Natan Ovadia

March Madness, the MSP, and the Network: the Quick Guide to Survival

With March Madness underway, MSPs will need to address the associated increases in web traffic and potential bottlenecks to networks. As with any predictable spike in web traffic, MSPs are best advised to work in advance of potential problems.

Stay Ahead

Rather than simply jumping in to solve problems as they arise (“putting out fires”), MSPs should identify which clients are more susceptible to problems associated with high web traffic related to the basketball tournament. Read more

AJ Singh

Deliver Ongoing IT Services and Network Monitoring Beyond Break/Fix

Recently, we here at Ninja have had many conversations with Ninja customers and prospects. In most cases, the topic of conversation shifts to business development, revenue cycle and ways to use Ninja to better service customers. It’s interesting to see at the industry trade shows, MSPs tend to spend more time at sessions that focus on growing their business and revenue.  Less time seems to spent evaluating the software and solution vendors that are at these events. Perhaps the simplest recommendation those in the industry have offered is that MSPs shift away from the traditional ‘Break/Fix’ model to a professional IT services model of billing and service delivery.

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