When an organization is trying to get out ahead of the market and truly innovate, they have no choice but to find new language to describe what they have developed. Often, however, it’s not the company that invented the technology that gets the credit, but the one that coins the phrase that gets adopted by the marketplace. An excellent case in point is the term “next-generation firewall” (NGFW). Of course, the technology behind this category of device had been around for a long time.
3Q MSP Analyst Report
SMB Nation Webinar: Thu, Sep 21, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT
Presented by: Harry Brelsford, and AJ Singh
Ransomware has become the poster child of cybersecurity threats for businesses of all types and end users alike, as well as the preferred money extortion tool for hackers and cybercriminals. With its impressive ability to evolve and bypass traditional data protection solutions, this is hardly surprising. The potential outcomes of an attack are highly detrimental, including critical data loss, lowered productivity and damaged brand reputation.
KnowBe4 Releases Email Exposure Check Pro to Help Organizations Identify At-Risk Users
Revamped tool identifies at-risk users through deep web searches and hundreds of breach databases for no-charge.
Wed, Aug 30, 2017
12:00 - 1:00 pm PDT
According to Boston Consulting group, small businesses who adopt technology add 15% more revenue and have 2x job growth than those who don’t. As a Microsoft Partner, you can showcase your knowledge and expertise by educating them on the latest trends and advancements to streamline business process and digitally transform their business through our Microsoft Community Connections (MCC) program!
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.