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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.

MSP Summit Highlights Growth Potential for Channel Partners

Cyber breaches are everywhere, people are working from anywhere, and data creation is exploding. As a result, businesses want solutions that make data collaboration and governance easier and more secure, and MSPs are at the forefront of this market opportunity. Those opportunities were on full display last week as more than 250 managed service providers, technologists, and Egnyte leaders met virtually—and in-person in London—for Egnyte’s annual MSP Summit.

Webinar: Elevating Your MSP Security Practice with a Unified Security Platform - 28 Apr 2022

You’re tired of struggling with disjointed security information, incomplete integrations, and too much time and energy spent with multiple security vendors. These aren’t minor headaches of a managed services business, they ultimately drain efficiency and profits, and many are considering vendor consolidation as the answer.

Cybersecurity Insights - Hybrid Work Models, MSPs Can Transform Your Business

According to a Canalys report, 134 million workers worldwide will either be working remotely or in a flexible work model. That’s 154% higher compared to remote work before COVID-19. When it comes to technology and businesses, there are a lot of trends to suggest how organizations should navigate the hybrid work model. But in the search for efficiency and scalability, what is the best way to keep up?

Why use a managed services provider for your SASE implementation

Recently the architecture model known as Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) has been gaining momentum. Not surprising, when the model provides benefits - including reduced complexity of management, improved network performance and resiliency, security policy implemented consistently across office and remote users and lower operational expense. In fact, according to a recent ESG survey, 70% of businesses are using or considering a SASE solution.

MSP challenges in Threat Hunting

Implementing robust security defense strategies helps mitigate the risk of cyberthreats in the early stages of an attack. Threat hunting is a key part of this strategy, enabling it to block unknown threats that slip through security controls and lurk in their organizations’ networks. However, effective threat hunting takes time and resources that many organizations simply do not have in-house.

Why MSPs Should not Apply MFA Solutions Blindly

Microsoft engineers shared that 99.9% of compromised accounts forgot to turn on MFA. Despite so many warnings and proof of the efficacy of MFA, an M365 security report by Coreview reveals that 78% of M365 administrators do not have MFA activated. Isn't that crazy? It's not always perfect (phishing, social engineering and password brute-force attacks, device theft etc.); nevertheless, it is clearly better than not having it. However, if not implemented with care, it can create headaches for MSPs.

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How MSPs can benefit from AIOps adoption/strategy and add value-added services

According to Gartner, enterprise usage of AIOps is set to surge from a mere 5% in 2018 to a whopping 30% in 2023. To survive in an increasingly competitive market, MSPs must not only respond well to customer expectations but anticipate them. Another Gartner report states that by 2025, over 80% of public cloud managed and professional services deals will require both hybrid and multi-cloud capabilities from the provider, up from below 50% in 2020.