It’s a look back at the early stages of the Coronavirus pandemic when the decision was made on short notice to cancel the popular South-by-Southwest (SxSW) festival stranding 400,001 people (Harry is the “one”). What interest in this segment with Kevin hunter on TechTuesday (produced by Northwest Digital News)
Long-time SMB Nation member LC Dohn sent out the first customer-facing coronavirus communication we witnessed about how her MSP practice, NetWeb Computer Consulting, is handling its internal operations to safely serve its customers in the
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
Great minds think alike. Contributor Ken Dwight recently joined that Houston chapter of the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) and it was the same week Harry joined the Austin chapter! We talk about our reasons for join this trade association plus what we hope to “get” out of our
Off to Southern California we went to interview MSP Denis Wilson about his business model. Like other MSPs, Wilson benefits from automation and remote management tools. He has one client that’s not in the best position to be completely remote so
Long-time contributor Josh Weiss from LA Creative Tech in Southern California shares some insights on the stock market volatility and whether is does/does not impact the local Managed Services Provider (MSP). It’s a multi-faceted conversation. Weiss shares that his large real estate client could well be impacted.
Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 12:00 PM PT
MSPs are great with technology applications, but often lack a full-scale understanding of sales and marketing, including digital strategies for marketing to SMBs. In the post COVID-19 environment, digital marketing will be more important than ever in scaling your business.