Long-time MSP and technology professional in the Seattle-region, Sid Herron offers comments on why security matters. He is an expert in VDI and remote/virtual desktop computing. When Herron speaks, people listen and so should you!
This month, Lisa Hendrickson (CallThatGirl) provides an update on her reinvention journey. In a prior segment, we spoke with Lisa about life changes as she returned to her home region to attend graduate school and put
We caught up with a real do’er and go getter in Jeffrey Graves at a recent IT conference in Seattle. Graves is out there doing security every way every day – very impressive.
Continuum’s senior vice president for global service delivery Tasos Tsolakis is my second thinking man to profile from the recent Navigate 19 conference in Pittsburgh. And while we could talk about his advanced degree from a
My exclusive 1:1 with Continuum CEO Michael George at Navigate 2019 started with George literally offering me the jacket off his back. Yes – there is a backstory to this. At the Navigate 2017 conference in Las Vegas, I noticed how well dressed the executives and attendees were, and being Seattle casual,
Larry Doyle brought his friend William along this month as they joined us from Belfast, Northern Ireland. We discuss the absolute hottest topic in the MSP community today:
According to contributor Ken Dwight, the bad guys are targeting managed services providers (MSPs) because, as a channel partner, MSPs have a one-to-many relationship with multiple clients.
Celebrating ten years in business, Alaskan Dan Foote of DanTech is the grand prize winner of the SherWeb-backed SMB Nation MSP Technology Makeover Contest (2Q 2019). I spent a day with Dan and his growing team (his MSP practice recently doubled in size) in Anchorage, Alaska. While I was able to offer
Another year of SpiceWorld comes to an end. I end with a wrap filmed from the Dell Technologies Tech Tour semi-truck on the floor. This is akin to the infamous Microsoft Across America trucks a decade ago (and a similar initiative now underway with
A new twist on security conversations with these topics. Cryptojacking (also called malicious cryptomining) is an emerging online threat that hides on a computer or mobile device and uses the machine’s resources to “mine” forms of online money known as cryptocurrencies.
Joshua Liberman from New Mexico shares one of the secrets to his success: investing forward into his relationships with technology vendors. Specially the use of Market Development funds (MDF) aka “making do funds” (a phrase Liberman