MSP Corner

Is the Public Cloud Secure?

For as many years as the public cloud has been around, so has been the debate over whether or not it’s secure. When AWS launched in 2006 and Azure shortly thereafter in 2008, the public cloud was considered uncharted territory. IT professionals didn’t know whether to trust it or be weary. This was much like[…] Read

Published by Otto Aulicino, WatServ

Managed IT Services: Is It Time For A Secure Alternative?

Managed IT Services: Is It Time For A More Automated, Secure Alternative? Technology has made businesses more competitive than before. This is because businesses have moved to a digital realm where they can connect to customers, place and respond to orders, and even communicate with stakeholders from one place. While the benefits of technology are[…] Read

Published by Carla Kaine, Kaine Mathrick Tech (KMT)

Top 5 Microsoft Conferences for 2022

In the past two years, most Microsoft centric events were cancelled or moved online due to Covid. While online events helped events stay relevant and was an efficient option for some, we believe in-person events have clear advantages, as they provide a better networking experience, hands-on testing of new technologies and most importantly, face to[…] Read

Published by Jordi Vilanova, Cloudtango

Microsoft 365 Licensing

Navigating the multiple licensing options within Microsoft 365 is becoming more complex as the platform continues to evolve. In recent years, Microsoft 365 has been adding new features and apps at an incredible pace while continuously updating the licensing options available. When facing doubts or the need to compare, there is a very useful site[…] Read

Published by Jordi Vilanova, Cloudtango

Powershell script: Redirects Office 365 mailboxes

PowerShell script to list all forwards and redirects from all Office 365 mailboxes. Kieran Walsh created this highly recommendable PowerShell script to check if a customer’s Office 365 was compromised and sent emails to external accounts.

Published by Jordi Vilanova, Cloudtango

The 3 different types of MSPs

A managed service provider, also known by its MSP acronym, offers to be the IT department for multiple companies at once, working remotely, and for a fixed monthly cost. Pricing options offered by MSPs are usually based on the number of employees they will be supporting in each company; this approach allows small and medium-sized businesses to reduce[…] Read

Published by Jordi Vilanova, Cloudtango

Log4j: Vulnerability Diagram

Great diagram of the vulnerability and how to prevent it on each of the stages. Full article here.

Published by Jordi Vilanova, Cloudtango

Main MSP Services for 2022

Companies have traditionally relied on internal departments to manage their IT needs. Typically, any average IT department will be staffed with IT administrators, technical support and system engineers that will take care of anything to do with IT. However, small and medium-sized businesses may not have the resources to employ a dedicated IT team, sometimes[…] Read

Published by Jordi Vilanova, Cloudtango

Top 5 Most Offered Services by MSPs

Predicting the future is tricky. You only need to look at Covid, who saw that coming, right? So, in this article instead of guessing the future, we decided to go the easy way and look back into what has happened in 2021 so far. By digging some solid data that can help understand which of[…] Read

Published by Jordi Vilanova, Cloudtango

Microsoft Threat Protection Products Renamed

We are yet to see the paint dry from the last product renaming round, yet here comes Microsoft’s threat protection suite with a new batch of names for us to digest. Old Azure Sentinel is now called Microsoft Sentinel, following the same trend seen with Office 365 and a bunch of other products. If you[…] Read

Published by Jordi Vilanova, Cloudtango