Retaining Managed Services customers comes down to two factors: delivering business value; and demonstrating that value to the customer through data-driven information. Read this white paper and learn how the right business approach combined with the right risk intelligence tools can help. Read more.
That’s right. As of June 30, you won’t be earning any commissions for reselling Office 365 as a Microsoft Advisor. And, you won’t earn a single cent for managing Microsoft cloud subscriptions for your clients. Have you thought about what this means for your cloud business? Read on.
The Stratos Cloud Alliance is a Microsoft Cloud Distributor specializing in Dynamics 365. Our partner program provides partners with a Dynamics 365 practice in 30 days with no up-front investment or hiring of additional staff. Read on.
Data is the business world’s most valuable asset and access to data is a requirement, leading customers to the cloud to gain a competitive advantage. Database services is an untapped market and a significant opportunity for Channel Partners. Learn More.
Complimentary Gartner research offer for technology service providers: Predicts 2017 examines the effects of continued digital innovation and how these changes reshape the nature of future IT investments. Learn more.
Ransomware is still on the rise but why, even after many years of technological advancements in the backup & disaster recovery industry? New developments in ransomware techniques and codes make having an offsite backup (or two) essential in order to save your business’s life. Read more!
Recent statistics show that the total cost of ransomware may have risen to $1 billion in 2016. And the damage to businesses is real, manifesting in lost productivity, lost revenue and reputation risks. One of the best defenses against this type of attack is to have solid backups, both onsite and offsite. Learn more!
Anyone who has a Microsoft Small Business Server with Exchange included, or decided previously to host Exchange internally, will definitely want to consider moving to Office 365 for these compelling reasons. Read now!
Most MSPs, VARs, and other IT service providers understand the value of backup and disaster recovery. One of the most reliable and profitable methods IT providers can sell disaster recovery is by building and selling or buying and reselling a backup and disaster recovery appliance (BDR).
So you’ve weighed the option of building vs. buying a BDR appliance and decided to take things into your own hands and build.
But what now? Our latest guide discusses what you need to know to build and configure a StorageCraft®-powered BDR device you can resell to your clients as part of your disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) offering.