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Three Things to Remember when Building Your MSP Website

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How to Boot a Mac from a USB

<p>The Apple Mac has been in circulation for<a href="https://www.solarwindsmsp.com/blog/30-years-mac-msp-perspective"&gt; 35 years now</a>—and it feels like the great <a href="https://www.solarwindsmsp.com/blog/microsoft-restarts-mac-vs-windows-de… vs. PC debate</a> has been going on just as long. Read More … [Read more...]

Infographic: NCSAM in Pictures

<p><a href="https://www.solarwindsmsp.com/blog?category=1331&quot; target="_blank">National Cybersecurity Awareness Month</a>&nbsp;(NCSAM) is over but cybersecurity best practices don’t end when October ends. Read More … [Read more...]

How to Market Your MSP Business in 5 Simple Steps 

<p>If you want your business to succeed at the level that you want and ultimately deserve, marketing can help you get there. For some managed services providers, marketing can seem like a very foreign world. So, I’ve broken things down into five simple steps to help get you started when you’re looking to market your business. It’s going to involve you asking yourself a lot of questions but … [Read more...]

Make PowerShell Easy with Automation Manager

<p>As a managed service provider (MSP), you likely run a lot of repetitive tasks across your customers’ systems.There are tools available to automate these tasks—like Microsoft’s PowerShell, an open-source project that allows you to code functions that automate certain processes. However, these can often be overly complicated and extremely time-consuming to learn and operate. Read More … [Read more...]

Using Documentation to Boost MSP Efficiency and Drive Profitability

<p>Picture the scenario: your best technician walks out, having accepted a position for another managed services provider (MSP).</p> <p>At first, you don’t have any issues, but a few weeks later, one of your customers experiences an outage. You put the next senior-level technician on the job, and they fiddle around with a network device. They work directly from the standard … [Read more...]

Why You Need to Keep a Close Eye on Your Customers’ New Hires

<p>One of the many things you regularly contend with as a managed services provider (MSP) is adding your customers’ new hires. When a customer hires new employees, you have to initiate several processes, such as&nbsp;setting up email addresses, adding computers, and creating user accounts, just to name a few.&nbsp;</p> Read More … [Read more...]

Linux Package Management and How to Apply Packages

<p>As a managed services provider (MSP), applying patches to keep software up-to-date is crucial to secure customer networks. With various customers <a href="https://www.solarwindsmsp.com/blog/get-yourself-ahead-part-2-operating-…; target="_blank">using different operating systems</a>, MSPs must deal with patching vulnerabilities in a multitude of ways. Read More … [Read more...]

The TMSP Program: Offer Advanced Security Without Building Your Own SOC

<p>You likely already do a great job protecting your customers from cyberthreats. You patch in a timely manner. You use a strong email security product to bolster inbox defenses. You regularly back up so you can recover in the event of an emergency. These actions help safeguard customers against most attacks.&nbsp;</p> Read More … [Read more...]

Goldilocks and the Three Backup Products

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