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Introducing Keeper MSP Upgraded Billing Platform

Keeper has updated our MSP platform and licensing to be much more flexible. This allows managed service providers and their managed companies to allocate Keeper licenses to their users and pay for those licenses at the end of the month. While other MSP solutions in the market bill upfront before licenses are allocated to users, Keeper’s new billing model is designed to scale with your MSP business as you add individual managed companies and users.

Announcing Major Upgrades to KeeperMSP

Keeper is pleased to announce significant new upgrades to the KeeperMSP Platform that offer robust security and compliance solutions through an expanded portfolio of Keeper zero-trust security capabilities. These market-leading features will help Managed Service Provider (MSP) partners oversee security and compliance for their customer base in an increasingly challenging threat landscape. These platform enhancements include the following powerful add-on features and products.


The risks of coworking and how MSPs can help eliminate them

A coworking space, or communal workspace, enables professionals from different companies and industries to share the same office environment. These spaces first became popular among freelance workers, then became the preferred workplace for start-ups, but now, since the hybrid work model has become part of everyday life, companies planning to downsize or close offices see these places as their new workspace.


Is It Really That Easy for MSPs to Consolidate to One Security Vendor?

Gartner predicted that in three years, “80% of enterprises will have adopted a strategy to unify web, cloud services and private application access from a single vendor’s security service edge (SSE) platform.” It seems like it wasn’t too long ago that the security industry was recommending multiple vendors to safeguard your business. Now the pendulum swings the other way. Fortunately, it’s a healthy sign for the cybersecurity industry.


SharePoint Online Security Best Practice Guide for MSPs

Despite the tight security services provided by Microsoft, we know how frequently SMEs' Office 365 is breached, either intentionally by hackers or inadvertently by carelessness. In such a scenario, it makes us wonder, can we fully trust Microsoft to protect us from mal actors in 2022?? The simple answer is yes. The complicated answer is: Microsoft is as secure as WE configure it. Does that make you uneasy?


Why MSPs need to Reconsider SIEM for Office 365 Security

In 2005, a new market emerged when Gartner coined the term "SIEM" OR Security and Information Event Management. Back then, it was a legacy system aggregating event data produced by security devices, systems, network infrastructures and applications. However, it lacked monitoring functionality and was limited to vertical scalability.


7 Key Features That MSPs Need from a Cybersecurity Vendor

Customer trust is the biggest success indicator for MSPs. And yet, it’s only achieved with the right vendor partnerships. MSPs and MSSPs need to choose cybersecurity vendors with tailored and strategic portfolios that can cater to the emerging needs of each customer. Therefore, MSPs need a cybersecurity vendor that both understands this approach and delivers it to offer the greatest possible value. When vetting a cybersecurity vendor, MSPs should look for the following seven features.


How do MSPs Future-Proof Their Profitability?

According to our Pulse poll, over 50% of MSPs will use vendor consolidation as their strategy to improve profitability. Future profitability. That’s on the mind of all technology leaders, right? But which tactics are best to pursue? Earlier this year we sent a poll asking how MSPs plan to increase their profitability in 2022. Over one hundred responded.


How MSPs can overcome zero-trust barriers

Zero-trust cybersecurity strategies stimulate digital transformation of businesses. As this approach reduces threat risks appreciably, companies have more incentives to make changes to their systems or invest in new technologies. 59% of organizations take this view, according to the Watchguard Pulse Maturity of Zero-Trust in 2022 survey conducted with IT leaders from businesses across the world.