"MSP Friendly, Intuitive, Powerful" — ArcLight Group Case Study
August 18, 2022
ArcLight Group is a longstanding MSP primarily working with healthcare clients, rural hospitals and private practices. Many of which put a very high value on security and fast response rates. They support approximately 1,300 Windows based devices across their client base.
Why MSPs are Choosing DNSFilter
June 10, 2022
MSPs are switching to DNSFilter for a few reasons: Trust, Unbeatable Support, and Ease of Use. With OpenDNS nearing end-of-life, take advantage of our new MSP Lifesaver program to get DNSFilter products completely free through September 30, 2022.
Archway: MSP Summit Partner of the Quarter Protects Insurance Agencies
July 8, 2021
Archway Computer specializes in insurance agencies, working with customers across the United States. They were founded in 2011 and have had one goal from the very beginning: to help insurance agencies get the most out of their computer hardware and software...
Protecting Students In Any Classroom Environment: anykey case study
December 8, 2020
Switzerland-based managed services company, anykey, has a customer base made up of 80% education clients. These schools have a variety of funding, depending on if they’re in smaller villages or major metro areas. They act as their customers’ IT administrators, handling Wi-Fi, security, training, and so much more.
“Stupid Easy” DNS Protection for MSPs: 5th Gear Technology Concepts Case Study
December 7, 2020
Glenn Porter is the president of 5th Gear Technology Concepts, a Managed Service Provider in Nashville, TN. When it comes to security, Glenn and 5th Gear are always looking to provide more value to their customers by adding extra layers of protection. They sought to mitigate risk and close cybersecurity gaps that are usually left when companies equip the bare minimum just to get by.
Being the expert: Tips for guiding your clients through the cybersecurity journey
July 30, 2020
On The Cybercall on July 20, a question was raised: How much should MSPs be communicating with their customers? How much is too much? And when you do reach out, how do you explain the value of what you’re telling them without making them hear complete static? This question around MSP communication isn’t new by […]
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