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If you needed any additional proof that a real, live human is behind these emails this week I dropped the ball and am getting this out way later than usual. I'm sorry for the delay, but hope you'll still get use out of the resources below.
If you're curious what's been keeping me busy check out our upcoming MSP Security Summit scheduled for next Thursday, May 7. It's shaped up to be a great event and much bigger than we originally anticipated. Hope to see you there!
In the meantime, expect things to be back to the regular schedule next week with an email going out on Monday. Thank you for sticking with us!
If you or your team have hit a slow patch and you're looking for training materials then "100 Days of IaC in Azure" is a goldmine. It's a collection of 100 tips, insights, and recommendations designed to get you up to speed with IaC concepts and practices. Best of all, they're each written to be read in 5 minutes or less.
Microsoft's Threat Protection Intelligence Team shares data they've gathered on ransomware deployments during the first two weeks of April. This is honestly one of the best, most actionable write-ups on ransomware I've seen in a while.
Immediately after last week's MSP Live Chat, I huddled up with NinjaOne Channel Chief Advisor Tom Watson and MSP Growth Hack's Kevin Clune to debrief and follow up on one of the session's most hotly-discussed topics: discounting.
Building an efficient and effective IT team requires a centralized solution that acts as your core service deliver tool. NinjaOne enables IT teams to monitor, manage, secure, and support all their devices, wherever they are, without the need for complex on-premises infrastructure.