Keen to introduce user-focused security to your customers but unsure of where to start?
Lacking the time to invest in fancy sales and marketing campaigns?
Unsure if there’s really any money to be made with this type of solution?
You're not alone!
We answer all of those questions and more...
DEADLINE NOW EXTENDED UNTIL 28TH FEBRUARY 2022! How would you like to rock up to the office to find a bunch of your customers wanting to give you money?
That's exactly what happened to one MSP when he sent a single email about usecure to his customers in December.
The idea was simple, a free 14-day Christmas cyber health check – but the results were incredible.
We were blown away by the response and because it’s so easy to replicate, we’ve turned it into something you don't see often in the MSP space – a Christmas sales incentive! 😊
As an MSP you should always be on the lookout for those services that can help you generate that all-important recurring revenue.
Not only that but ideally services that don't require lots of your precious billable hours to manage and support.
Finally, you shouldn't need to be Jordan Belfort to make sales - let’s be honest, for most MSPs that isn’t the favourite part of the job!
Cloud-based email archiving is one such service that ticks all those boxes, which is why we’re really thrilled to announce we’re now able to offer and support MailStore Service Provider Edition (SPE) as part of our MSP portfolio.
As of today, you can provision, manage and monitor your licence usage, right from within our partner portal AND you can enjoy our top-notch pre and post-sales support.
Standalone? Bundled? Tiered?
Knowing which approach to take to packaging and pricing services is always one of those ongoing topics for Managed Service Providers.
That’s no different in the case of Human Risk Management platform usecure, so in this post, we share what other MSPs do and how they approach this little conundrum!
Great news on the way if you own a MailStore Server licence you've let expire...
Starting today, and through to Midnight on the 15th December, we're offering a 50% discount on the renewal of any expired MailStore Server licence key!
Perhaps a licence has expired as a result of difficult times financially?
Maybe it's simply been forgotten about during a rush to make the move to a work-from-home setup?
This is an opportunity not to be missed to get a major saving on bringing an existing licence back up to date and continuing to benefit from the security, productivity and efficiency gains MailStore has to offer.
Throughout their 25 year history, MDaemon Technologies has been a leader in the field of email security.
With the latest new version 21.5 of their Exchange alternative, MDaemon Mail Server, they deploy more new features and technologies to further strengthen their comprehensive security toolkit.
MDaemon 21.5 offers better protection for end-users against hackers with the addition of support for application passwords.
For Administrators, there are several new security-focused features including the ability to block potentially dangerous email attachments, the addition of a password strength meter, and a new report highlighting blocked connections.
The world of online data storage, and specifically email archiving, has changed immensely in the last few years.
When Exchange Online was announced on June 3rd, 2015, it promised a “truly bottomless archive”. So long as the necessary licenses were in place, Office 365 E3, Exchange Online, or Exchange Online Plan 2, mailboxes would never run out of storage.
At least, that was the initial pitch.
Unfortunately, the phrase “truly bottomless archive” hasn’t totally held up.On November 1st, 2021, Microsoft has announced they'll begin enforcing a cap on their unlimited archiving to 1.5 TB.
In a perfect world, all of your MSP customers would have bottomless pockets.
You'd merrily go about ensuring they're using the latest and greatest tech, and they'd never query an invoice.
Unfortunately, that's not the norm and it's likely you're managing backups for at least one customer with hardware that's past its best before date.
In some cases it can be more cost-effective to continue using older operating systems - but this doesn’t mean it's without any cost at all.