Managed Services

  • What Not To Sell: Three Rules Of Engagement For MSPs
    What Not To Sell: Three Rules Of Engagement For MSPs

    When IT service providers become MSPs, the transition isn’t always easy. It requires a fundamental change in the way business is done. What you sell—and what you shouldn’t sell—needs to be clearly considered if success is part of your plan.

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  • How To Outsell Your Competition Instead Of Yourself
    How To Outsell Your Competition Instead Of Yourself

    VARs and MSPs can discover a new selling approach that works in today’s crowded business technology space. With increasing competition and decreasing product differentiation, resellers and service providers can no longer sell based on product features, an approach that worked in the past. Learn about this new approach that focuses on determining the customer’s needs first.

  • MSPs: Stop Selling Your Services Based On Price
    MSPs: Stop Selling Your Services Based On Price

    Miguel Lopez, senior vice president, managed service providers at Kaseya sat down with MSPinsights to talk about MSP pricing and selling value.

  • Secure & Document: The Importance Of RMM And PSA Systems In A Post-GDPR World
    Secure & Document: The Importance Of RMM And PSA Systems In A Post-GDPR World

    When an IT incident occurs, two important tools can help tell the story. A remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform tells of what has gone wrong at a customer’s site; a professional services automation (PSA) platform explains what was done to fix the issue. The combination of these two solutions allows MSPs to quickly respond to issues. This is particularly crucial in the case of security incidents that could impact the business and jeopardize compliance with applicable laws, particularly the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

  • GDPR 101: Key Information MSPs Should Know
    GDPR 101: Key Information MSPs Should Know

    With the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) set to be implemented in May 2018, IT consultants and managed services providers (MSPs) have been wondering how the new law will affect them. In many cases, the IT press has treated this new regulation with a mixture of panic and consternation. It certainly makes sense—it’s a new law that requires organizations to step up on their security measures or face potentially hefty fines.

  • Are Businesses Too Confident About Cybersecurity?
    Are Businesses Too Confident About Cybersecurity?

    Businesses have become very confident about their cybersecurity with 87% responding that they are 'confident in their cybersecurity preparedness'. But is that confidence misplaced?

  • Quarterly Threat Trends: The Service Provider's Look Into The Future
    Quarterly Threat Trends: The Service Provider's Look Into The Future

    Who wouldn’t want the ability to see what will happen in the future? Nowhere is this yearning greater than in the world of cybersecurity, where even a small glimpse of future threats could prevent a disastrous and costly breach. The security industry is looking to move beyond reactive mode and be proactive, automating the response to threats and preventing attacks before they happen.

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MANAGED SERVICES PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Webroot SecureAnywhere™ DNS Protection

Stop malware before it enters your network.

VIPRE® Endpoint Security – Server Edition VIPRE® Endpoint Security – Server Edition

Highest-Rated Protection Thanks to a Layered Security Approach.

VIPRE® Endpoint Security – Cloud Edition VIPRE® Endpoint Security – Cloud Edition

Highest rated protection and value – Simple and Efficient.

Webroot Security Awareness Training Webroot Security Awareness Training

Smarter End Users Mean Safer Businesses and More Profitable MSPs.

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