In our new MSP (Managed Service Providers) Insights video series, I sit down with MSP leaders across the industry to discuss the personal and career paths that led them to the successes they have experienced today.
As a managed service provider (MSP), it is imperative to communicate the need for backup and recovery of cloud server workloads to clients. So, let's take a quick look at the why and how of Azure server protection.
Maze Ransomware has been in the headlines non-stop ever since it was first reported in May 2019. It has been used to attack individual companies, governments, and increasingly – and perhaps most worryingly – MSPs.
Remote monitoring and management (RMM) platforms play an important role in helping managed service providers (MSPs) reduce client downtime through real-time monitoring and proactively securing and protecting managed devices from known vulnerabilities.
Security considerations do not stop at the perimeter of our networks. We must take into account the posture of vendors who process our data, integrate with our systems, or those who we rely on in our day-to-day operations.