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Achieving milestones: The gloves are off for this IT MSP enabler
SolarWinds MSP announced the most rapid integration progress achieved to date, as SolarWinds N-able and LOGICnow transition to a unified brand.
Expert insights: How to keep on top of the malware threat
If you really want to keep on top of the malware threat then you need to embrace Threat Intelligence in the broadest sense.
SOLD: SolarWinds acquires LOGICnow
"The acquisition of LOGICnow reflects our continued journey to becoming the IT management vendor of choice for all IT professionals."
MSPs using analytics for value edge
Analytics is the key to using data for business value. LogicNow's Alistair Forbes tells us how service providers are using analytics to drive value.
LogicNow brings machine learning and data analytics to MSPs
“LogicCards embeds a data science capability within every one of our MSP customers, it’s like having an analyst in your business that works 24/7."
MaxFocus for LogicNow ANZ managed services winners
LogicNow capped off its recent ANZ MaxFocus Conference with the crowning of four MSP partners.
Why third-party email security is a vital part of a layered security offering
When it comes to cybersecurity smart IT professionals know that the best protection strategy is one that employs ‘defense in depth’.
The failing relationship between IT departments and service providers
There is significant misalignment between what services IT departments want and what IT service providers are selling.
Are your remote workers causing you a headache?
The way in which we work has been transformed in the past five years, and staff could literally be based anywhere and on any sort of device.
Agile business continuity now available for MSPs
LogicNow is touting the release of a new version of its hybrid cloud backup and disaster recovery solution as equipping MSPs to upgrade customers.
The rise of the outsourced CIO
Forget about being a ‘trusted advisor’. It’s time for Kiwi managed service providers to step up to being an ‘outsourced CIO’.