The trio of Robert Kyslinger, Scott Spatz, and Dave Shaffer led a terrific, insightful panel called “How to Market and Build Your Business-Grade File Sync Solution” at IT Nation last week. The focus was on building the brand of MSPs by doing more than just re-selling a file sync product to their clients, and how to compete with the big names like Dropbox in their market. . . . → Continue reading Top 5 Takeaways from the eFolder Partner Panel at IT Nation 2014
Just when you thought you couldn’t pack any more knowledge into your brain, the final day of IT Nation kicked off. In similar fashion to Day 2, there was no shortage of takeaways, but again we’ve managed to narrow our top takeaways to just three. . . . → Continue reading IT Nation 2014: That’s a Wrap
What an inspirational event. Great speakers, empowering sessions, and, of course, awesome attendees. IT Nation is everything it’s cracked up to be and more, and eFolder couldn’t be happier to be a part of it this year. While there are an infinite amount of cool aspects of IT Nation to write about, we managed to distill it to three key takeaways. . . . → Continue reading What We Learned at ITN 2014: Day Two
eFolder is in Orlando this week for the biggest channel conference of the year, IT Nation. Last night was the opening reception and it did not disappoint. The Solutions Pavilion was full of excited first-time attendees, conference veterans reconnecting with old friends, and tons of great food, drink, and conversation being made. . . . → Continue reading IT Nation 2014: Day One in the Books
SaaS data is not safe without backup. Share this infographic with your colleagues and let them know about the biggest threats to their SaaS data. . . . → Continue reading The Top 5 Ways SaaS Data is Lost
There’s a security weakness in version 3 of the SSL protocol, known as the POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) vulnerability. While not seen as serious as the Heartbleed and Shellshock bugs made famous earlier this year, a hacker could unleash a POODLE attack to steal browser cookies and potentially take control of your email, banking, or social networking accounts. . . . → Continue reading POODLE: All Bark, or Does it Bite?
It took less than a week after the iPhone 6 launch for a security researcher to hack Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor. On the bright side, Marc Rogers of Lookout, the man behind the hasty hack noted that the process is so complicated that most hackers wouldn’t bother going through with it. . . . → Continue reading Is Touch Technology Making Data Safer?
It’s true – if anything unfortunate is to happen to the data you hold dearly, it’s going to be your (or another user’s) fault 3 out of 4 times. Despite your best intentions and unless you’re using an enterprise-level cloud solution, eventually anything that gets tossed in the garbage will disappear from the Internet. . . . → Continue reading You’re the Biggest Threat to Your Data Integrity
At Dreamforce this year, Marcus Nyman, President of Cloudfinder gave a presentation on backing up and protecting your Salesforce data. If you weren’t able to catch his talk or just want a helpful refresher, look no further – here are the 5 Essential Best Practices for Backing Up and Protecting Your Salesforce Data. . . . → Continue reading 5 Essential Best Practices for Backing Up & Protecting Your Salesforce Data
In a move countering Google’s recent “Google For Work” unveiling, Microsoft is pushing SMBs to use its cloud-based Office 365 suite of tools with the announcement of three plans that directly compete with the search giant’s offering. The three plans are all focused on the needs of SMBs, but do vary in features depending on what is most important to the individual company. . . . → Continue reading Office 365 Rolls Out Three New Plans