This is a chronicle of my recent travel experience.

First off let me paint this picture. When I drove to Austin, Texas last Fall to be a snowbird, the trip took about five days and was just under 2,500-miles as I took a long route through Denver, Colorado to attend a three-day Ingram Micro conference (one of the last conferences I’ve attended since – who woulda thought it?).

DD Dasgupta, Vice President, Marketing, SMB Products joins us for a quarterly check-in. In early March, Cisco made several announcements concerning the small business sales motion (catch our conversation about the new “button”) and product stack enhancements.

 Contributor Alex Fields went heads down for the first part of 2020 to revise his popular book, now called “The Microsoft 365 Business Migration and Configuration Guide: Deploying, Securing and Managing Microsoft 365 Business”

Time to get back to what we do best at SMB Nation – helping others. With our 49,500 community members who are truly feet on the street, we are working with the National Christina Foundation to rapidly scale the distribution of low-cost and no cost technology assets to solve the digital

Chaos creates opportunity. The current COVID-19 matter is an epic moment in both our personal lives and professional careers that will reset how "work" works.

In preparing this analysis – I have researched how the community of small and medium businesses (SMB), independent software vendors (ISV) and original equipment manufacturers (OEM) plus managed services providers (MSP) who are rapidly responding to, by analogy, a wartime need.

Long-time contributor Michael Jenkin weighs in from Adelaide, Australia with how, following the recent big fires, the coronavirus pandemic is impacting his business and that of his customers. Pay special attention to the interview HERE where

Community leader Scott Sanders from the IT Business Owners Group has a great (and as he says “crazy”) idea: an at-sea technology conference. We double-click down into the “411” on his late Summer 2020 conference cruise. He’ll have both

Denis Wilson, long-time contributor and analyst, talks about a City of Los Angeles cybersecurity alert service call LA Cyber Lab. Then we talk about content-based MSP marketing – work it hard

Esteemed analyst Ken Dwight, known as The Virus Doctor, has evolved his long-time cybersecurity community with a refresh. It starts with his messaging to emphasize the Malware Incident Response