“Remote wipe” is a feature included in eFolder’s file sync and share platform, Anchor. The remote wipe feature allows managed service providers (MSPs) or administrators to revoke access and delete synced files and folders from a user’s local machine(s) and mobile devices.
Why perform a remote wipe?
In most cases, remote . . . → Continue reading What is a remote wipe?
This Tuesday, HIPAA compliance expert Mike Semel answered the most pressing compliance questions from MSPs and VARs. Mike described HIPAA, its relevance to partners, and implications of HIPAA compliance. Mike also answered ten frequently asked questions by MSPs and VARs.
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While seeking an alternative to Zenith BDRs, Proactive Networks brought in a mix of vendors to see which BDR appliances best fit their needs. Instead, they dug a hole: 45 legacy BDRs from 4 different BDR vendors.
These legacy BDRs turned into a big problem for Proactive Networks. . . . → Continue reading Getting Clients to Upgrade Legacy BDRs
As we kicked off our Partner Chat and Expert Series calendars this year, we wanted to recap 2013.
Here is our list of the Top 5 Most Popular eFolder Webinars of 2013, based on attendees:
1. Five Ways to Profit from Business-class and Channel-ready Cloud File Sync (SlideShare) (YouTube)
2. Cloud File Sync: eFolder . . . → Continue reading Top 5 Most Popular eFolder Webinars of 2013
On this week’s eFolder Partner Chat, Michael Geoghegan, CTO of Technology Management, Inc., shared how his company used five strategies to ramp up their new Anchor file sync offering to 500 users in less than year.
Learning from Michael’s success, in this week’s blog post, we’ll demonstrate a two-pronged approach any . . . → Continue reading Better Selling in Two Steps
At this point, we have explored three different types of pricing and packaging models: product resale (Part 1/3), standalone managed services (Part 1/3) and bundled managed services (Part 2/3). In Part 3/3 we take the insights from the previous blog posts and issue a recommendation for partners that are evaluating their pricing and . . . → Continue reading Pricing and Packaging Series – Part 3/3 Recommendation
In Part 1/3 of our Pricing and Packaging Series, we briefly surveyed product resale and standalone managed services, including the upsides and downsides of each. In Part 2/3 we explore Bundled Managed Services, and discover why most partners are choosing to operate under this model.
Making Sense of Bundled . . . → Continue reading Pricing and Packaging Series – Part 2/3 Bundled Managed Services
It’s a common question among channel partners: How should I price and package my offerings?
In this blog series, we examine how our partners have priced and packaged our latest product, Anchor Cloud File Sync, exploring some upsides and downsides to each approach and sharing our insights along the way. The . . . → Continue reading Pricing and Packaging Series — Part 1/3 Product Resale and Standalone Managed Services
For years the file server has been the authoritative location of corporate data. But with increasingly mobile businesses and enterprises, accessing files through a virtual private network (VPN) or file transfer protocol (FTP) can seem both inefficient and inconvenient.
“File Server Enablement,” or cloud enabling the file server, is a feature . . . → Continue reading What is “File Server Enablement” (Cloud Enabling the File Server)
Virtual private networks (VPNs) allow distributed employees to access business files using public networks such as the Internet. But since it’s ascension in the mid 90’s VPN technology has barely evolved, while mobile access has accelerated. As more workers begin to access business files from mobile devices, SMBs and IT providers . . . → Continue reading VPN Stuck in the 90s: Downsides and Risks