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What’s Worse, an Insider or Outsider Threat?

mspradar on Kaseya Blog - IT Automation

http://blog.kaseya.com - When IT pros think of hackers, images of young men sitting around a smoky room in Eastern Europe staring at monitors may come to mind. And yes, many hacks, especially large scale incursions, do come from organized groups of outsiders and often foreign entities. This outside threat is why firewalls, and intrusion detection and prevention […]

CRN Exclusive: Security Startup IntSights Names Long-Time Partner Exec Couto As Global Channel Chief

mspradar on CRN Managed-services News

Most recently with Hexadite, Couto will take on a familiar role: building out a security company's strategy with partners.

Q&A: WatchGuard CEO On Two-Year Anniversary, SMB Security Opportunity, And UTM Competition

mspradar on CRN Managed-services News

WatchGuard Technologies CEO Prakash Panjwani sat down with CRN to talk about changes he has made at the company, the SMB security market opportunity, and how the UTM market is changing.

GUEST BLOG: Is Your MSP Business Dedicated to Removing Bad Apples?

mspradar on Kaseya Blog - IT Automation

http://blog.kaseya.com - I believe most MSP business executives have read the book Good to Great and probably took away at least one solid principal. The most common lesson that IT providers learned from the book is that employees who don’t believe in their mission and core values, “should get off the bus.” However, after spending some time […]

What is Project Labor?

mspradar on Small Biz Thoughts by Karl Palachuk

http://blog.smallbizthoughts.com - We get email. Craig asks, "What is project labor?" But then he gives an example (cleaning up a rat's next of wiring) that may not be a project at all. Here are some thoughts.First: Please review two recent videos on dividing and bundling labor. Part One is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDGYct8AE48and Part Two is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8SRx3OyaU4Second, create clear definit