There are many factors to consider when evaluating business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) products. For managed service providers (MSPs), total cost of ownership (TCO) should be high on that list.
We asked MSPs which technology trends and solutions they thought would bring them the most opportunities during the shift to remote working. The majority of them called out remote access solutions, cybersecurity, cloud migrations, and business continuity.
MSPs recently reported that sales and marketing are among the top issues keeping them up at night. This isn’t shocking as most MSPs’ expertise is in IT services and they may not have sales or marketing backgrounds.
In June, Datto welcomed Radhesh Menon as our new Chief Product Officer. We recently sat down with him (virtually, of course) to see how he’s adjusting to his new role, what his top priorities are, and what technology means to him.
Data created using cloud applications is just as vulnerable to accidental or malicious deletion, ransomware, and corruption as data in on-premises installations. That's why SaaS providers recommend third-party backup.
People around the world are feeling the impacts of the current state of the world on a personal level, and for many, that impact reaches their professional lives as well. Thankfully, our research shows that managed service providers (MSPs) have fared better than many businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis.
Microsoft patch management presents a clear opportunity for MSPs and MSSPs. However, to deliver Microsoft patch management as a service, it is crucial to develop an effective strategy and use tools that can automate patch management tasks.
In the coming weeks, there are a wealth of virtual events and webinars to enable managed service providers in this unique business climate. Here's a rundown of some of the upcoming webinars and how you can join.
SaaS backup presents an opportunity for MSPs—especially those that provide Microsoft 365 or Google GSuite services to their clients. Please join us on Wednesday, July 15th for our SaaS Protection 2.5 launch event.
While it’s incredibly important to spend time keeping clients’ security measures intact, it’s also critical for MSPs themselves to make sure their own house is in order. What about the security of their own environments?