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  1. Making The Switch To Webroot: Lighter Weight, Better Protection, Increased Profits
    1/11/2017

    Two years ago, SWAT Systems had had enough of its antivirus software. At the time, the Seattle-based MSP had tried a succession of antivirus products, and not one of them had worked as well as they needed. “The products were not a good fit for us,” recalls David Blake, Chief Technology Officer at SWAT. “Clients’ machines were still getting infected and the products were too resource intensive.”

  2. The Next-Generation Partner For MSPs
    1/11/2017

    When selecting an endpoint security partner to augment your product portfolio, it’s important to choose one who understands unique MSP challenges, addresses key pain points, and provides a quality product that reduces costs. At Webroot, we believe next-generation endpoint protection isn’t just about providing superior security against modern malware.

  3. Webroot Phishing Threat Trends
    1/11/2017

    “Who would ever fall for that?” That’s what many people think when they see a phishing attempt, since less advanced types of phishing often involve laughable requests with terrible grammar and spelling to lure victims. Most of these are sent to a large number of recipients in hopes that a few will respond, as even the smallest margin of return is a success. However, the majority of today’s phishing attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated, carefully crafted to obtain sensitive information from specific organizations, or even a particular person.

  4. Webroot Quarterly Threat Update
    1/11/2017

    Webroot solutions and services continually correlate intelligence from millions of real-world endpoints and internet sensors to identify key threat topics and trends, but what do the numbers really mean? In this report, we’ll examine trends in malware ranging from 2014 through the first half of 2016, as well as their causes.

  5. Selecting The Right Security Vendor Partner: 4 Signs You’ve Met Your Match
    1/11/2017

    Channel partnerships, like many relationships, begin with a great deal of enthusiasm. Sometimes it’s a summer fling, other times it leads to long-term commitment, but how do partners know when it’s truly a match made in heaven? As competition in the managed services sector heats up, today’s MSPs know their continued success depends on more than just offering superior services to their clients.

  6. 7 Things You Need To Include In Your Sales And Marketing Program
    1/10/2017

    Why do channel partners continue to opt out of sales and marketing programs? This question has haunted vendors for generations as it doesn’t make sense why channel partners continue to ignore extremely profitable opportunities, especially when it’s an easily-attainable incentive.

  7. Cost Calculator: Compare Costs of On-Premises Vs. Cloud Servers
    1/9/2017

    It can be hard to know exactly how much your infrastructure will cost, especially if you’re planning to move to the cloud. Using the right TCO (total cost of ownership) calculator will make your job a lot easier. Get your free TCO calculator today!

  8. Fact Sheet: In-House Server Solutions Vs. Cloud Server Solutions
    1/9/2017

    Buying new hardware can be costly. It’s a big decision and you shouldn’t take it lightly. Take the time to find the best solution for your business. Get your facts right first. It'll pay off in the long run!

  9. What Does Enterprise IT Infrastructure Look Like In The IoT Age?
    1/9/2017

    It’s very much still the early stages, but make no mistake about it: the Internet of Things (IoT) will be a permanent, ubiquitous fixture within our everyday lives, providing us a new world of connected and intelligent devices. By Marcio Saito, CTO, Opengear

  10. So Many Things Have To Go Right, It’ll Probably Never Happen
    1/6/2017

    When I became an ISV a little over 19 years ago, it was an exciting time to be in point of sale. DOS was starting to give way to Windows, creating many opportunities for clever guys like myself. I had realized several years earlier this shift would occur and used it to my advantage, creating a fully Windows-based POS before most companies had embraced the fact Windows wasn’t going away. Because the traditional competitors who had comprehensive DOS products had to essentially start from scratch, a level playing field was created in which a one-man operation had a fighting chance against established players.