It’s a double hitter with contributor Denis Wilson this month. He’s on a tear publishing heaps of articles. Topic one is “Google Ads Now Steal Information” and topic two is “12 Email Clients Found To Have Serious Flaw.”
Jason Green from Trustifi spends a few minutes with Harry at the recent Black Hat security conference to explain how to save time implementing email security. You could take many hours to do it yourself inside the Microsoft 365
Contributor Larry Doyle has figured out an interesting way to take a summer vacation cycling across Europe yet still staying in touch with the Microsoft 365 Nation! (Full disclosure: his trip is partially sponsored by StorageCraft,
New customers are harder to reach than ever before, but we will reveal what strategies and tactics really work and exactly what steps to take in what order to get the best ROI from your marketing investment and
Contributor Andrew Bettany takes the lead on focusing on the second leg of the Microsoft 365 product stack: Windows. Bettany has just shipped an exam cram on MD-100 and we’re the first community to interview him about it. This exam for IT Pros and MSPs focuses on planning, deployment and, to a lesser extent, on-going administration.
We caught up with a busy Angus Robertson, CRO for Axcient, at the start of CompTIA’s ChannelCon 2019 event in Las Vegas. Today (Tuesday, August 6, 2019) at 10:45am, Robertson will be on a panel discussing vertical opportunities.
In this impactful interview, Marc Haskelson, CEO of the Compliancy Group in New York, offers a fresh view to business development for managed services providers (MSP). Use compliancy matters such as HIPAA to open the door to new client opportunities.
Denver-based MSP Jack Smith (Initial.IT) launched a social initiative to give back to his community. He focuses on assisting not for profits and other social entities that align with his passions and beliefs. Take eight minutes to learn how you can be like Jack!
By MiaCate Kennedy I
While at Sage Summit Atlanta last week, I had the opportunity to interview several of the leadership team at Sage. One was Nancy Harris, Managing Director North America. Nancy has over thirty years in the building of successful software companies.
By MiaCate Kennedey I (Atlanta GA)
I had the recent opportunity to attend #SageSummitUS, in beautiful Atlanta, Georgia this past week, and it was a terrific summit! For those of you that don’t already know, #SAGE is primarily an accounting software that goes from desktop to the cloud, bringing solutions to SMB’s and large businesses at affordable solution rates that may be less costly than a typical ERP.
The Small and Medium Business (SMB) space was shaken about a month ago when Forrester’s Jay McBain shared that his research showed approximately 70% of the SMB managed services provider (MSP) field is seeking change in the way of an exit (retirement, getting acquired, getting a job). I believe this reflects the ongoing maturity of the MSP market.
Enter ARG, a quasi-investment and technology entity