A quick look at some r/MSP chatter – we got SMBs seeking help after a cyberattack, cyber insurance tips for MSPs, and more.
The MSP subreddit has been busy. Let’s take a look at some of the top discussions. And…
This week’s Reddit roundup features some laughs, as well as some insight into recent phishing attacks that use Black Lives Matter material to trick users. Oh, and pre-billing.
It’s *checks notes* Thursday, June 18! But what is time? Who knows anymore. Here are some of this week’s top conversations from the MSP subreddit.
MSPs on Reddit talk ticket headaches, taking on experienced clients, and a ConnectWise vulnerability
It’s another MSP subreddit roundup!
The MSP subreddit was chatty as usual this week, and it’s clear the focus for many is getting clients set up to work from home in a more permanent fashion.
It’s the latest recap of the MSP subreddit. The group is at 73,000 members!
It’s May 11 and it’s snowing – in Ontario, anyway. Hope everyone had a good weekend. The MSP subreddit continues to be chatty. Here are some of the most popular topics from the past week.
MSPs on Reddit discuss Microsoft Teams and Zoom, Windows Virtual Desktop, security, and news sources
Another round-up of MSP conversations on the MSP subreddit.
The MSP subreddit had some meaty topics rise to the top over the past week
MSPs aren’t feeling Microsoft’s branding change, IT trends post-COVID-19, and more chatter on Reddit
The top posts on the MSP subreddit this week still focused a lot on COVID-19, but there was one topic that quickly skyrocketed to the top of the thread this week …
This week, there was a lot of focus on how MSPs cope with the late-night calls and frantic customers during a crisis such as this one, a school has no idea how to transition to remote work, and more.
The spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus has impacted supply chains and people’s ability to work at the office, putting enormous pressure on collaboration and communication software and the businesses that help install and maintain them.
A cat breaks down DNS, a Datto webinar makes its rounds, and someone seeks a service desk manager peer group
What makes an MSP a good and bad place to work? Plus a question about passwords in this week’s Reddit Recap.