While Cloud Storage has the potential to drive success for SMBs everywhere, it also puts them at risk for data loss. As companies move all their data, documents, contracts, and receipts to the cloud, it’s important that they consider a cloud backup service to ensure that an accidental stroke of the ‘Delete’ key doesn’t sink their business. . . . → Continue reading What Google For Work Means For Your Cloud Security
As an MSP, you should always be looking for new, better ways to improve your profits and secure more clients, right? Even if business is consistently doing well, the entrepreneur in every business owner knows that there must be opportunities out there that they haven’t realized and capitalized on yet. And if sales are stagnant or slipping, it’s definitely time to take a look at how to get out of reverse and back into drive. . . . → Continue reading Learn to Market your MSP from the Best
Marketing your MSP isn’t easy, and there’s no such thing as a magic bullet to success. There are, however, ways to stick out among your competitors in a crowded market, but it does require some hustle. . . . → Continue reading The Four Keys to Mastering MSP Marketing
“It just works” is a common mantra companies that create cloud storage solutions use to describe their products. Yet data breaches and mishaps resulting from inadequate or non-existing backup strategies have continued to plague companies who have migrated more of their data to the cloud. The temptation to use cloud services is obvious — “Store, sync, and share files with ease,” proclaims Google — but your clients’ data may not be as safe as they think it is without a robust backup solution for the cloud. What risks does the lack of a cloud backup system pose to your clients? And how can you and your clients benefit from backing up data stored in Office 365, Google Apps, Salesforce, and Box? . . . → Continue reading Why Backup the Cloud?
We’re excited to announce the launch of a new service today, Cloudfinder for Box – the first dedicated cloud-to-cloud backup, search and restore service for Box. Cloudfinder for Box will allow both enterprises and IT channel partners to backup, restore, and instantly search data on Box. Today, eFolder Cloudfinder continues to be the most comprehensive cloud-to-cloud backup platform on the market, supporting Office 365, Google Apps, Salesforce, and now Box. . . . → Continue reading Announcing Cloudfinder for Box
This past month, we interviewed ten of our most successful partners to discover how they have increased client adoption and utilization of their file sync offering. From these interviews, we revealed four common strategies that they use to sell Anchor.
Strategy #1: Empower the end-user
Too often, partners narrowly focus on addressing the . . . → Continue reading How are successful partners selling Anchor?
eFolder is pleased to announce the release of its native Windows Phone 8 mobile app for Anchor. This new mobile app matches the functionality of Anchor’s Android and iOS applications but has been adapted to the Windows Phone user experience.
With the release of this app, it is now possible to access and share files stored in the eFolder cloud . . . → Continue reading eFolder Introduces Windows 8 Phone App for Anchor
Our friend and consultant, Mike Semel, recently introduced us to the “HIPAA Wall of Shame”: an HHS.gov database of breaches affecting 500 or more individuals. From the site:
“As required by section 13402(e)(4) of the HITECH Act, the Secretary must post a list of breaches of unsecured protected health information affecting 500 or . . . → Continue reading Ouch! The HIPAA Wall of Shame
Today, we announced the partnership between eFolder and Acronis. You can read the full press release here:
eFolder Partners with Acronis; Announces General Availability of eFolder BDR for Acronis
What’s in it for you?
eFolder BDR for Acronis is an end-to-end disaster recovery solution that pairs the most advanced backup software offered by . . . → Continue reading eFolder BDR for Acronis: What’s in it for you?
The online community was recently taken by surprise at the announcement of an OpenSSL vulnerability, now popularly referred to as Heartbleed. This was a major blow to secure online communications, since approximately two thirds of companies on the internet use OpenSSL. You can learn more about the exploit by . . . → Continue reading OpenSSL Heartbleed Update from eFolder