The #1 secure and easy-to-use remote monitoring and management (RMM) cloud platform, Action1 Corporation revealed that it will provide its solution to organizations that want to replace their current RMM tool with a more modern RMM alternative for free until their current RMM contract expires.
Action1 RMM is assured to be less expensive in the future. This offer will be especially beneficial to MSPs concerned about contract changes because of recent vendor mergers, such as Kaseya’s acquisition of Datto. It is also said that internal IT departments and MSPs seeking a modern alternative to their current RMM solution can use Action1 RMM for free till the termination of their current RMM contract.
The CEO and co-founder of Action1, Alex Vovk commented, “To control costs, organizations often wait until their current contract expires before replacing a tool they’re dissatisfied with — which leaves them vulnerable to security and business risks in the interim. As part of our commitment to strengthening security and productivity worldwide, Action1 is happy to enable organizations to move to Action1 RMM right away.”
Through policy-based patching, simple OS and third-party software deployment, and strong endpoint management capabilities, Action1 RMM reduces vulnerabilities and increases productivity. It also includes a remote desktop that is consistent with modern privacy rules, allowing for high-quality remote help and troubleshooting.
Action1’s fundamental objective is to assist organizations and MSPs in eliminating old endpoint management and security approaches to better equip today’s hybrid workforce by enabling businesses in implementing the change to Action1 RMM.
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The ConnectWise Incident Response Service gives users direct, round-the-clock access to a team of skilled cybersecurity analysts that can assess, contain, and remediate attacks as quickly as possible to minimize the effect and disruption to the business. ConnectWise launched Incident Response Service to assist MSPs and their clients with quick responses to security issues and recovery from them.
MSPs are constantly becoming the target of threat actors. Preparation is the only option that can safeguard MSPs and their client’s interests against cyberattacks. For MSPs and their clients who often lack the resources to respond to these issues, the ConnectWise Incident Response Service provides an immediate lifeline to trained cybersecurity specialists who can help resolve incidents faster and avoid costly mistakes.
Raffael Marty, General Manager of Cybersecurity at ConnectWise said, “With a talent shortage, more sophisticated threat actors and more technologies to protect, cybersecurity incidents can quickly overwhelm an MSP and their end client and jeopardise the protection of their client’s critical assets. Every second counts in a cyberattack, so having a team of security experts at a moment’s notice is a game-changing force multiplier for an MSP’s successful delivery of cybersecurity services. With this service, MSPs can confidently turn to ConnectWise to gain swift understanding and control of the situation to eradicate threats and prevent costly downtime.”
According to the MSP Threat Report for 2022, ransomware occurrences increased by 10-15% quarter over quarter in 2021, with 56 per cent of all incidents occurring in the second half of the year. The ConnectWise Incident Response Service also assists in the recovery process by doing forensic examinations of system data, user activity, and digital evidence artefacts to assess the scope of the breach and identify which threat actor may be involved. Both ConnectWise partners and non-partners can now use the ConnectWise Incident Response Service.
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Redstor a Data management, and SaaS protection company has introduced a new service aimed at changing the way how managed and cloud service providers (MSPs and CSPs) handle Kubernetes installations on AWS. Amazon Elastic Kubernetes (Amazon EKS), a managed container service for handling applications in the cloud or on-premises, has been introduced to the firm’s offering, allowing partners to scale client backups and eliminate the need for multiple, ununified solutions.
Backups have traditionally not been built for modern, container-based applications, necessitating service providers to use separate Kubernetes solutions to back up not only apps but also configurations, according to Redstor. The company hopes to integrate such processes with its new extension, removing the need for disparate solutions to be bolted together.
According to Redstor, services providers will benefit from the ability to quickly restore a Kubernetes environment by injecting data back into an existing cluster for fast resolution of ransomware, accidental or malicious deletion, or misconfiguration while managing multiple accounts with a single solution designed specifically for cloud partners.
Redstor’s backup empowers users with easy scalability and ongoing maintenance, unlike other extremely sophisticated services that need error-prone scripting. There’s no necessity to move between interfaces. All the features give MSPs a better chance to achieve large margins quickly at scale, stated Redstor’s chief product officer, James Griffin.
DesktopReady has officially launched its much-anticipated DaaS Solution for MSPs. As a result of the pandemic, the need for digital transformation has grown even more. Now, Virtual Desktops have become standard, safe and scalable ways to satisfy the requirement of a distributed workforce.
DesktopReady is the go-to solution for MSPs looking to take advantage of this rapidly expanding industry. MSPs launched DesktopReady, a fully managed Desktop as a Service (DaaS) for MSPs. It offers a comprehensive range of technologies and services, ranging from design implemention, migration and continuous monitoring and service support, to suit MSPs’ skill and resource requirements.
To assist their clients in the digital transformation path, MSPs have begun to navigating the pandemic and DesktopReady’s Virtual Desktop solution is a critical component of that plan. DesktopReady and Microsoft have strategically formed partnership to build on top of Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD), integrating Microsoft Azure’s scale and customization with the DesktopReady DaaS solution.
DesktopReady provides MSPs with the tools they need to deliver a Virtual Desktop solution to their customers, as well as support services that can help them launch a successful DaaS strategy.
“MSPs are the trusted advisors for their customers and as a global leader in VDI design, and implementation, we know it takes more than technology to earn that trust. DesktopReady combines technology with value-added services designed to allow MSPs to focus on their customers. With the launch of this white-label MSP DaaS Solution, we help accelerate the adoption of Microsoft Azure in SMB through MSP channels and enable modern workspaces for their clients’ distributed workforce,” says Ashish Bambroo, Chief Revenue Officer, DesktopReady.