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Why RMM integrations are important for MSPs

IT environments have become increasingly complex in recent years. This can be attributed to factors such as distributed work environments applying hybrid work models, the increase in the number of devices, and the growing number of systems to be managed. This complexity makes it increasingly difficult to provide a good service to your customers effectively.


Shared iPads at work: How MDM helps you get the most out of them

Many organizations allow their corporate devices to be shared by different employees, or hand them out to teams or departments on a rotating basis. Healthcare providers, logistics companies, retailers, and schools often deploy mobile devices that are shared to ease the device management process, cut down on inventory costs, solve issues arising from workspace changes, and efficiently manage contract employees and students.

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An overview of the MSP industry in terms of IT management and security

A recent survey of IT professionals found that 59% of organizations have adopted managed service provider (MSP) services to oversee and monitor their network infrastructure. A quick glance at the MSP sector prompts the basic question: why do organizations outsource their IT control to service providers? The reasons include trimming costs associated with IT network maintenance and receiving better IT support for network issues when they arise. This corresponds to the definition of managed services; the MSP assumes an ongoing responsibility for 24-hour monitoring, managing, and problem resolution for the IT systems within a business.

How a mobile device management solution can help with securing devices in the digital workspace

The past decade has witnessed many organizations adapting to a digital workspace, replacing the traditional physical offices setups with virtual workplaces encompassing all the technologies that employees require to get their work done. Because of the pandemic, even companies that were once against the concept of a distributed workforce have now been forced to embrace remote work. Though a digital workspace offers a more flexible user experience for employees, it comes with its own set of challenges.