MSP White Papers

  1. How To Sell Cloud PBX: Everything You Need To Know To Position, Scope And Handle Objections Successfully
    11/14/2018

    Reselling Cloud PBX is never an easy task, but you should not let that hold you back from adding it to your portfolio of managed services. Now is the perfect time to dive right into the lucrative telecom market. Every Business Needs a PBX and we can help you provide your clients with an up-to-date PBX system that fits their needs.

  2. A Layman’s Guide To AI, Machine Learning And Its Importance To Endpoint Security
    11/9/2018

    Beginning around 2007, traditional endpoint security was becoming ineffective. Stopping infections was based around finding a user with an infection (patient zero), creating a detection signature (inoculation) and then updating every device to stop any further infections (eradication). The ineffectiveness was a direct result of the volume, variety, and velocity of infections. These factors completely overwhelmed the ‘patient zero’ approach. There were simply too many patients and not enough inoculations.

  3. 3 Steps To Selling DNS For MSPs
    10/9/2018

    Threats are everywhere, and endpoint security simply isn’t enough to keep your clients safe. Pairing domain name system (DNS) protection with endpoint security is a proactive way to prevent costly network attacks. Most clients, however, don’t understand the need for this added layer of security.

  4. How Machine Learning And Artificial Intelligence Drive MSP Success
    10/3/2018

    Change is the one constant in the IT world, and the way companies purchase and consume technology continues to transform and evolve. As customers continue to disrupt the IT value chain, a successful transition to cloud and hybrid models requires managed service providers (MSPs) to evolve their people, operations, and processes and employ advanced technology to secure their customers’ environments. 

  5. 2018 Threat Report Mid-Year Update
    10/3/2018

    One of the biggest security takeaways from the first half of 2018 is that we can never make our computer systems perfectly secure, and the underlying hardware can be just as susceptible to exploitable flaws as the software that runs on it. Two new vulnerabilities—Meltdown and Spectre—affected nearly every device with a CPU, making this one perhaps the worst first half ever in terms of computer security. While not the most severe we’ve ever seen, these vulnerabilities hit the entire ecosystem of computers due to flaws in how modern processors isolate private memory

  6. Securing Users And Devices Across All Stages Of A Malware Attack
    9/4/2018

    Educating users is an undeniably effective way to protect them from phishing and other malware, but it takes much more than that to stop attacks. There are many risks to networks that user education can’t reduce—from malicious sites mistakenly categorized as benign to watering-hole attacks that infect trusted sites. To combat these challenges, businesses need well-designed antimalware that protects across a variety of attack vectors and infection stages. That’s where multi-vector protection comes in.

  7. What Makes Real Threat Intelligence
    7/12/2018

    First popularized in terminology several years ago, threat intelligence means many things to many people. This is due, in part, to the wide variety of producers, consumers, formats, intended uses, and quality of this type of data. This wide variety of definitions is exacerbated by the spectrum of qualitative and quantitative data called threat intelligence.

  8. Wondering How To Make The Best Sales Pitch For Microsoft Azure
    5/29/2018

    Many resellers have a tough time deciding which provider has the best cloud platform to meet their client’s needs. We have looked at AWS, Google and Azure and we think Azure comes out the winner. Find out why you should recommend Microsoft Azure to your clients and how you can initiate the conversation.

  9. Security Awareness Training: The ROI For End User Education
    5/14/2018

    While any business that wants to stay afloat must regularly balance monetary costs against benefits, it is especially important for smaller businesses with more limited budgets to thoroughly vet their return on investment (ROI) before purchasing a new product or service. And, depending on budget constraints, many decisions must be made with potential risk in mind. For example, if the likelihood that a business would need a very specific type of costly insurance is extremely low, then there’s no point in wasting time or resources on that insurance, right?

  10. 6 Week Guide To Accelerating Your Cloud Business
    4/10/2018

    If you want to be part of the cloud industry, you need to be clear about two things in order to capitalize on its growth; the type of business you want to be, and the type of portfolio you wish to build. This guide is a 6-week plan on how to bring your cloud business to a completely new level.