Managing one server can be complicated enough, but what if you have multiple platforms to protect? Multi-server platforms are more common as we transition to an environment of highly distributed, cloud-based platforms. As we move further, multi-tenancy is becoming the new black when it comes to digital ecosystems. Continue reading
According to the 2019 Cost of Cybercrime Study report by Accenture & Ponemon, the world economy is at risk of losing $US5.2 trillion globally over the next five years to cyber attacks. To avoid becoming a statistic in today’s dangerous cybersecurity landscape, more and more businesses are seeking ways to improve their security posture. Continue reading
Because Managed Service Providers typically hold sensitive data for a large number of clients, they are becoming a major target for cyberattacks. Instead of an attack targeted at a single company, if a hacker manages to compromise the systems of an MSP, they can potentially gain access to data and systems held and managed on behalf of a large number of third-party companies. Continue reading
At MSP360 we know that there are never too many marketing templates, especially when it comes to selling backup. Therefore, we have prepared one more set of assets for selling Backup-as-a-Service. Download them for free, put your company logo and contact info in, and use to explain your prospects how good your backup service is and what business problems it solves. Continue reading
So you’re an MSP, and you want to add Security-as-a-Service, or SECaaS, to your offerings. Or, maybe you’re starting a new managed services business and want to focus on security from the start — which would make you a managed security services provider or MSSP. Continue reading
In the past, businesses almost always hired an in-house IT professional to maintain their networks. These professionals had to be on location to resolve any issues when they arose. When the IT professional was unavailable, businesses were forced to deal with lengthy downtimes waiting for help. Continue reading
Running a sales operation may not be the most exciting part of your work as an MSP. But the fact is that, for an MSP business to be successful it needs an effective sales plan, sales team, and strategy for tracking sales performance.
Keep reading for tips on how to implement each of these things for your MSP business, along with links to further reading with additional details on each topic.
Andrew started off with a degree in finance in 2009. Unfortunately, because of the recession, he had to switch gears and focus on IT instead of finance. He found a position at a company doing break-fix remotely and then was approached by some friends about starting their own IT company. Continue reading
This week I welcome Thomas O’Brien with IDEOLITY to the show. Thomas is in the Kansas City area and has been in business since 1988. While it took Thomas and his partners about 3 years to settle on IT services, they have been going strong ever since. In 2008 they changed the name of the company to IDEOLITY to better reflect what they do and it’s also much shorter than the previous name. Continue reading
As cybercriminals target MSPs more often it’s critical to be totally prepared and know what to do (or what not) when a ransomware attack happens. Typically, the only answer to a ransomware attack was a solid backup (assuming it was done properly) or to pay the ransom. There are other options to get your data back. Continue reading
When backing up a file that is being written, it is impossible to guarantee integrity of a backup copy of that file. This is typical for backing up documents that are actively being edited, etc. To handle these scenarios, Microsoft Windows uses the Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) technology that lets users make backup copies of files or volumes, even when they are in use.
Q1: Can I back up only changed files?
A: Yes, we support incremental backup by default, i.e. only new and modified files will be uploaded after the initial backup.
You can also use Block level backup for files that consist of blocks (e.g. Outlook pst-files). Continue reading
A: We have been running a free license program for 3 years without much success. Now Individual related to non-profit and education are eligible for a 30% discount which is still substantial. Fill in the form to request a discount.
In very special cases, like a student from a developing country asking for a license, we can still consider granting it for free.
In addition a non-profit organization has to contact us directly, we don't grant licenses to individuals and companies serving non-profits. Although we can discuss certain discounts.
A: CloudBerry Backup is one time fee product. For example, Desktop Edition costs $49.99 (US) and Windows Server Edition license is $119.99. You can find all the licenses under this link.
You also have to pay cloud storage and transfer fees separately. Check out our Backup Cost Calculator to estimate your costs.
A: 1TB or 5TB limit means that you can at any time have at most 1TB or 5TB of data on the cloud account managed by CloudBerry Backup. E.g. you can upload 800 GB, then another 200GB, then delete 300GB but you can't exceed the limit. Consider this way we are making our product affordable for users with lower storage requirements.
If you want to back up more data you will need CloudBerry Backup Ultimate.
A: You can upgrade by paying the difference. We have an upgrade self service that will allow you to get an upgrade link https://www.cloudberrylab.com/upgrade-license-release.aspx
Make sure to release the license in the Help menu before applying for the upgrade coupon.