Phelim Rowe directs UK-based CTG Intelligence, an integrated events and education concerns for both channel partners and customers in the security technology space. After we do a “Hello World” we move on to talk about the use of acronyms and
Contributor Michael Fraser has one foot out the door to IT Nation in Orlando as we interviewed him for his monthly contribution. He’ll be speaking plus he’ll have a booth on the floor where his firm, Refractr, is launching a new Platform as a
Collabrance’s Greg VanDeWalker shares his thoughts on how MSPs can attacking a vexing problem: talent shortage. It comes down to expertise, focus and pursuing a scalable business that allows MSPs to both survive and thrive in a changing business
Contributor Marc Haskelson speaks towards embracing your vendor as a Managed Services Provider (MSP) trying to latch on to the Business Solution Provider (BSP) wave. I speak towards the fact that historically a member of ‘da Nation wouldn’t wake
Our professor in disguise and leading analyst Alex Fields (Success Computer Consulting, Minneapolis, MN) is back with the real deal: Azure Active Directory. This is a very important segment as Azure is quickly emerging as a trending topic for 2020
Ken “The Virus Doctor” Dwight from Houston Texas double-clicks into something we’ve discussed before – the bad guys are targeting MSPs as a channel to a customer portfolio. Dwight offers little known facts about the Texas MSP
Security expert Josh Freifield from Southern California shares his passion on two topics: security and community. He’s recently joined Microsoft 365 Nation as a contributor. His managed services provider (MSP) firm focuses on security at the enterprise-level and small-and-medium business (SMB).
This month, contributor Frank Ohlhorst brings value by discussing how revamped industry certifications are again adding value for stakeholders. He touches on Cisco, CompTIA and even Microsoft revamped “MCSE” and successor certifications. The
IT Pro Michael Jenkin shares top insights concerning security in a 365 world. Trends include malware trends included target phishing. Jenkin shares this is 100% targeting knowing things only you would know like your favorite wine (hint: your Facebook posts tell all to hackers).
We caught a busy Pat Hurley, VP and GM at Acronis, who claims the Americans beat the Europeans in an early morning soccer match. Hurley declares “backup is dead” and Hurley wants to have partners think of a complete Acronis solution, not
I’m attending the Acronis Global Cyber Summit, and I received a ping from SMB Nation member Brian J. Weiss. He asked why doesn’t the Acronis solution set have Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) in the product