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  • Hacker Personas - The Opportunist

    This type of hacker, who uses charitable causes and hardships to disguise criminal activity, is known as “The Opportunist.” The more you know about them, the better prepared you’ll be to spot their tricks and protect your business.

  • Hacker Personas - The Impersonator

    Cybercriminals are using more sophisticated attacks that trick targets into thinking fraudulent emails are from legitimate personal or business contacts. This type of hacker persona is known as “The Impersonator,” and he has a few highly manipulative tricks up his sleeve like: business email compromise (BEC), domain and website spoofing, and deep fakes and AI-driven attacks. Want to learn more about the tricks impersonators use to steal data from unsuspecting targets?

  • Small and Midsize Businesses: Rip the Target Off Your Backs

    SMBs have limited time and IT resources, and a lot on their plates – especially when it comes to cybersecurity. Unfortunately, SMBs have become the biggest target for ransomware attacks, and they need to face the harsh truth that ransomware can wreak havoc with data, budget and reputation. This paper will debunk the most common myths surrounding ransomware, and present ways to help prevent ransomware attacks, protect data and ensure an adequate recovery procedure.

  • COVID-19 Clicks - How Phishing Capitalized on a Global Crises

    As a cybercriminal tactic, phishing has been around for a long time. So why is such an old method of internet trickery still so common? The answer is simple: because it’s still wildly successful. So why are people still clicking?

  • Case Study: Bordonaro MSP offers fast and reliable migrations

    Germany-based MSP offers reliable migration from Hyper-V servers to Azure Stack Hub with super-fast cutover using Carbonite® Migrate.

  • Security Tips for Protecting your Backup Servers

    Businesses today are evaluating and implementing a multi-layered approach to securing and protecting company data. This paper will focus on additional measures and techniques to specifically protect the backup environment, as well as the Carbonite multi-layer approach for securing your data, part of our cyber resilience philosophy.

  • Digital Dialogue: Parallels Service Provider (PSP) Program Overview

    Read this Digital Dialogue to find out how Parallels solution delivers virtual client computing featuring allowing mixing and matching different Operating Systems and technologies. It is multi-cloud ready and hypervisor agnostic.

  • Video - Qorus Content Hub for Microsoft Partner Network

    Microsoft Partner Network + Qorus Content Hub: Learn more about how Qorus Content Hub can enable your sales and marketing teams.

  • Video - Microsoft Partner Network - Qorus Content Hub

    Members of the Microsoft Partner Network can learn more about Qorus Content Hub

  • Microsoft accelerates channel sales with Qorus Content Hub

    Microsoft has partnered with Qorus Software to license its sales enablement solution, ‘Qorus Content Hub’ as an added benefit available to all members of the Microsoft Partner Network. Qorus Content Hub allows users to find, create, personalize, and share sales and marketing content without having to leave the Office applications.

  • The Keys to An Effective Channel Incentive Program

    In this eBook, we’ll define what an effective incentive program looks like, and then dive into eight creative tactics you can put into place to achieve your program goals.

  • Why (And How) to Sell Cloud Services

    More and more applications are making the move from on-premise to cloud-based. It’s up to you to stay ahead of the curve by proactively offering cloud services as a new practice area for your clients. This eBook is your guide to understanding the benefits of cloud and selling cloud services.

  • The KPIs Top MSPs Rely on for Success & How to Use Them in Your Business

    The most successful MSPs rely on metrics – known as key performance indicators (KPIs) – for making informed decisions that help their businesses thrive, rather than just survive. This eBook provides an overview of the most important KPIs used by top MSPs. See how to use KPIs to build a more sustainable business.

  • The Ultimate Guide to-as-a-Service

    The new Ultimate Guide to As-a-Service can help you take your IT business to the next level. Learn how to introduce new practice areas, like cloud services; create tailored service bundles and set up monthly recurring revenue, and more. Download your free copy of the guide now!

  • A Complete Guide to Pricing IT Services

    Do you wonder if your IT business is truly profitable or if you should raise your prices? Learn how to calculate your overhead burden using our free interactive tool and use it to determine the right price for your IT services. Download eBook Now!

  • Practical Guide to Ensuring Availability at Edge Computing Sites

    IT stakeholders recognize the need for computing at distributed sites, where part or all of their business operations take place. Assessing the criticality of these edge sites should reveal which sites are in greater need of availability improvement. Schneider’s experience with edge computing environment assessments reveals a list of practical actions that improve the availability of IT operations by improving the physical infrastructure systems supporting the IT. This paper provides specific availability improvements broken down by eight key systems including power, cooling, physical security, environment, and management.

  • Cost Benefit Analysis of Edge Micro Data Center Deployments

    Several IT trends including internet of things (IoT) and content distribution networks (CDN) are driving the need to reduce telecommunications latency and bandwidth costs. Distributing “micro” data centers closer to the points of utilization reduces the latency and costs from the cloud or other remote data centers. This distributed data center architecture also provides physical infrastructure benefits that apply to any small data center regardless of the latency requirement. This paper explains how micro data centers take advantage of existing infrastructure and demonstrates how this architecture reduces capital expenses by 42% over a traditional build. Other benefits are discussed including shorter project timelines.