Why MSPs Should Have a Monthly Newsletter and Tips for Getting Started

Hundreds of emails every day – don’t worry, you’re not alone.

Email is still the primary form of communication for businesses. Unfortunately, there is an increasing amount flooding people’s inboxes. How can MSPs get through the noise and stay top of mind with clients? Proper subject lines and well-written emails are best practices, . . . → Continue reading Why MSPs Should Have a Monthly Newsletter and Tips for Getting Started

Team Shares: Collaborate Anytime, Anywhere

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Making collaboration seamless between users is priority number one for an enterprise file sync and share solution. One of the features that has helped eFolder Anchor become a fan-favorite among users is the ability to create Team Shares.

Team Shares are exactly what you might expect them to be: A . . . → Continue reading Team Shares: Collaborate Anytime, Anywhere

Everything You Need to Know About Anchor’s File Locking Feature

Though it may lack a certain “sex appeal” compared to other features of eFolder’s business-class file sync service, file locking is an important aspect of Anchor. File locking facilitates collaboration by allowing multiple users to easily work on a single file without one user having to worry about overwriting another user’s changes. Here’s . . . → Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Anchor’s File Locking Feature

Behind the Tweets – Three Ways to Grow Your Business with Twitter

Does Twitter actually have the power to help grow my business or is it a complete waste of valuable time? What is the value of a “tweet” anyway? These are all common questions and concerns that come to the forefront for business owners who are debating about which social channels to invest in. . . . → Continue reading Behind the Tweets – Three Ways to Grow Your Business with Twitter

3 Reasons to Use Data.com

When I first started organizing MSP networking events, I had to get creative to drive registration. I utilized a database tool called Jigsaw to access new MSP contacts in various geographic areas, who I then invited to my events via cold calling and email. A couple months later, Salesforce acquired Jigsaw and has . . . → Continue reading 3 Reasons to Use Data.com

ICYMI: The Week in Review, July 26

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Here’s what you missed from the blog this week. It’s Sunday morning. Sit back, relax, and catch up.

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The Evolution of the Threatscape

I just returned from a week of business travel with Ryan Cutler, MSP Account Executive at OpenDNS. eFolder and OpenDNS representatives frequently hit the road together for our joint lunch and learn series, Security and File Sync Briefing with OpenDNS and eFolder. The presentation, hosted at local steakhouses, covers how partners can improve . . . → Continue reading The Evolution of the Threatscape

3 Things You can Expect to Gain at an eFolder Lunch and Learn Event

While we’re known to many as, “the steak lunch company”, and though we have eaten our fair share of steak over the past couple of years, we have built a solid brand presence resulting in a quality list of leads through our Lunch and Learn initiative. Are you looking to increase your eFolder . . . → Continue reading 3 Things You can Expect to Gain at an eFolder Lunch and Learn Event

Why Vertical Markets are the Key to Survival for the Modern Day MSP

Vertical markets are one of the most important and influential aspects of the IT channel. Companies from all verticals rely on top-of-the-line technological services to be successful. Whether your prospects work in finance, healthcare, education, or legal, there are always new business opportunities arising for MSPs and service providers in the channel.

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How to Calculate and Communicate the Cost of Downtime

Unfortunately, many SMB clients don’t realize that a critical server outage can cost their business thousands of dollars until it’s too late. Interrupted or limited access to a line of business application, Exchange, or SQL server, can ruin productivity. A May 2013 study by the Aberdeen Group calculated that the average small business . . . → Continue reading How to Calculate and Communicate the Cost of Downtime