• Backup As A Service Success For MSPs

    Backup as a Service (BaaS), including cloud backup, is proving to be a successful business for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) today because enterprises need to modernize their backup solution to protect mission-critical application servers and want to outsource the function. In fact, it has been one of those steady growth areas within IT for decades, but it rarely gets the attention it deserves.

  • Best Practices For Document Migrations Amid Accelerating Data Creation

    It’s no secret—we’re increasingly reliant on remote operations. According to career news website Ladders, 25% of all professional jobs in North America will be remote by the end of 2022, and remote opportunities will continue to rise into 2023.

  • How To Sell Cloud Backup To SMB Clients

    The MSP industry is a crowded space. New players enter the market all the time, flooding an already competitive business environment. Moreover, a cottage industry of data backup and recovery solutions further complicates the landscape for your MSP and clients.

  • Pro Tips For Backing Up Large Datasets

    Successfully recovering from disruption or disaster is one of an IT administrator’s most critical duties. Whether it’s restoring servers or rescuing lost data, failure to complete a successful recovery can spell doom for a company.

  • 8 Key Tips For Mastering Migration

    There’s always new tech on the horizon driving companies to adopt new methods and more efficient ways of doing business. But IT pros know that shiny new software and hardware often mean complicated onboarding procedures.

  • The MSP Buyer’s Guide To Backup And DR

    In today’s threat landscape, data loss prevention and reducing the severity of incidents such as cyberattacks is paramount. You should look for a solution with the resilience to protect your digital assets with absolutely zero downtime. Customer environments are heavily fragmented. That combined with global, dispersed workforces makes achieving the recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO) demanded by modern SLAs a huge challenge.

  • Peak UpTime Bolsters BCDR And Their Business With Unitrends

    Peak UpTime started as an MSP in 2014, transitioning from a product-focused company to a strategic service provider. As a managed service provider, they knew that backup and recovery capabilities for their clients would be critical. For Matt Auld, Vice President of Cloud Services, and his team, finding the right backup and disaster recovery solution to meet the needs of their blossoming MSP business was a huge challenge.

  • Building Effective Incident Response Plan

    The goal of an incident response plan (IRP) is to optimize recovery times and mitigate collateral damage (brand reputation, productivity) for your clients. This checklist helps break down the six steps of building an effective IRP to ensure your MSP and clients are ready for ransomware or any other incidents.

  • The Importance Of Backup & Disaster Recovery For Remote Workers

    As a business owner, it’s important to protect your corporate data from potential cybersecurity attacks. This is especially critical now that many employees are working from home due to the pandemic.

  • When ‘Okay’ Data Protection Is Not Enough

    Contigo Technologies is a leading MSP based in Austin, Texas. While many MSPs focus on particular verticals, Contigo’s technical and service offerings have made them the “go-to” MSP for businesses across the Austin area. An example of their commitment to customer service is that they place an icon on every supported workstation that lets the user contact Contigo in a matter of seconds, whether to access support or just ask a question.