Posts by Webroot Guest Blog

Introducing MCPP: Get to Know Microsoft’s New Partner Program

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Microsoft’s new MCPP partner program: What MSPs and IT solutions providers need to know, according to AppRiver and Webroot, owned by OpenText.

World Password Day: The Importance of Password Integrity

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On World Password Day and every day, take a step back and assess your digital hygiene beginning with your passwords, Webroot advises.

Pro Tips for Backing Up Large Datasets

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MSPs and IT professionals should ask & answer these five questions before backing up large datasets, according to OpenText.

Biggest Cybersecurity Risks MSPs Must Mitigate: BrightCloud Threat Report Analysis

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Threat intelligence data from Webroot & parent OpenText explores the most recent cyber threats & the implications for MSPs.

How Cloud Backup Eliminates PC Data Bloat, Simplifies Hardware Refreshes

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Cloud backup services can simplify PC lifecycle management, laptop refreshes and associated data management for MSPs. Here’s why.

6 Steps for Cyber Resilience

Whether you’re an MSP or an IT professional, follow these tips from IDC, Carbonite and Webroot to strengthen customers’ cyber resilience.

Phishing Attacks Reach Historic Highs

Phishing attacks are on the rise, but with the right preparation and the right protection, MSPs can prevent most SMB customer attacks.

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Cybersecurity: Facts and Fiction

How do artificial intelligence (AI) & machine learning (ML) influence cybersecurity? Here are perceptions & misperceptions, according to Webroot & OpenText research.

Shining a Light on the Dark Web

The dark web isn’t just a marketplace. It’s also a gathering area where criminals can recruit each other to help with their next attack.

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Ransomware Hits Main Street

Ransomware attacks far more than Fortune 500 companies. In fact, most ransomware attacks target families & small and midsize businesses (SMBs), Webroot warns.