1. Managed Service Providers Deploy Asigra Converged Data Protection Appliances To Gain Faster Revenue With Cloud Backup Services

    A recent study named cloud-based backup and recovery as the No. 1 cloud service for new revenue-growth potential for Managed Service Providers (MSPs). Yet for some MSPs seeking to grow managed services revenue, finding a cost-effective way to deliver these services can present hurdles. Researching, sourcing, procuring and designing the infrastructures needed to securely offer backup services can be expensive and time consuming.

  2. 6 Ways To Improve The Security In Your Offering

    The cyber security threat to small and medium businesses is growing at an alarming pace. By Austin Justice, Vice President, Justice IT Consulting and ASCII Group Member Since 2015

  3. Payter Launches New Series Of Unattended Payment Solutions With Help From Creditcall

    Payment innovator Payter has been in the mobile payments game before the majority of the industry. Indeed, the company was piloting NFC payment solutions back in 2006. Due to the majority of the banking and credit card industry lagging behind, Payter’s initial solutions were closed loop. Once the banks caught up and showed interest in mobile payments around 2011, Payter was eager and ready to leverage its capabilities and industry relationships to launch a new series of unattended payment solutions.

  4. 5 Ways VMS Auto Updates Make Your Life Easier And Your Facility Safer

    Savvy IT managers and other security professionals know how important it is to keep their operating systems up to date. By Ken LaMarca, VP of Sales and Marketing, OnSSI

  5. What To Examine When Considering Cyber Insurance

    Robert Mueller, the former head of the FBI, is quoted as saying, “There are only two types of companies — those that have been hacked and those that will be.” By Christopher Camejo, Director of Threat and Vulnerability Analysis, NTT Security

  6. 4 Ways Integrators Can Help Schools Increase Security Awareness

    Educational facilities must strike a balance between a combination of policies and technology solutions to achieve a welcoming, yet secure environment. As demonstrated by recent events, threats to the safety of students are significant, and schools can no longer afford a passive approach when addressing these threats. By Steve Birkmeier, Arteco Global

  7. Women In The Channel: How’s That Working For Them?

    I started in the channel 30 years ago, working for a Novell and IBM VAR followed by a stint for Novell Platinum Partner, LANSystems. By Dede Haas, CA-AM, Channel Sales Strategist, Practitioner, & Coach, DLH Services, LLC

  8. 4 Ways To Keep Your Business Safe From The Rising Threat Of Ransomware

    A recent, high-profile incident in which a Hollywood-based hospital suffered through a ransomware lockdown is just the latest in a long string of public attacks that threaten the way we do business today. By Farokh Karani, Director, North America — Sales & Channels, Quick Heal Technologies

  9. How To Add Security To Your Offering

    We can’t help but get numb to the number of security attacks in the news over the past few months with Large Enterprises making for a particularly attractive target. However, you’re just as vulnerable and more likely to get hit when you’re a small business. By Mauricio Bayon, president, Bayon Technologies Group and ASCII Group Member Since 2016

  10. Voice Authentication: Customer Satisfaction Meets Increased ROI

    All your customer wanted was a simple, efficient interaction with your call center. But instead he finds himself jumping through hoops to prove he is who he says he is. By Jessica Foreman