If you can’t trust your services to work, it’s hard to ask others to pay you for them. BIS needed a simple, integrated solution to both meet the needs of their current clients, and aggressively seek new ones. In 2011, they found eFolder and never looked back. . . . → Continue reading When Less is More
Consumer-grade applications like Dropbox have changed the way employees see file sharing and collaboration. They’re faster, have fewer limitations than email, and automatic, but what users weren’t seeing were the chances of their files leaking. boxIT needed a partner that was as user-friendly as Dropbox, but wouldn’t put files in harm’s way through accidental syncs with an employee’s personal device – devices that aren’t typically as secure as a company owned phone or computer. . . . → Continue reading Safe, Sound, and Sold
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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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
eFolder hosted the eFolder Expert Series Webinar on July 17, 2013, with our lead support engineer Tom Brown. The focus of the webinar was to show the technical steps required to deploy the eFolder BDR Rescue Program. This program allows any partner with legacy Zenith BDRs to point these deployments to the eFolder Storage . . . → Continue reading Three Takeaways from the Webinar on the eFolder BDR Rescue Program
eFolder is pleased to announce new pricing changes for 2013. Across all service offerings, eFolder pricing is now simpler, more uniform, and more competitive for all partners.
eFolder is also introducing a new, global eFolder Price List that features everything we deliver to partners. You may request a copy with all the new pricing . . . → Continue reading Ringing in the new year with lower, simpler pricing
Previously, we discussed eFolder’s philosophy of being an open platform that fosters partner choice and maximizes a partner’s ability to capture market opportunities. eFolder’s solution ecosystem allows partners to deliver over 20 distinct backup and disaster recovery solutions to meet the needs of their customers in their own verticals and markets. Here are some . . . → Continue reading One size does not fit all
eFolder’s strategy is unique amongst backup and BDR vendors in the IT channel — we have adopted an open philosophy where we integrate our own proprietary technology and our unique storage cloud with best-in-breed technology from other vendors to form complete solutions. Rather than delivering a single solution and then attempting to use a . . . → Continue reading The virtues of being open
Last week, I had the pleasure of hosting a webinar with eFolder partner Erik Thorsell. Erik is the President of Success Computer Consulting in the Twin Cities. Erik has been an eFolder partner since 2006. Erik is a smart businessman and a true expert on how to grow and thrive as a managed service . . . → Continue reading Three Secrets to Pricing and Packaging Your BDR Offering