Most articles on GDPR are written by people who have neither read the entire GDPR nor have any historical knowledge of the scope and enforcement of privacy laws in the EU or U.S. This column by Bradley Gross is not that. Want to know whether you should be sweating--or ignoring--GDPR? Read this.
Management advice from a $300 million, 3,000-employee technology solutions provider
Over the years, as the market has matured, the notion of the vCIO has become a key component of MSP services. MJ Shoer, Director, Client Engagement, & vCIO at Onepath, argues that vCIO and client success are inextricably connected.
MSSP BLOKWORX’s CEO Robert Boles offers a strong argument for hiring veterans into IT careers. His experience-based opinions are backed by the stats. The blazing hot security services market, in particular, is poised to benefit from veterans' experience.
While the market for cybersecurity is getting better all the time, Breadcrumb Cybersecurity CEO Brian Horton says selling it requires more than a partner program with a security software vendor — it requires consultancy.
Dataprise, Inc.’s Mick Shah eschews the notion of a customer success officer. Customer success, he says, is everyone’s job, and it starts with the vCIO. Here’s how the 300-employee Rockville, MD-based MSP marries vCIO-as-a-Service to its customer success strategy.
Selling a business is never easy; however, the rewards can be great and life-changing. Here are 3 things you must think about before selling your IT company.
Your customers aren’t the only ones who expect you to be not just a technology service provider, but also a cybersecurity provider. The law expects it, too.
Why are benchmarks important? Because they help you analyze how well the various parts of your business are working. Benchmarks provide goals that, when met, result in a profitable business that can fund future growth, attract top talent, and command a high price from potential acquirers.
Mythos Technology is still projecting double-digit growth in 2018 despite its initiative to trim off the lowest-performing part of its customer base.
Here’s how Corsica Technologies has continued to foster financial growth over the past 15 years while staying true to its core mission — ensuring stellar customer service.