Michael Fraser joins us to chat about the current economic state and new needs for businesses long term. The current state of MSP IT is going from rack and stack infrastructure to API infrastructure or IT as code. MSPs need to start learning and implementing this new infrastructure into their clients and stop relying
Ransomware is something that has been talked about for quite awhile and has been one of the biggest issues in terms of IT security in the last two years. Although, many people think that Ransomware is a one shot deal, in reality it is a
By Gary Audin
Who manages your resources? What access do they have? How many have privileged access? It expands when you add IoT devices.
Super user accounts, those with privileged access have been poorly governed. Identity management software (IAM) may leave super user accounts uncontrolled while allowing advanced access privileges on the network.
I’ve used the pandemic shutdown this Spring and Summer to pen my 23rd book. Heck – what else was I going to do? And I did it on the featherweight LG Gram with its 17” monitor. My experience was that the LG Gram exceeded my expectation on so many levels.
Harry is joined by Kevin Hunter, Carey Holzman, and Tom Benkert to discuss how to start a profitable YouTube channel. They explore the steps to starting your channel as well as some great tips and tricks to building your audience (you must know your
We go down under with Michael Jenkins to explore the resurgence of Ransomware. With many businesses ramping up and sending employees home to work we are seeing an uptick in ransomware. Many businesses were not prepared to have
Harry Brelsford and Frank Ohlhorst review the current economic status and how it is effecting MSP’s and their clients. Although, some MSP’s are being impacted by the reduction in services needed by their clients, others are weathering the
Dan Foote joins us from Alaska to share about Backup and Disaster Recovery, with a local business. Most small businesses and some medium businesses do not have backup set up for their business, and or if they do it has
Ken Dwight joins Harry Brelsford to discuss the different families of malware. They start off the conversation in 2003 with Crypto locker (the first widespread Ransomware) and go onto explore the last 7 years where thousands of