D&H Canada confirms that its 60-day financing terms, available through financing partner DLL and previously extended on a quarterly basis, will be available through the end of 2021, and the distributor expects the program to grow.
Mark Ballegeer of Barracuda MSP walks us through email account takeovers — what are they, why are they so hard to detect, and how can MSPs help keep their customers protected, in this edition of the podcast.
A year after Cisco began its renewed push on meeting SMB’s technology needs, how have those needs changed? We talk to Cisco’s Erin Hipp and Shamus McDonough about how small businesses have stayed resilient during the pandemic on this edition of the podcast.
Partners — particularly smaller dealers — are “crushing” the transition from A3 to A4 as print becomes more distributed, a change Epson Americas executives suggest is going to live on long past the end of the COVID-19 crisis.
For the first time, the distributor is bringing together solution providers from around the world for its ONE Experience, albeit virtually. Here’s how it intends to make its case to a larger-than-ever audience.
ESET’s Tony Anscombe discusses the importance of a month devoted to building awareness of security challenges, and how solution providers can help their customers raise their security IQs, in this edition of the podcast.
Cisco and its partners are no strangers to market transitions — but CEO Chuck Robbins said that while technology transitions have been common, the current business model transition is more fundamentally transformative.
On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Gavin Garbutt and Derik Belair about their new venture, Augmentt, a set of tools that aim to help MSPs, discover, optimize, and manage their customer’s cloud and SaaS subscriptions.
Email-based attacks have been around for more than 30 years, but are still at the forefront of most security breaches. Barracuda MSP’s Mark Ballegeer talks about the evolution of email attacks, and what MSPs can do about it, in this edition of the podcast.
Epson product manager Kaila Murphy discusses how printing demand has changed in a work-from-home world and surfaces some new and unexpected print opportunities for partners in this edition of the podcast.