A busy Erik Qualman, motivational speaker and best selling author, caught a few minutes with us at the SolarWinds Empower conference to talk about STAMP starting with “simple is hard” (an oft-quoted phrase here at
Ken Dwight – virus expert and contributor – weighs in on a newly revealed security attack vector: managed services providers (MSPs). He cites a specific attack that exploits the connection between two well-known ISVs in the MSP space. In all fairness – a patch was issued – but many folks haven’t implemented the patch yet. Boo hoo!
At the recent CompTIA ChannelCon event, Harry interviews Neal Bradbury – Vice President, Channel Development – at Barracuda MSP. Bradbury sizes up the post-acquisition integration (Barracuda acquired Intronis) plus shares insights into how
WOW – first time and will repeat. This is a deeply technical conference that touches all the bases when it comes to security. While the floor was more customer friendly, there were partner managers in the different exhibitions that could speak towards
Contributor Larry Doyle jumps up to the Big Leagues this month with an infrastructure conversation that touches on hyper convergence, etc. It’s about using big tools to put it all into a single pane of glass.
Contributor Alex Fields, on to watch on the way up, has a heart. Much of his writing and analysis beyond his day job as an MSP engineering-type, concerns helping other MSPs and IT Pros be successful.
Alexander Klimburg’s speech at Black Hat was well received and combined hacking, security and geopolitical topics. In this 1:1 interview after his presentation, Klimburg shares the six stages of cyber warfare and much more.
Esteemed IT analyst Frank Ohlhorst weighs in on Azure. He shares a couple important points starting with Azure evolving as a service (more and more capabilities are being added all the time).
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