A Deep Dive into the Cybersecurity Trends to Watch in 2020

Last year, Panorays made its new years resolution to watch out for attacks leveraging third-party systems, predicting that this would be a growing concern for organizations throughout 2019.   Here at Atera, we’ve followed this issue throughout 2019, and we agree that it’s one of the biggest challenges of digital transformation and connectivity more widely….

Jack of all trades: How to Be a Super Successful MSP – Part 3

Part 3: How to Leverage your Time and Genius to Succeed   We’ve been getting some great feedback from our Jack of all Trades series, outlining how you can become a super successful MSP with three key stages. First up, we talked about creating content that attracts rather than sells. The next instalment in the…

Like a Failure as an MSP? Don’t Worry, You’re in Good Company!

According to the authors of a recent study into the mechanics of failure and success, “every winner starts out a failure.”   There is no such thing as an overnight success, and even businesses who appear to have a meteoric rise to the top have hurdles, setbacks and tribulations to grapple with behind the scenes…

Jack of All Trades: How to Be a Super Successful MSP – Part 2

Part 2: Client Enrolment, AKA How to Package & Price Your Service   Let’s keep the ball rolling on our Jack of all Trades series with the next instalment of how to become a super successful MSP. You’ve already learned how to create awesome content that attracts rather than sells to your potential customers. You…

Signs It’s Time to End a Client Relationship & Tips to Do It Politely

Navigating professional relationships within the workplace can be difficult, especially when it comes to working with complicated clients. It may not be ideal to terminate a client-company relationship, however, it might be necessary. Knowing what signs to look for within the relationship can help to determine whether or not they’re worth keeping as a client….

Bring Your Own Device Policy: What Is It, and Do You Need to Adopt One?

“Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) policies allow employees to use their personal devices — such as smartphones, laptops, and tablets — in the workplace or for work purposes. Instead of using company-issued technology, BYOD policies let employees access company data, utilize company applications and programs, and connect to company networks and servers, either in the…