Harness The Network Power Of Partner Ecosystems For Faster Sales, Bigger Deals, And Higher Close Rates
Welcome to our sixth episode of achieving amazing sales results through partner collaboration within an ecosystem. This webinar series will help you to understand why partner to partner (P2P) relationships are important for the success of your business. P2P is becoming more and more important because more companies are adopting the partner ecosystem model.
Network Vulnerability Management: Looking Beyond The Scan
Vulnerability scanning helps businesses secure their networks by identifying and addressing vulnerabilities in public-facing and private-facing assets that could be exploited by a hacker. What’s important to keep in mind is that the scanning process is just a means to an end. The vulnerability scanners are just tools. To deliver effective IT security, it’s what you do with the scans that makes all the difference.
RSPA Trusted Advisor Ep. 68: Rebranding Lessons For The Retail IT Channel
In Episode 68 of “The Trusted Advisor,” the RSPA’s Jim Roddy sits down with Paul Griffiths and Stephen Bergeron of apg (formerly APG Cash Drawer) to discuss rebranding lessons for VARs, ISVs, and vendors in the retail technology channel. They discuss rebranding principles and processes, how to best engage employees and customers during this journey, and why resellers with “cash register” in their company name are likely candidates for a rebrand of their own.
Imagine If You Never Had To Reconcile Your Billing Ever Again
Imagine reconciling your billing with just a few clicks every month. No tab chaos. No revenue left on the table. Just getting paid for everything you do – and without spending days to figure it out. See your business in a new way with a high-level view of your entire billing process.
Infographic: Ransomware And The Cost Of Downtime
In the first half of 2020, ransomware attacks grew by 715% as cybercriminals began exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic. This has only accelerated through 2021 and 2022.
Episode 2: Harness The Network Power Of Partner Ecosystems For Faster Sales, Bigger Deals, And Higher Close Rates
Welcome to our second episode of achieving amazing sales results through partner collaboration within an ecosystem. This webinar series will help you to understand why partner to partner (P2P) relationships are important for the success of your business. P2P is becoming more and more important because more companies are adopting the partner ecosystem model.
Making Money With Vulnerability Scanning
According to the latest IDC Market snapshot, network vulnerability scanning is a massive $ 1.2 billion market and growing at a rate of 15% annually. Large IT security companies currently dominate the market with high-end vulnerability scanning solutions designed for enterprises. These companies primarily sell directly to end users or through distributors, and their products are optimized for individual businesses. Most of them have high starting prices and their asset-based licensing models quickly bloat the cost of scanning multiple locations. Most managed service providers (MSPs) struggle to absorb this cost as part of their standard monthly service and have difficulty justifying the value of the high-priced scanning to their clients. This unfortunately creates a “devil and the deep sea” scenario where MSPs either have to sacrifice profits or provide less security to their clients. That is, until now.
The True Cost Of IT Field Service Labor
When comparing the cost of a full-time W2 technician to the cost of putting that work on a 1099 network, many companies incorrectly think the 1099 network is more expensive. Here’s why that’s generally not true, with two different ways to evaluate cost – from a work order perspective and an annualized perspective.
The MSP’s Guide To Business Continuity And Disaster Recovery On Azure
As cloud adoption continues to grow among small and medium businesses (SMBs), Microsoft Azure has emerged as a popular option. When SMBs run workloads in Azure, they agree to a shared responsibility model. In this model, the cloud provider (Microsoft) assumes responsibility for the security and protection of the physical data centers, hosts, and network, while the user is responsible for everything else—including information and data, applications, and more.
SaaS Protection Buyer's Guide
Businesses all over the world are relying on SaaS applications to keep their businesses up and running. With more remote work, SaaS applications have become essential supporting collaboration and ensuring easy access to files and folders from anywhere to keep workforces productive and connected. Unfortunately, many organizations still believe that these tools are completely secure and make the need for backup obsolete. This simply isn’t true. Backup is just as important for data in SaaS apps as it is for data hosted on-premises.