Last year Kaseya developed the Industry Experts Program to help our customers build stronger businesses. Kaseya knows that it takes more than award winning IT Systems Management software to grow your business and that not all businesses need the same thing at the same time. With that in mind, we created an ecosystem of subject matter experts to help you prosper and grow at any stage.
We all have to deal with passwords. It would be a safe bet to say that while that an average worker today has at least 7 different passwords just to complete their daily tasks, the average IT pro has at least 4x that many. We enjoyed this little cartoon on passwords….have a great weekend!
Kaseya has a great feature to help you manage all those credentials, securely.
Its a powerful feature that allows for secure credentials to be stored and access to those credentials to be tailored for the roles and scopes of your users inside Kaseya. No more techs keeping their own little lists of passwords for everything from the core internet router to the CEO’s screensaver.
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In an earlier post, we talked a little about the importance of IT network discovery, the process of cataloguing and bringing assets on your network under management. Discovery gives you a picture of your network at a particular point in time and is the crucial first step toward proactive IT network management.
I’m glad the National Hockey League strike is over. Like many other pro hockey fans, I have an unnatural fascination with Zambonis. Charlie Brown once observed: “There are three things in life that people like to stare at: a flowing stream, a crackling fire, and a Zamboni clearing the ice.”
Before the Zamboni, an ice-shaving job on the rink was done by hand. Frank Zamboni invented the Zamboni 60 years ago because he was tired of closing his skating rink twice a day for a few hours so a half-dozen workers could scrape the ice by hand. Closing cost him money in skate rentals, concessions and other lost business. My back hurts just thinking about scraping a rink by hand. Not me, no way! Turning that job over to a machine was a godsend to rink workers everywhere. As a comparison, two generations later, automated disaster recovery is as much a godsend to IT professionals.
Approximately 14 months before Superstorm Sandy walloped Manhattan and shut down the NYSE, the impending arrival of Hurricane Irene had made NYSE put disaster recovery plans in place to keep the big board operating, even if its Manhattan trading floor was inoperable or inaccessible.
Kaseya Support Specialists routinely document commonly asked questions, configuration techniques, and troubleshooting steps in knowledge base articles. To enable our customers to get the best from the product, we have brought these resources together to form the foundation of the Kaseya Support TechJam sessions.
Space is limited! To register, click on any of the links below:
Much more than a product demonstration, Kaseya Support TechJams are designed to bridge the gap between the platform user guide and real world scenarios so that you can build upon your knowledge and practical experience of Kaseya.
These weekly sessions will run for approximately 50 minutes, and will include time for customer questions.
If you have any questions at all, please contact email@example.com
On June 25, 1876, General George Custer rode toward Little Bighorn. His mission – to subdue members of the Cheyenne and Lakota tribes and force them onto reservations. In the days preceding that one, Custer made a few poor choices. Before he arrived at Little Bighorn, Custer had divided his force of 625 men into three roughly equal contingents, a tactical move that many have criticized (1). When his Native American scouts tried to warn him of the large number of warriors camped at Little Bighorn, Custer doubted them and insisted on pressing an attack before the other two contingents of his men arrived (2).
10. Vegas baby! Don’t worry its a dry heat.
9. This year’s Partner Pavilion is filled to the brim with over 25 key industry vendors.
8. Jump start your Kaseya certification with pre-conference training.
7. Get meaningful business advice exclusively for you from our Industry Experts.
6. A chance to network with over 700 of the world’s top MSPs and IT professionals.
5. Party at the House of Blues, Kaseya style!
4. One on one access to Kaseya product experts in our lab.
3. Over 40 impactful technical and business focused sessions.
2. Be inspired to dream big with our feature speaker, Sugar Ray Leonard!
1. No better place to learn how to take your business, your career, and your IT operations to the next level!
We are thrilled with the plans for Kaseya Connect 2013! We have a great agenda with lots of fantastic learning and networking opportunities. We also have our 2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Sunday! So if you like to swing the clubs, don’t forget to sign up for the golf tournament during your conference registration.
To give you even more flexibility we’ve separated our conference fee from the hotel fees. We still have a block rooms at a discounted rate in the Four Seasons but if you’d like to book your own hotel accomodations feel free.
So what are you waiting for?
Way to go Kaseya MSPs! You’ve done it AGAIN!
It’s a new year, already filled with exciting changes and significant MSP opportunities. But for some of you, a few things remain the same, and selfishly, we are happy about that. The new MSPmentor Top 100 rankings for 2013 are out. In the table below, see how many MSPs running Kaseya were represented on the list:
Kaseya has always been at the front of the pack in terms of solutions that successful MSPs use to run their businesses. 2013 is no exception. Once again, we are honored and humbled by the fact that so many of the Kaseya MSPs continue to dominate the MSP Mentor 100 list for 2013. Additionally, just over 51% of all 485 survey respondents use Kaseya. Good for you! Congratulations from all of us.
Like proud parents, we are thrilled that our customers are seeing significant and sustainable growth in their own businesses. We are more excited that so many of you show up year after year on this list and with so many Kaseya customers ranked near the top, it’s a validation that MSPs CAN grow and DO grow with Kaseya. We applaud your hard work and we sincerely appreciate your partnership with us, both of which give us the information we need to continue to build – and support – the Kaseya Solution that powers your business. We remain committed to these areas because we know you count on us to do so.
No big surprise right? Not at all, and with so many Kaseya MSPs ranked on the list, it serves to highlight how our innovative customers are finding more and more IT task management work to be automated and how more work is being done centrally and remotely. The industry pundits still take notice, too. These accolades reinforce our belief that product innovation still matters and that robust and efficient vendor support is still important.
As our annual user conference approaches – Kaseya Connect is April 29th – we can’t wait to see you all in Las Vegas to congratulate you in person. And we are ready to engage with you so and gather your feedback, organize it into valuable solution requirements, prioritize it for your use on our product road map, so that we can further our commitment to building the right solution that works well for so many of you.
For those of you who are not yet Kaseya customers, I hope you are ready see Kaseya in action. We invite you to see how and why the top MSPs power their business with us and I encourage you to register for a live, weekly Kaseya product demonstration.
As the saying goes, seeing is believing, and I think you’ll be glad you gave us a look.
Over the last few weeks, Lance Armstrong admitted to doping, Manti Te’o owned up to being duped by an imaginary girlfriend and Beyonce lip-synched the national anthem at the inauguration. It makes me wonder what’s real.
Undeniably real is Symantec’s just-released study about data backup challenges and avoiding the hidden costs of the cloud. ReRez Research surveyed IT and business executives at 3,236 organizations in 29 countries in September and October of 2012. The survey included 1,358 responses from SMBs and 1,878 responses from enterprises.