"OpenDNS" Posts

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 9 January 2017

Updates: AiNET, AITP, Barracuda, BitDefender, Cisco Umbrella, CompTIA, Intronis, iTron, Lenovo, Team8, TEC Communications, Tech Data, VMware, Zoho & more.

Cisco’s RMM Platform for SMB MSPs: Next FindIT Steps

Cisco Systems (CSCO) describes where FindIT, a new remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform for MSPs, is heading next for SMB network support.

Coffee Monday

5 Channel Partner Updates: 27 June 2016

Today’s updates involve Intel Security, McAfee, Accenture, OpenDNS, Brexit, Dell, Ingram Micro Cloud, ConnectWise, SP Controls, FreshDesk & more.

Coffee Friday

5 Channel Partner Updates: 27 May 2016

Today’s updates involve Ringostat, CSC, HPE, Twilio, StorageCraft, NinjaMSP, Webroot, OpenDNS, Continuum, Datto, GetChanneled, Mailprotector & ConnectWise.

Inside the Sophos MSP Connect Partner Program

From the Sophos Central dashboard, MSPs can manage recurring revenue security services. The dashboard supports multiple Sophos products & customers.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 2 March 2016

Today’s updates involve another MSP acquired, Cisco, Presidio, OpenDNS, Dell-EMC leadership, Zetta, HIPAA confusion, Microsoft Azure cloud profits & more.

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Reflecting on 2015: Security Moments That Made Us Pause

From the Sony breach to the Tesla hack, here are the 2015 security moments that shook the industry. Plus, a cybersecurity wish list for 2016.

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LOGICnow LOGICcards: Is SMB Big Data Catching On?

LOGICnow unveiled LOGICcards roughly three months ago. Is the big data and machine learning system catching on with MSPs in the SMB channel?

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 16 December 2015

Today’s updates involve Google’s partner program; milestones at BrightGauge; Docker’s new partners; new Slack apps; MSP KPIs; and ServiceNow’s latest move.

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ChannelE2E Podcast 054: OpenDNS’s Dima Kumets

ChannelE2E Podcast: How is Cisco Systems addressing network security for MSPs and their end customers? OpenDNS’s Dima Kumets shares answers.