Making the case for your backup and recovery solution

Posted by Lindsay Faria on Jan 13, 2015 1:33:48 PM

As part of the Intronis Partner program, we offer an exclusive partner-only webinar series. These are designed to maximize partner enablement when it comes to selling the Intronis solution and supporting their customers. We are kicking off the new year with a number of sales and marketing webinars that empower our Partners to effectively and efficiently differentiate, promote, and sell their cloud backup and recovery solution. 

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Topics: MSP Marketing, Intronis Essentials, Differentiation

New Data Loss Gremlins Marketing Resources in the Partner Toolkit

Posted by Lindsay Faria on Jan 1, 2015 10:00:00 AM

Don’t let the Data Loss Gremlins ruin your New Year! Educate your customers on the havoc these troublemakers bring by taking advantage of our new “Data Loss Gremlins in a Box” campaign. This easy-to-brand campaign offers a number of Gremlin-inspired marketing materials to help you showcase your offering. These include email templates, a “Fight the Gremlins” tech guide, an infographic and more! 

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Topics: Growing Your MSP Business, Intronis Essentials

Intronis University offers free, on demand training and certification

Posted by Lindsay Faria on Dec 18, 2014 1:43:29 PM

A key factor in any channel partner’s success in offering a solution is having access to proper training when it comes to implementing, supporting, and even selling that solution. To better enable our partners in these areas, we recently opened the doors of Intronis University, a resource for training and certification that is free and available 24/7. 

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IT security best practice: make no assumptions

Posted by Lindsay Faria on Nov 18, 2014 10:00:00 AM

Today, I came across a thought-provoking post from Tony Carothers on the danger of making assumptions when it comes to IT security. The takeaway was simple and straightforward: “Do not assume that because a company has been in business for “x” years, or they are the hottest product on the market, that it is backed by solid security.  That is an assumption that can cost.  Dearly.”

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Topics: IT Security, Partner Support

Why your SMBs’ employees will love Intronis ECHOshare

Posted by Lindsay Faria on Oct 27, 2014 10:00:00 AM

Simply put, your clients will love Intronis ECHOshare, our new file sync and share solution. It offers security and compliance tools needed to protect sensitive company data and provides a secure alternative to consumer-grade file sharing apps.

But let’s talk about the end user:  your client’s employees. After all, these are the folks who will ultimately get the most use out of the software, so it has to offer a great user experience to match its security features.

And if the end user loves the platform, it’s a no-brainer for company management.

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Topics: Intronis ECHOshare

Add live events to your MSP business growth toolkit

Posted by Lindsay Faria on Oct 20, 2014 11:45:00 AM

Nothing brings home the value of live events more than the charge you get from attending one. In an age when many of us feel over-connected by technology, attending a great meeting or event and the chance it brings for some face time can be like a breath of fresh air.

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Topics: Intronis Essentials, Partner Support

Shellshock Bash bug: You are safe with Intronis

Posted by Naomi Price on Sep 26, 2014 1:41:21 PM

As many MSPs have already heard, the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) reported Wednesday that there is a new bug, termed "Shellshock" or "Bash" bug, that is affecting Unix-based operating systems such as Linux and Mac OSX.

The vulnerability affects the Unix command shell “Bash” (Bourne Again Shell), which is installed not only on computers, but also on other devices that use a subset of Linux, such as smart locks, cameras, and storage and multimedia devices.

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Topics: Malware

The alleged iCloud hack: Your data is safe with Intronis

Posted by Manny Veiga on Sep 2, 2014 11:44:38 AM

A massive reported breach of private celebrity images this weekend has called into question the security of Apple's iCloud service.

Apple says it is investigating claims that hackers were able to access the private iCloud online data storage service by exploiting a vulnerability in its software. According to the Wall Street Journal, a flaw in the Find My iPhone service may have enabled unlimited opportunities for hackers to guess users' iCloud passwords until they could find the right one.

This type of "brute force" attack is normally prevented by password lockout features, but Find My iPhone apparently did not have such a feature until Apple released a corrective patch yesterday.

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Topics: Intronis ECHOplatform

Video: Neal Bradbury talks backup consolidation, simpler pricing

Posted by Manny Veiga on Aug 25, 2014 10:58:00 AM

August was a busy month for the Intronis team, as we hit the road to talk with partners about the new Intronis ECHOplatform and our fixed-rate unlimited pricing at events in Nashville, Phoenix, and Chicago. Our travels also brought the team through San Antonio for XChange 2014, where co-founder Neal Bradbury had the chance to connect with CRN TV's Meghan Ottolini for an interview about our new partner offerings

Meghan and Neal covered the full gamut of Intronis' big announcements this summer - including the value of adding Bare Metal Restore to the Intronis ECHOplatform, the reasons why our U2 Plan makes conversations with your customers easier, and the power of the sales enablement tools offered by Intronis Essentials.

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Topics: Intronis ECHOplatform

Malware increasingly targeting virtual machines, study says

Posted by Manny Veiga on Aug 15, 2014 12:53:21 PM

It's an issue that doesn't get as much attention, but a new analysis from security researchers at Symantec sheds some light on the increasing presence of malware that specifically targets virtual machines.

In the whitepaper "Threats to Virtual Environments", Symantec threat researcher Candid Wuesst described an analysis of malware samples submitted by more than 200,000 consumers since 2012. According to the report, around 18 percent of the samples studied tried to detect the presence of VMware virtual machines.

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Topics: VMware backup