With the total market for projected to total $500 billion by 2020, the cloud presents a huge opportunity for channel partners. Microsoft and the analyst firm IDC recently ran a survey of channel partners and found that partners who evolved into cloud technology providers were 1.5x more profitable than their less-cloudy peers.
Webinar Thursday, August 24th, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST
Presented by: Harry Brelsford, and Ryan Fawcett
We’ve been programmed to think there are two ways to function as an MSP: break-fix/project work and recurring revenue with high-end solutions.
Buying managed security services is a growing trend with companies, as they seek to implement market-leading security solutions while dealing with a shortage of trained security personnel and a limited CAPEX budget. IDC predicts double-digit growth for this market and is expecting the MSSP market to hit $27 billion by 2020 (WW). While telcos and system integrators (SIs) play a large role in this space, trusted channel partners are finding customers seeking help with their security needs.
Expanded Security Service Offering to include DNS Protection and Integrated Console Allows NinjaRMM Clients to Reduce Complexity of Cybersecurity Management While Growing their Revenue Stream
Joe Sykora, Fortinet’s Vice President of Americas Channels and Enhanced Technologies, gives his perspective on how an integrated security architecture like Fortinet’s Security Fabric creates new opportunities for solution providers. Joe Sykora, Fortinet’s Vice President of Americas Channels and Enhanced Technologies, gives his perspective on how an integrated security architecture like Fortinet’s Security Fabric creates new opportunities for solution providers.
Thu, Jul 27, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT
Presented by: Harry Brelsford, Alexandre Laflamme, and Marie Bélisle
Microsoft’s advisor incentive program has ended, so you are no longer earning any commission reselling Office 365.
John Maddison, Fortinet Senior Vice President of Products and Solutions
Fortinet’s UTM solutions have been positioned in the leader’s quadrant of Gartner’s annual Magic Quadrant for Unified Threat Management for the 8th time in a row.
SMB Nation Webinar Tuesday, July 18th, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST
Presented by: Harry Brelsford and Karl Palachuk
Don’t miss our popular quarterly report for MSPs, consultants, resellers and IT Pros. The only thing constant is change and we’re right there with you. This analyst briefing will look back at 2Q and make forward looking statements for 3Q.
GoDaddy Offers Customers World-Class Malware Removal and Website Protection
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., June 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ - GoDaddy Inc. (NYSE: GDDY), the world’s largest technology provider dedicated to shifting the global economy toward life-fulfilling independent ventures, today launched GoDaddy Website Security, a cutting-edge website protection service to keep customers’ sites clean and free of malware. Website Security is powered by Sucuri, recently acquired by GoDaddy to further strengthen its security offerings, and provides world-class malware protection. It pairs powerful, comprehensive protection with ease of use.
SMB Nation Webinar Thursday, June 29th, 2017 11:00 PM - 12:00 PM PST
We understand that testing your Disaster Recovery plan can be stressful. But that’s nothing compared to the stress you’ll feel when a cyberattack or natural disaster strikes, and you find out the hard way that you’re not as prepared as you thought you were.
LET'S MEET ONE ON ONE
Bill Gates won’t be there. Elon Musk won’t be there. And Travis Kalanick certainly won’t be there (he’s on leave of absence). But YOU can be there! Yes – it’s the traditional kickoff SMB Nation Beer Summit on the front-end of the Microsoft Inspire (formerly WPC) conference.
An old friend of the SMB MSP community has recently raised its hand to say “hello” again. Thst friend is Fortinet. What I like about Fortinet is that it let’s its results do the talking. Kinda like the old Northwestern Mutual insurance company TV ads (remember the “quite company” – yeah – kids won’t get that).