Cyber attacks aimed at breaking through network monitoring defenses and raiding Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and mangling the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is nothing new.
These kinds of attacks have been around since the first company website was launched. From stealing data to altering information to shutting down software and hardware, the threats are there and growing more sophisticated every day. Continue reading
Arismonty “Monty” is in the Dominican Republic and has built a business by just focusing on a few core services instead of trying to offer everything. With natural disasters like hurricanes and earthquakes, data protection and continuity services are their main offering. Eridani focuses on building trust with their clients and that is paying off in referrals. Continue reading
This week we have Jorge Prieto out of Texas. Jorge has been in services for 14 years and joined forces with his friend about 3 years ago and business has been great. Like most, Jorge started out with break-fix but now almost all of his clients are on a monthly contract. Continue reading
Attempts to infiltrate malware onto computers systems typically come from one of two sources: email and web sites. The most effective often use both. Phishes are one type of email used to attempt to get users to click on a link that will either get them to install malware or enter user credentials that can be used to infiltrate a real website. Continue reading
Heading out to California to work in the oil and gas industry, Joshua found himself jobless after an explosion in the refinery he was supposed to be working at. While doing odd jobs and temp work, he stumbled onto an opportunity setting up a PC for the temp agency. Working inside appealed to Joshua so he spent the rest of the summer doing PC setups. Continue reading
On April 18, 2019, CloudBerry took part in the SMB TechFest at the Business Expo Center in Anaheim, CA. And we were honored to get the Best Solution Award!
It was great meeting so many managed service providers, expert speakers, vendors at the event. We really enjoyed discussing marketing, sales, technology, business operations, and what you need to grow your business.
George Monroy is based out of San Antonio, TX. His route to becoming an MSP started out as being a temp at a company. When that company let go all of their temps, he was actually “hired” back as a consultant. Starting out as part-time, the opportunity eventually grew to his only client until the company was purchased. He then moved to San Antonio and started up his own IT services business. Continue reading
I met Michael at the Robin Robins Sales and Marketing Bootcamp last month in Nashville and he agreed to be my guest on this week’s podcast. Michael is the National Director of Business Development for Atiba which basically means he has a number of responsibilities, including sales and social media. Continue reading
Amazon S3 is one of the core services offered by AWS. It is rightly marketed as “storage for the internet”. It has a wide variety of use cases, from serving static websites to hosting images, managing data lakes, and much more.
In this post, we will review the ins and outs of S3 Glacier. S3 Glacier is a special storage class of Amazon S3 that provides extremely cheap storage. Continue reading
Scott was working in a school and faced a challenge when the school received 400 laptops…how could he get them all set up? He came up with the idea to pool resources from other schools and the idea behind SBTC was born. Unlike many MSPs, Scott runs SBTC as a non-profit. Continue reading
Tim Taylor started in the IT services business 20 years ago working out of the trunk of his car. After a successful IT career, he decided that he wanted to go it alone and since that time he’s built an MSP that employs 14 people. Along the way he realized that there weren’t any good books for starting an IT business, so he wrote one. Continue reading