Making a few changes to your BDR sales approach can make a huge difference in your results.
Before the pandemic, companies predicted what they’d need to keep operations moving during a long-term disruption. Now they know.
Your clients know first-hand the devastating impact of prolonged disruption. Business continuity solutions are what they need.
Businesses need more than technology or a binder filled with checklists to turn to in the event of a disaster—they need a trusted advisor to guide them.
Looking to add BDR (backup and disaster recovery) services to your list of recurring revenue offerings, but not sure where to start? Tim Brown, VP of Security at SolarWinds MSP, has some timely advice...
As 2020 winds down with an overactive hurricane season, it’s more crucial than ever to ensure your clients’ businesses and data are protected from disaster.
COVID-19 reminds everyone of the importance of being prepared for the unexpected.
Prepare your clients for virtually any emergency.
It will never be easier to convince your clients they need a business continuity plan than in the wake of 2020’s coronavirus and natural disasters.
Here are a few quick tips to strengthen your overall IT stance and reassure stakeholders of your ability to recover from ransomware using Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).
Too often, solution providers sell backups as disaster recovery, or worse yet, business continuity.
Although every business needs a business continuity plan, highly regulated industries are especially attractive options.
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