How to hire legal counsel for your MSP

Although it can be difficult to choose a legal representative as a technology solution provider, it is one of your most important investments in your business. Here are the steps to get you started. Although it can be difficult to choose a legal representative as a technology solution provider, it is one of your most important investments in your business. […]

How to get started, then improve your cyber skills: New whitepapers

Whether you’re just starting out or looking to improve your cybersecurity skills, the CompTIA ISAO Cyber Fundamentals SME group has created a pair whitepapers that provide a comprehensive list of cybersecurity best practices that will be of benefit to all MSPs. MSPs have many areas of cybersecurity to cover, from acceptable use policies to vulnerability management. It can be difficult […]

How to Find Your Opportunity With Innovative Technologies

Innovative technologies have practical uses but a limited talent pool that can execute them. This combination presents an opportunity for MSPs to be entrepreneurial and take part. Although some might find innovative technologies like blockchain, drones, or the internet of things a bit futuristic, many managed service providers are not able to take advantage of them. Trend Watch Blockchain for […]

How to Create and Implement Effective Cybersecurity Tabletop Exercises

Regular testing of your incident response plan has many benefits. Learn more about how tabletop exercises can help you prepare for a variety of threats and risk scenarios. There are millions of reasons–literally–why companies should test their cybersecurity incident response plans regularly. According to IBM’s Cost of a Data Breach Report 2022, companies that didn’t test their IR plans paid […]

Do I need to become a Windows Phone Developer Certified?

More and more mobile developers are asking the question of whether they want to get into Windows Phone development. Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system has been the fastest-growing mobile operating system in 2013. This is why it has more than doubled its market share within the mobile industry in the last year. Is it a good idea to become a […]

Short Sales as a Corporate Takeover Weapon

By Steven C. Dilley. Contributor to South-Western Federal Taxation Series An example of an investor believing the stock price will fall is a short sale of stock. A short sale is when an investor borrows stock from a broker to sell it. The investor wants to replace the stock (close the short-sale) with stock bought for less than the current […]

Sharing Political Science Teaching Resources

Reading Time: 1 minuteAuthor: Emily Farris Texas Christian University I am a huge fan of teaching resources and syllabus. You’ll find a lot of teaching ideas and syllabi from different people if you open my Dropbox folder. Teaching resources are something I believe in. One of the resources I use in many different ways is Dr. Julia Marin Hellwege’s coursepack […]

Taking on PowerShell one cmdlet at a time

Share this post:This blog post is part of an ongoing series by Adam Gordon. Adam will walk through each PowerShell command every week, explaining when and how to use them. Adam will be covering Set-StrictMode this week. When should you use Set-StrictMode The Set-StrictMode cmdlet sets strict mode for the current and all child scopes and turns it on or […]

Taking on PowerShell one cmdlet at a time

Share this post:This blog post is part of an ongoing series by Adam Gordon. Adam will show you how to use each PowerShell command each week. Adam will be covering Set-ExecutionPolicy this week. When to use Set-ExecutionPolicy You can set PowerShell execution policies on Windows computers. PowerShell security strategy includes an execution policy. Execution policies control whether you are allowed […]