opportunity to up your consulting game and cement your position as IT trusted advisor....More
  • Sep 22, 2016
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    5 Ways to Take Your MSP Marketing to the Next Level

    A recent survey estimates that there are 107,368 MSPs, solutions providers, integrators, consultants, and systems builders in the United States. With so much competition going after new business--and maybe after business you already have--it’s important to effectively communicate your MSP’s value proposition to both customers and prospects....More
  • Sep 20, 2016
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    MSPs Report on the State of Ransomware in 2016

    Today, data serves as the lifeblood of businesses around the world. While many companies go to great lengths to ensure their data is secure and accessible, 2016 gave way to a cyber threat that challenged the safety of their data....More
  • Sep 20, 2016
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    Getting Customers to Stop Turning a Blind Eye to Cybersecurity

    One of the biggest obstacles to good cybersecurity is the failure to recognize its need. MSPs often run into this problem with clients that, whether they realize it or not, operate under the false impression that “it won’t happen to me.”...More
  • Sep 20, 2016
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    Capacity Management, SDDC-Style

    Capacity planning and management have always been important in the physical data center. Without the tools to ensure that resources match business requirements and growth, it has been easy to overbuy or overprovision capacity just to ensure that a project or division didn’t come up short....More
  • Sep 16, 2016
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    Best of Breed vs. Closed, Integrated Solutions: The 1990s Called and Want Their Dispute Back 1

    On the one hand, the old story goes, you invest in point solutions that are the best fit for your business’s particular needs, but then pay the price with suboptimal integration and interoperability between and among these technologies. On the other hand, you bite the bullet and commit to one vendor’s offerings. That way, you sacrifice the "best fit" but can be confident that the systems all work together seamlessly. This old model is particularly treacherous in an MSP 2.0 world, where you can’t afford to get locked into a closed technology community....More
  • Sep 13, 2016
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    Avoiding Managed Cloud Vendor Lock-In

    The vendor you love on Day 1 simply might not meet your needs 12 months down the line....More
  • Sep 12, 2016
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    Guest Blog: Move to SDDC Requires Careful Management of Personnel, Process Changes

    Moving to a software-defined data center (SDDC) requires many changes for businesses processes throughout an organization. MSPs can play an important role in helping customers manage that change....More
  • Sep 6, 2016
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    Endpoint Security: Is Anti-virus Dead?

    More and more, the question being asked about endpoint protection and anti-virus isn’t “Who should we use?” but, rather, “Do we even need anti-virus anymore?”...More
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