GUEST OPINION Luke Smith, Regional Account Director, Barracuda MSP: As managed service providers (MSPs) come to terms with market conditions and customer requirements in this new era of post-pandemic hybrid working, many are realising that challenging times lie ahead.
Amid rapid digital transformation and record-high threat exposure, security remains the biggest concern for customers and the greatest revenue opportunity for MSPs: Barracuda
Cloud-first security solutions provider Barracuda Networks has announced key findings from its 2022 - The Evolving Landscape of the MSP Business report - launched in conjunction with MSP Day.
GUEST OPINION by Luke Smith, Regional Account Director, Barracuda MSP: Many Australian businesses rely on their MSP for help with IT security, yet many of them feel they are not getting the support they need.
GUEST OPINION: In a highly competitive and constantly changing marketplace, keeping track of business performance can be a challenge.
GUEST OPINION: Australian managed service providers (MSPs) are constantly on the hunt for new ways to deliver better value to their business clients. Improving the performance of IT infrastructures supports business activity and ensures long-term and mutually beneficial relationships.
COMPANY NEWS: Barracuda Networks, a trusted partner and leading provider of cloud-first security solutions, today announced that it is strengthening its MSP security offering with new offerings designed to help MSPs build advanced, security-centric services for their customers.
GUEST OPINION: It’s been an essential communication tool for decades, but now email is becoming a growing source of security threats for Australian businesses. Indeed, the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s Annual Cyber Threat Report 2021 stated that the average loss for each successful business email compromise attack is now more than $50,600.
COMPANY NEWS: Barracuda Networks, a trusted partner and leading provider of cloud-enabled security solutions, today released its top nine cybersecurity predictions for 2022. Covering a range of topics from the evolving threat landscape to the sectors most at risk, the predictions point to a new year filled with both challenges and opportunities.
Security vendor Avast has added a network discovery tool to its Business Hub platform.
GUEST OPINION by Stan Chizhevskiy, Technical Director, Access4: With business life poised to return to some semblance of normality after a protracted period of harsh lockdowns, it’s time to take a health check of the measures put in place when the pandemic first began.
COMPANY NEWS: BitTitan, the developer of MigrationWiz, Voleer, and Perspectium, and a global leader in migrations and managed services automation, today announced the launch of its comprehensive Migration Discovery Solution.
COMPANY NEWS: UCaaS provider Access4 has today released this year’s NPS scores, gained 97 MSPs in its partner ecosystem, which represent an overall Net Promoter Score of 46 – up 14% from last year and are continuing on an upward trajectory.
It’s no April Fool’s joke! The “new no-charge licensing” and the new, no-cost version of Cyber Protection Cloud enables MSPs “to offer cyber protection services on more endpoints, based on Acronis’ best-of-breed backup, award-winning anti-malware, and protection management at little to no cost."
As we’ve heard from a range of security vendors this year, remote work and cloud computing during COVID-19 have contributed to increased ransomware attacks, with the healthcare industry the most vulnerable, according to Datto’s latest report.
Cyber security firm Sophos says there has been significant worldwide growth of MSP Connect, its program for MSPs to expand market opportunities and revenue streams with its portfolio of solutions and services.
Windows ransomware has become a major problem for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), a survey by Datto, a company that provides IT solutions for managed service providers (MSPs), shows, with 91% of MSPs in Australia and New Zealand reporting attacks on SMBs in the last two years.
Data protection vendor Datto has appointed 30-year IT industry veteran Robert Petrocelli as chief technology officer.
Data protection company Datto has released the results of a ransomware survey based on data from 1700 managed service providers which shows that a sum of US$301 million was paid to attackers between the second quarter of 2016 and the second quarter of 2017.
Kaseya, a supplier of software to managed services providers, expects to make several more acquisitions in the next six months to two years.
CompTIA has launched a new tool which it says will help managed services providers (MSPs) navigate the customer engagement process, from initial prospecting through to contract renewal.
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