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Jan 14

How Secure is Your Cloud Data?

By | Managed Services News

The global COVID-19 pandemic has caused a massive shift to remote work. According to one estimate, the number of days spent telecommuting has risen 49% since the pandemic. While the pandemic may have triggered the shift, there’s no sign things will return to normal once the crisis fades.

Even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses were rapidly shifting their workforces to Microsoft 365 cloud apps. Now, with more employees working remotely than ever, cloud platforms and cloud collaboration tools have become essential to business operations. But how do you keep those applications safe from the common causes of data loss?

This whitepaper reviews:

  • Data Loss in OneDrive
  • SharePoint Permissions and Site Collections
  • Recovering Teams Conversations
  • Handling Exchange Mailboxes

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Jan 14

Carbonite® Migrate for SAP

By | Managed Services News

Carbonite Migrate is the right tool for performing complex SAP migrations, allowing scalable migration to any physical, virtual or cloud target environment. Carbonite Migrate simplifies both lift-and-shift and optimization migrations without disrupting the production environment or taxing IT departments. Carbonite has an established track record of reliably moving SAP workloads, a task that can be challenging for native or free tools.

Learn more about this solution now!
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Jan 14

Carbonite® Migrate

By | Managed Services News

The potential for downtime and data loss prevents many organizations from undertaking data migrations. Carbonite® Migrate quickly and easily migrates physical, virtual and cloud workloads over any distance with minimal risk and near-zero downtime. The streamlined process automates and consolidates numerous steps, which are otherwise manual and prone to human error, into just a few simple.

Learn more about simple and seamless hardware upgrades, virtualization, switching hypervisors, and moving to, from and between clouds.

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Jan 14

D&H Extends Financing Terms to Help Partners Amid COVID-19

By | Managed Services News

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year.

D&H Distributing is extending its financing terms to give MSPs and VARs more flexibility amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The distributor has extended the exclusive 60-day repayment terms it arranged with financing partner DLL until the end of 2021. It originally extended its financing terms through DLL beyond the standard 30-day repayment schedule last spring.

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year. Since so many of D&H’s partners benefited from this offering, the distributor negotiated to maintain the 60-day term opportunity throughout the new year.

Partners throughout North America will get 60-day repayment terms instead of 30 days on all purchases through DLL. Solution providers don’t have to take any additional action.

Helping Partners During COVID-19

Matt Riley is director of credit and financial services at D&H.

D&H Distributing's Matt Riley

D&H Distributing’s Matt Riley

“Early in the pandemic, there was substantial demand for extended payment terms to help manage cash flow,” he said. “With the sudden economic interruption, our partners were facing end customers who were having difficulties meeting payment obligations. The extended terms allowed our partners to continue to work with their end customers without damaging their cash flow or incurring additional borrowing.”

Partners have used the extended terms as a tool to aggressively win new business, Riley said. They’ve done so by offering their customers flexible payment terms. They’ve also taken a stronger inventory position on devices, which continue to be in high demand.

“Everything we do is partner-focused, and our credit and finance solutions are no different,” Riley said. “It became clear to us that this was the sort of straightforward solution that would be impactful in providing ongoing value to our partners.”

Partners have told D&H the program has been a differentiator for their business, he said. It reduced borrowing costs from traditional lenders and helped grow their business.

Customized Credit Plans

Last spring, many of D&H’s SMB partners got customized credit plans to help them stay viable and keep their essential business customers supplied with critical technology throughout the crisis.

Since so many organizations required excessive amounts of remote work and learning equipment in a period of days or weeks, many channel partners couldn’t have accommodated the influx of orders without extended credit. Other partners needed additional resources due to the contraction of funds elsewhere in the market.

Between April and May of 2020 alone, D&H issued close to $50 million in new credit to channel partners. As of this month, that total has grown to nearly $150 million in credit provided by D&H across the United States and Canada.

D&H’s credit options also include the no-fee Assignment of Funds program, which helps partners take on larger projects from credit-worthy entities such as government and educational institutions. This lets partners accommodate greater-than-normal sales during school and government purchasing seasons.

Jan 14

D&H Extends Financing Terms to Help Partners Amid COVID-19

By | Managed Services News

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year.

D&H Distributing is extending its financing terms to give MSPs and VARs more flexibility amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The distributor has extended the exclusive 60-day repayment terms it arranged with financing partner DLL until the end of 2021. It originally extended its financing terms through DLL beyond the standard 30-day repayment schedule last spring.

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year. Since so many of D&H’s partners benefited from this offering, the distributor negotiated to maintain the 60-day term opportunity throughout the new year.

Partners throughout North America will get 60-day repayment terms instead of 30 days on all purchases through DLL. Solution providers don’t have to take any additional action.

Helping Partners During COVID-19

Matt Riley is director of credit and financial services at D&H.

D&H Distributing's Matt Riley

D&H Distributing’s Matt Riley

“Early in the pandemic, there was substantial demand for extended payment terms to help manage cash flow,” he said. “With the sudden economic interruption, our partners were facing end customers who were having difficulties meeting payment obligations. The extended terms allowed our partners to continue to work with their end customers without damaging their cash flow or incurring additional borrowing.”

Partners have used the extended terms as a tool to aggressively win new business, Riley said. They’ve done so by offering their customers flexible payment terms. They’ve also taken a stronger inventory position on devices, which continue to be in high demand.

“Everything we do is partner-focused, and our credit and finance solutions are no different,” Riley said. “It became clear to us that this was the sort of straightforward solution that would be impactful in providing ongoing value to our partners.”

Partners have told D&H the program has been a differentiator for their business, he said. It reduced borrowing costs from traditional lenders and helped grow their business.

Customized Credit Plans

Last spring, many of D&H’s SMB partners got customized credit plans to help them stay viable and keep their essential business customers supplied with critical technology throughout the crisis.

Since so many organizations required excessive amounts of remote work and learning equipment in a period of days or weeks, many channel partners couldn’t have accommodated the influx of orders without extended credit. Other partners needed additional resources due to the contraction of funds elsewhere in the market.

Between April and May of 2020 alone, D&H issued close to $50 million in new credit to channel partners. As of this month, that total has grown to nearly $150 million in credit provided by D&H across the United States and Canada.

D&H’s credit options also include the no-fee Assignment of Funds program, which helps partners take on larger projects from credit-worthy entities such as government and educational institutions. This lets partners accommodate greater-than-normal sales during school and government purchasing seasons.

Jan 14

D&H Extends Financing Terms to Help Partners Amid COVID-19

By | Managed Services News

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year.

D&H Distributing is extending its financing terms to give MSPs and VARs more flexibility amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The distributor has extended the exclusive 60-day repayment terms it arranged with financing partner DLL until the end of 2021. It originally extended its financing terms through DLL beyond the standard 30-day repayment schedule last spring.

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year. Since so many of D&H’s partners benefited from this offering, the distributor negotiated to maintain the 60-day term opportunity throughout the new year.

Partners throughout North America will get 60-day repayment terms instead of 30 days on all purchases through DLL. Solution providers don’t have to take any additional action.

Helping Partners During COVID-19

Matt Riley is director of credit and financial services at D&H.

D&H Distributing's Matt Riley

D&H Distributing’s Matt Riley

“Early in the pandemic, there was substantial demand for extended payment terms to help manage cash flow,” he said. “With the sudden economic interruption, our partners were facing end customers who were having difficulties meeting payment obligations. The extended terms allowed our partners to continue to work with their end customers without damaging their cash flow or incurring additional borrowing.”

Partners have used the extended terms as a tool to aggressively win new business, Riley said. They’ve done so by offering their customers flexible payment terms. They’ve also taken a stronger inventory position on devices, which continue to be in high demand.

“Everything we do is partner-focused, and our credit and finance solutions are no different,” Riley said. “It became clear to us that this was the sort of straightforward solution that would be impactful in providing ongoing value to our partners.”

Partners have told D&H the program has been a differentiator for their business, he said. It reduced borrowing costs from traditional lenders and helped grow their business.

Customized Credit Plans

Last spring, many of D&H’s SMB partners got customized credit plans to help them stay viable and keep their essential business customers supplied with critical technology throughout the crisis.

Since so many organizations required excessive amounts of remote work and learning equipment in a period of days or weeks, many channel partners couldn’t have accommodated the influx of orders without extended credit. Other partners needed additional resources due to the contraction of funds elsewhere in the market.

Between April and May of 2020 alone, D&H issued close to $50 million in new credit to channel partners. As of this month, that total has grown to nearly $150 million in credit provided by D&H across the United States and Canada.

D&H’s credit options also include the no-fee Assignment of Funds program, which helps partners take on larger projects from credit-worthy entities such as government and educational institutions. This lets partners accommodate greater-than-normal sales during school and government purchasing seasons.

Jan 14

D&H Extends Financing Terms to Help Partners Amid COVID-19

By | Managed Services News

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year.

D&H Distributing is extending its financing terms to give MSPs and VARs more flexibility amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The distributor has extended the exclusive 60-day repayment terms it arranged with financing partner DLL until the end of 2021. It originally extended its financing terms through DLL beyond the standard 30-day repayment schedule last spring.

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year. Since so many of D&H’s partners benefited from this offering, the distributor negotiated to maintain the 60-day term opportunity throughout the new year.

Partners throughout North America will get 60-day repayment terms instead of 30 days on all purchases through DLL. Solution providers don’t have to take any additional action.

Helping Partners During COVID-19

Matt Riley is director of credit and financial services at D&H.

D&H Distributing's Matt Riley

D&H Distributing’s Matt Riley

“Early in the pandemic, there was substantial demand for extended payment terms to help manage cash flow,” he said. “With the sudden economic interruption, our partners were facing end customers who were having difficulties meeting payment obligations. The extended terms allowed our partners to continue to work with their end customers without damaging their cash flow or incurring additional borrowing.”

Partners have used the extended terms as a tool to aggressively win new business, Riley said. They’ve done so by offering their customers flexible payment terms. They’ve also taken a stronger inventory position on devices, which continue to be in high demand.

“Everything we do is partner-focused, and our credit and finance solutions are no different,” Riley said. “It became clear to us that this was the sort of straightforward solution that would be impactful in providing ongoing value to our partners.”

Partners have told D&H the program has been a differentiator for their business, he said. It reduced borrowing costs from traditional lenders and helped grow their business.

Customized Credit Plans

Last spring, many of D&H’s SMB partners got customized credit plans to help them stay viable and keep their essential business customers supplied with critical technology throughout the crisis.

Since so many organizations required excessive amounts of remote work and learning equipment in a period of days or weeks, many channel partners couldn’t have accommodated the influx of orders without extended credit. Other partners needed additional resources due to the contraction of funds elsewhere in the market.

Between April and May of 2020 alone, D&H issued close to $50 million in new credit to channel partners. As of this month, that total has grown to nearly $150 million in credit provided by D&H across the United States and Canada.

D&H’s credit options also include the no-fee Assignment of Funds program, which helps partners take on larger projects from credit-worthy entities such as government and educational institutions. This lets partners accommodate greater-than-normal sales during school and government purchasing seasons.

Jan 14

D&H Extends Financing Terms to Help Partners Amid COVID-19

By | Managed Services News

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year.

D&H Distributing is extending its financing terms to give MSPs and VARs more flexibility amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The distributor has extended the exclusive 60-day repayment terms it arranged with financing partner DLL until the end of 2021. It originally extended its financing terms through DLL beyond the standard 30-day repayment schedule last spring.

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year. Since so many of D&H’s partners benefited from this offering, the distributor negotiated to maintain the 60-day term opportunity throughout the new year.

Partners throughout North America will get 60-day repayment terms instead of 30 days on all purchases through DLL. Solution providers don’t have to take any additional action.

Helping Partners During COVID-19

Matt Riley is director of credit and financial services at D&H.

D&H Distributing's Matt Riley

D&H Distributing’s Matt Riley

“Early in the pandemic, there was substantial demand for extended payment terms to help manage cash flow,” he said. “With the sudden economic interruption, our partners were facing end customers who were having difficulties meeting payment obligations. The extended terms allowed our partners to continue to work with their end customers without damaging their cash flow or incurring additional borrowing.”

Partners have used the extended terms as a tool to aggressively win new business, Riley said. They’ve done so by offering their customers flexible payment terms. They’ve also taken a stronger inventory position on devices, which continue to be in high demand.

“Everything we do is partner-focused, and our credit and finance solutions are no different,” Riley said. “It became clear to us that this was the sort of straightforward solution that would be impactful in providing ongoing value to our partners.”

Partners have told D&H the program has been a differentiator for their business, he said. It reduced borrowing costs from traditional lenders and helped grow their business.

Customized Credit Plans

Last spring, many of D&H’s SMB partners got customized credit plans to help them stay viable and keep their essential business customers supplied with critical technology throughout the crisis.

Since so many organizations required excessive amounts of remote work and learning equipment in a period of days or weeks, many channel partners couldn’t have accommodated the influx of orders without extended credit. Other partners needed additional resources due to the contraction of funds elsewhere in the market.

Between April and May of 2020 alone, D&H issued close to $50 million in new credit to channel partners. As of this month, that total has grown to nearly $150 million in credit provided by D&H across the United States and Canada.

D&H’s credit options also include the no-fee Assignment of Funds program, which helps partners take on larger projects from credit-worthy entities such as government and educational institutions. This lets partners accommodate greater-than-normal sales during school and government purchasing seasons.

Jan 14

D&H Extends Financing Terms to Help Partners Amid COVID-19

By | Managed Services News

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year.

D&H Distributing is extending its financing terms to give MSPs and VARs more flexibility amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The distributor has extended the exclusive 60-day repayment terms it arranged with financing partner DLL until the end of 2021. It originally extended its financing terms through DLL beyond the standard 30-day repayment schedule last spring.

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year. Since so many of D&H’s partners benefited from this offering, the distributor negotiated to maintain the 60-day term opportunity throughout the new year.

Partners throughout North America will get 60-day repayment terms instead of 30 days on all purchases through DLL. Solution providers don’t have to take any additional action.

Helping Partners During COVID-19

Matt Riley is director of credit and financial services at D&H.

D&H Distributing's Matt Riley

D&H Distributing’s Matt Riley

“Early in the pandemic, there was substantial demand for extended payment terms to help manage cash flow,” he said. “With the sudden economic interruption, our partners were facing end customers who were having difficulties meeting payment obligations. The extended terms allowed our partners to continue to work with their end customers without damaging their cash flow or incurring additional borrowing.”

Partners have used the extended terms as a tool to aggressively win new business, Riley said. They’ve done so by offering their customers flexible payment terms. They’ve also taken a stronger inventory position on devices, which continue to be in high demand.

“Everything we do is partner-focused, and our credit and finance solutions are no different,” Riley said. “It became clear to us that this was the sort of straightforward solution that would be impactful in providing ongoing value to our partners.”

Partners have told D&H the program has been a differentiator for their business, he said. It reduced borrowing costs from traditional lenders and helped grow their business.

Customized Credit Plans

Last spring, many of D&H’s SMB partners got customized credit plans to help them stay viable and keep their essential business customers supplied with critical technology throughout the crisis.

Since so many organizations required excessive amounts of remote work and learning equipment in a period of days or weeks, many channel partners couldn’t have accommodated the influx of orders without extended credit. Other partners needed additional resources due to the contraction of funds elsewhere in the market.

Between April and May of 2020 alone, D&H issued close to $50 million in new credit to channel partners. As of this month, that total has grown to nearly $150 million in credit provided by D&H across the United States and Canada.

D&H’s credit options also include the no-fee Assignment of Funds program, which helps partners take on larger projects from credit-worthy entities such as government and educational institutions. This lets partners accommodate greater-than-normal sales during school and government purchasing seasons.

Jan 14

D&H Extends Financing Terms to Help Partners Amid COVID-19

By | Managed Services News

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year.

D&H Distributing is extending its financing terms to give MSPs and VARs more flexibility amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The distributor has extended the exclusive 60-day repayment terms it arranged with financing partner DLL until the end of 2021. It originally extended its financing terms through DLL beyond the standard 30-day repayment schedule last spring.

Sales through this program increased approximately 85% in the past year to date, year over year. Since so many of D&H’s partners benefited from this offering, the distributor negotiated to maintain the 60-day term opportunity throughout the new year.

Partners throughout North America will get 60-day repayment terms instead of 30 days on all purchases through DLL. Solution providers don’t have to take any additional action.

Helping Partners During COVID-19

Matt Riley is director of credit and financial services at D&H.

D&H Distributing's Matt Riley

D&H Distributing’s Matt Riley

“Early in the pandemic, there was substantial demand for extended payment terms to help manage cash flow,” he said. “With the sudden economic interruption, our partners were facing end customers who were having difficulties meeting payment obligations. The extended terms allowed our partners to continue to work with their end customers without damaging their cash flow or incurring additional borrowing.”

Partners have used the extended terms as a tool to aggressively win new business, Riley said. They’ve done so by offering their customers flexible payment terms. They’ve also taken a stronger inventory position on devices, which continue to be in high demand.

“Everything we do is partner-focused, and our credit and finance solutions are no different,” Riley said. “It became clear to us that this was the sort of straightforward solution that would be impactful in providing ongoing value to our partners.”

Partners have told D&H the program has been a differentiator for their business, he said. It reduced borrowing costs from traditional lenders and helped grow their business.

Customized Credit Plans

Last spring, many of D&H’s SMB partners got customized credit plans to help them stay viable and keep their essential business customers supplied with critical technology throughout the crisis.

Since so many organizations required excessive amounts of remote work and learning equipment in a period of days or weeks, many channel partners couldn’t have accommodated the influx of orders without extended credit. Other partners needed additional resources due to the contraction of funds elsewhere in the market.

Between April and May of 2020 alone, D&H issued close to $50 million in new credit to channel partners. As of this month, that total has grown to nearly $150 million in credit provided by D&H across the United States and Canada.

D&H’s credit options also include the no-fee Assignment of Funds program, which helps partners take on larger projects from credit-worthy entities such as government and educational institutions. This lets partners accommodate greater-than-normal sales during school and government purchasing seasons.

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