The term “cyber resilience” refers to a business's ability to continuously deliver on its intended outcome despite adverse cyber events. Managed service providers (MSPs) use information security and business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) technologies and organizational resilience practices to help their clients achieve cyber resilience.
Microsoft notified the IT community of multiple attacks on the on-premises version of Exchange Servers. It’s been identified that threat actors are using these zero-day exploits to access email accounts and distribute malware.
Small and medium businesses (SMBs) may think that if their data exists in the cloud, it’s safe from harm and data loss – to no fault of their own. For those not immersed in the weeds of IT management, the public cloud may seem like an impenetrable, reliable location for business-critical data, while that is not necessarily the case.
Datto Workplace offers a hybrid deployment option that allows MSPs to make files accessible via Workplace in the cloud as well as a local, centralized data storage repository, giving MSPs the ability to bridge legacy hardware to cloud and sync with their Workplace account.
Datto SIRIS offers a broad range of deployment options from software-only implementations to purpose-built backup appliances. This deployment flexibility enables MSPs to implement the solution that fits their clients’ (and their own) requirements.
An outage can happen at any time and lasts for an undetermined amount of time. While it can be frustrating, the impact an outage has on productivity and business processes is a serious concern. Here's how MSPs can support their clients through an outage.
As a threat emerged this week in the form of a new dropper called Silver Sparrow, the Datto RMM engineering team sprung into action and has developed a free script for MSPs that detects the presence of this dropper.
There are countless tools available to managed service providers (MSPs) to help them mitigate the risk of ransomware for themselves and their small and medium business (SMB) clients. There’s no single solution that can completely prevent a business from an attack, but rather many that work together. MSPs should consider their RMM tools as a key component in their ransomware mitigations strategy.