What is big data? Big data is defined as extremely large data sets that can be analyzed to reveal patterns, trends, and associations, especially relating to human behavior and interactions.
Articles by Brett Cheloff
After learning of the latest operation by APT10 (Advanced Persistent Threat group 10), dubbed “Cloud Hopper”, Technology Solution Providers around the world got quite the scare this past weekend thanks to The Shadow Brokers’ “Lost in Translation” leak. Multiple media sources, like CNN, PC World, and Ars Technica, reported the leak contained numerous zero-day exploits,…
Be honest. Do you ever feel more of your time at work is spent jumping through the hoops of process than actually getting something accomplished?
You know that building out monitors and scripts to automate your IT services will make your managed services practice more efficient, successful, and profitable. Your next question may be, “Where can I start applying that automation so I can generate more recurring revenue for my business?”
This isn’t your average fluffy cloud rolling across the sky. The one that’s taking over our industry is moving at a rapid rate, and if you don’t act now, your business will get left behind. Not maybe, absolutely.
As a technology solution provider (TSP), chances are you have a desire to take your business to the next level. The TSPs that are successful in this endeavor have a key ingredient in common: they are armed with the right tools for growth. The most critical tool for success in this business is a powerful…
Making smart business decisions and reaching your business goals faster requires a detailed look at what goes on in your business.
As a former MSP myself, I know what it’s like to try to make sense of pricing. I quickly learned that the right price was more about perceived value than competing with the market. So many new technology solution providers (TSP) just throw a price out there to see if it sticks. That’s dangerous, and…
Patching is vital to securing systems from known vulnerabilities, but it’s also a risk that can bring down those systems if you deploy a bad patch. In order to maintain the proper risk balance you should focus on patches that close vulnerabilities.
You wouldn’t want a client’s server to go down and you not know about it. That downtime is killing their profit and could also potentially kill your relationship with their business. Remote monitoring prevents that nightmare from happening.