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Cloud 5-Pack Training: ONLY 4 Australian Cities and 3 U.S. Cities Left!

mspradar on Small Biz Thoughts by Karl Palachuk - Nashville: Done!Atlanta: Complete!Next up: Adelaide - Melbourne - Sydney - BrisbaneAn interesting thing happened at the last two roadshows: LOTS of people came from out of state to attend each show. In Atlanta, more than half the attendees were from out of state. People are realizing that it's winding down. If you want this info, you need to attend one of the last seven cities.November and Decemb

GUEST BLOG: Why You Should be Using a Password Manager

mspradar on Kaseya Blog - IT Automation - From streaming entertainment to social media to our online bank accounts and software, we are inundated every day with the need to create and remember new passwords. In fact, one study revealed that Americans have an average of 130 online accounts registered to a single email address. And what are the chances that those 130 passwords are […]

ASCII Group Announces Enhanced Educational Agenda for 2018 IT SMB Success Summits

mspradar on Small Biz Thoughts by Karl Palachuk - One of the truly great organizations you should be involved with is The ASCII Group. I think I've been a member for most of twenty years. In addition to great product discounts, ASCII puts on a series of one-day events that are educational and entertaining.They sent me a press release announcing the cities and dates for next year. I highly encourage you to check out these events. There are nine e

Five Steps to Optimize and Expand Your Cloud Offerings

mspradar on Kaseya Blog - IT Automation - Microsoft Office 365 is a roaring success, with millions of end users moving productivity to the cloud. This creates new challenges for IT pros and managed service providers. Smart MSPs, however, are turning these challenges into opportunity. Already 87% of MSPs now use Office 365, and 63% see it as a growing business. Tune in […]

Equifax Hack — One Patch Could Have Stopped it

mspradar on Kaseya Blog - IT Automation - Hacks these days can be so huge, it is hard to call any one of them stunning. However, the Equifax breach that compromised the data of 143 million consumers, and was based on a vulnerability known (and repairable) for two months, is truly gigantic. And it never would have happened if Equifax installed one simple […]