Author: eFolder

25 May eFolder Launches Comprehensive All-Flash and Hybrid-Flash BDR Appliances

eFolder’s Expanded Solution Enables MSPs to Affordably Deliver Complete Business Continuity Solutions to Even the Smallest Businesses Denver, CO – May, 25, 2017 – eFolder, a leading supplier of business continuity solutions for the IT channel, has announced the next generation of their eFolder Replibit BDR appliances, including the new Replibit Nano, a high performance entry-level BDR solution featuring FastFlash™ Storage...

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28 Feb QBRs Aren’t Quarterly? Five Ways to Step Up Your Client Engagement

It is a sad day when an MSP stops calling them "QBRs," because they rarely happen quarterly. But this is a reality for far too many MSPs. The spirit of client engagement is there, but the discipline and follow through to meet regularly is often absent. Too many MSPs fail to meet regularly with their clients. The question is, how do...

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21 Feb LabTech Founder Matt Nachtrab Joins eFolder as Chief Strategy Officer

Denver, CO – eFolder, a leading supplier of business continuity and file sync and collaboration software, today announced the appointment of Matt Nachtrab as Chief Strategy Officer. Nachtrab is a managed services industry pioneer and was the founder of LabTech Software, which was successfully merged into ConnectWise in 2015. Most recently, Nachtrab served as President and Chief Operating Officer of...

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02 Feb What Does “Best-in-Class-Profitability” Look Like?

Recently this blog explored the concept of OML, or “Operational Maturity Level”, a classification system developed by Service Leadership Inc. (SLI) with a set of benchmarks to determine where a business finds itself in a standard growth cycle. One way to answer the question posed in this blog title, is to note that one becomes “best in class” by raising one's OML. This...

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30 Jan Five Key Features of Anchor Collaborative Web Editing

eFolder just introduced Collaborative Web Editing on the Anchor platform. This new functionality takes the secure file sync and share capabilities of Anchor to another level, permitting full blown document collaboration inside the secure platform. Here are some of the key features of Anchor Collaborative Web Editing: 1. Edit in real-time, with multiple co-authors - With the real-time Collaborative Web Editor,...

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26 Jan Five Reasons Collaborative Web Editing is Also a Security Tool

eFolder is about to release Collaborative Web Editing on the Anchor platform. Anchor is a business-grade file sync, share, and collaboration platform designed for MSPs. Anchor delivers anytime, anywhere file access to users, while helping MSPs solve some of the thorniest security and data privacy issues faced in the mobile world today. Anchor Collaborative Web Editing empowers users to create,edit, and even present content on the web in real time. With...

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09 Nov IT Nation Opens and the Replibit Appliances Ship

It was no coincidence. The biggest single gathering of MSPs in North America and the most exciting announcement in eFolder history – they were made for one another. Software can be shown and tried online at a distance but it helps to see the Replibit Mini to really understand why we unabashedly claim that eFolder has changed the BDR game. (If you...

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09 Nov eFolder Begins Shipping Replibit BDR Appliances

Denver, CO – eFolder, a leading supplier of business continuity and file sync services, today announced at IT Nation 2016 that Replibit(TM) BDR appliances are now shipping and generally available. To celebrate the product launch, eFolder is giving away $10,000 worth of free BDR appliances to randomly selected attendees at IT Nation. Every IT Nation participant will receive a Replibit...

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19 Oct The Base, the Chain and the Weak Link

Every image-based backup methodology has to start somewhere so whether a system is chain-based or not it starts by making an initial exact replicate of a server or network at a particular point in time. This is usually called the “base” or “seed image.” Even a small business can easily have enough of a network to make that initial image...

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