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How PSA Tools Contribute to Safer Cybersecurity Protocols

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Cybercrime is forecast to cost the world $6 trillion1 by the end of 2021, with this figure expected to climb to $10 trillion2 by 2025, mainly due to increased levels of connectivity, reliance on technology, cybersecurity risks driven by remote work, an influx of cybercriminals and gaps in physical and information security.

Small and medium-sized businesses are the target of almost 50%3 of all cyberattacks. And because many of them use managed services providers (MSPs) to remotely manage their business operations, MSPs have become an attractive target for cyber criminals too. This should ring alarm bells for MSPs because their vulnerability would leave the businesses they support exposed to data breaches.Small and medium-sized businesses are the targeSmall and medium-sized businesses are the target of almost 50% of all cyberattacks. And because many of them use managed services providers (MSPs) to remotely manage their business operations, MSPs have become an attractive target for cyber criminals too. This should ring alarm bells for MSPs because their vulnerability would leave the businesses they support exposed to data breaches.Small and medium-sized businesses are the target of almost 50% of all cyberattacks. And because many of them use managed services providers (MSPs) to remotely manage their business operations, MSPs have become an attractive target for cyber criminals too. This should ring alarm bells for MSPs because their vulnerability would leave the businesses they support exposed to data breaches.Small and medium-sized businesses are the target of almost 50% of all cyberattacks. And because many of them use managed services providers (MSPs) to remotely manage their business operations, MSPs have become an attractive target for cyber criminals too. This should ring alarm bells for MSPs because their vulnerability would leave the businesses they support exposed to data breaches. almost 50% of all cyberattacks. And because many of them use managed services providers (MSPs) to remotely manage their business operations, MSPs have become an attractive target for cybercriminals too. This should ring alarm bells for MSPs because their vulnerability would leave the businesses they support exposed to data breaches.

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Five Signs Your Cloud Managed Service Business is Ready to Scale

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Undoubtedly, the past year has brought booming times for managed service providers (MSPs), value added resellers (VARs) and independent software vendors (ISVs) across the board. As businesses globally undertake large-scale digital transformations, they’re looking to the channel for an endless array of cloud products and services, and turning to service providers to select and run the right combination of tools. What’s more, it looks like the rising demand for managed services won’t abate anytime soon with the market expected to reach $492.15 billion by 2027

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