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CloudBerry Attends the ASCII Success Summit in Orange Country

CloudBerry Attends the ASCII Success Summit in Orange Country

This week, David Gugick and Doug Hazelman are representing CloudBerry Lab at ASCII event.

On February 20-21, IT service providers and dozens of vendors gathered at ASCII Success Summit in Orange Country to discuss the main MSP industry news and trends, investigate new recurring revenue opportunities, explore new partnerships and meet vendors. Continue reading

How You Can Use AWS Free Tier: SQS, SNS, SES

How You Can Use AWS Free Tier: SQS, SNS, SES

This is the third in a three-part series covering the Amazon Web Services (AWS) free tier. In our previous articles, we reviewed the free tier for the AWS compute and database offerings. In this article, you will learn about the messaging options provided by AWS. We will cover Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS), Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS), and Amazon Simple Email Service (SES). Continue reading

Amazon S3 vs Microsoft Azure Transfer Pricing Comparison

Amazon S3 vs Microsoft Azure Transfer Pricing Comparison

Bandwidth and data transfer pricing can have a significant cost on your cloud-computing bill. And unlike the basic pricing of cloud-computing instances, data transfer costs on clouds like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure can be difficult to compare, because each cloud provider uses a somewhat different model for data transfer pricing. Continue reading

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A Complete Guide for Backup and Disaster Recovery on AWS

A Complete Guide for Backup and Disaster Recovery on AWS

The ideal backup strategy hinges on planning. Files should be maintained more often, without relying only on full system images, and configurations should be maintained more frequently as part of cloud recovery—because every minute of downtime means money lost. Continue reading

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MSP Voice Episode 36 – “Texas 2 Step” With Reese Ormand

MSP Voice Episode 36 – “Texas 2 Step” With Reese Ormand

Based just outside of the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, Techvera was actually started by Reese’s dad as a break/fix consumer repair shop. Getting involved in the business in his teens, Reese went off to college and came back to take over the business and transition to MSP instead of break/fix. They now offer a standard stack to their customers. Reese offers some great tips and insights into their transition from break/fix to MSP. Continue reading

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MSP Voice Episode 34 – “MSP Franchise” with Rick Porter

MSP Voice Episode 34 – “MSP Franchise” with Rick Porter

Rick has been an entrepreneur all his life, starting a DJ business when he was just 16. He found motivation in the US military and then worked for a technology company for a few years before founding Cinch I.T. in 2004. Cinch started off as break/fix but transitioned to MSP soon after. Cinch has been growing ever since and has won numerous awards. Rick is now taking that success and looking to grow by offering franchise opportunities across the country. Continue reading

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