Inside ASCII Featured Articles

  1. Feinberg Closes ASCII Success Summit With Thought-Provoking Talk
    10/14/2016

    Alan Weinberger, the founder, chairman, and CEO of The ASCII Group called on his friend Ken Feinberg to close The ASCII Success Summit – Rhode Island held October 13 — 14 at the Hyatt Regency Newport, and Feinberg didn’t disappoint.

  2. ASCII Success Summit — Rhode Island Day Two: Providing Data Protection For SMBs
    10/14/2016

    Even in today’s competitive market, cloud-based disaster recovery and backup — as well as recovery providers — have not been able to provide a complete, end-to-end solution for partners who service the SMB. How to do just that was the topic of Data Deposit Box President, COO & Director Troy Cheeseman’s talk, Simple, Smart Data Protection Built For SMBs given during the second day of The ASCII Success Summit – Rhode Island held October 13 — 14 at the Hyatt Regency Newport.

  3. ASCII Success Summit: Choosing The Right VoIP Provider
    10/14/2016

    Knowing what to look for when choosing a VoIP provider to bring to the table with your customers is something Roland Technology Group President and CEO Tim Conkle knows something about. So much so, it was the subject of Three Pitfalls Of Partnering With The Wrong VoIP Provider, his talk on the second day of The ASCII Success Summit — Rhode Island held October 13 — 14 at the Hyatt Regency Newport.

  4. Datto At The ASCII Success Summit: No More Back Up
    10/14/2016

    Datto’s VP of Business Development Rob Rae presented The Most Important Lessons We've Learned From Our Only Customer, The Channel during the second day of the ASCII Success Summit — Rhode Island held October 13-14 at the Hyatt Regency Newport.

  5. ASCII Success Summit — The Growth Potential Of MSP Security
    10/14/2016

    Jay Ferron, CIO of Interactive Security Training, LLC, started off the second day of the ASCII Success Summit — Rhode Island being held October 13 to 14 at the Hyatt Regency Newport. Ferron’s presentation, MSP Security Growth, From Start To Smart, focused on the security space — particularly delivering best practices and building constant service revenue.

  6. Essential MSP Tools, Cloud Highlight First Day Of ASCII Success Summit - Rhode Island
    10/14/2016

    The year’s final ASCII Success Summit kicked off October 13 at the Hyatt Regency Newport in Newport, RI with ASCII President Jerry Koutavas presenting Opportunity Hacking: Finding New Business Online Through Set Processes. Koutavas spoke about how most companies fail to discover opportunities beyond their normal sales activities and offered advice on how to increase the chance of finding and closing new business through a variety of creative, insightful methods and processes shared by fellow ASCII Group IT provider community members.

  7. ASCII Cup Secrets — And More — Revealed
    9/15/2016

    The ASCII Group, founded in 1984, is the oldest and largest group of independent information technology solution providers, integrators, managed service providers (MSPs), and value added resellers (VARs). Started by Alan Weinberger, ASCII originally consisted of 40 independent software retailers that decided to join together as a buying group and pay monthly fees to support their organization, in turn supporting each other and their programs for mutual benefit.

  8. ASCII IT SMB Success Summit 2016 To Feature Speaker Ken Feinberg
    8/3/2016

    Session addresses the worth of individual lives for business decision-makers. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  9. Growing MSPs Share Advantages Of ASCII Membership
    6/6/2016

    Three successful managed services providers (MSPs) detailed how The ASCII Group has benefitted their businesses during a lively panel discussion at Business Solutions’ Channel Transitions Conference June 2 in Philadelphia.

  10. What A “Hippie Rock Guitarist With Top Secret Clearances” Has To Do With Managed Services
    4/28/2016

    Jeff “Skunk” Baxter wasn’t involved with any bombs during his days as a founding member of Steely Dan or his five-year run with the Doobie Brothers, however — at least since the mid-1980s — his life has been filled with them. Wait, let me explain. Baxter, 67, closed the ASCII Success Summit held in Milwaukee, WI by discussing his transition from Doobie Brother to national security expert. That’s right; the long-time musician with eight platinum records to his credit (he’s been performing since 1968) has become one of the national-security world’s most well-known counterterrorism experts. In this role, Baxter helps both policy makers and defense contractors better understand the way terrorists think and plan attacks.