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One Guy’s Opinion: Break-fix vs. MSP Model

MSP vs break-fix

September 24, 2014 by

There are a number of IT providers still offering break-fix services as a VAR or in addition to monthly managed services. But according to StorageCraft partner Guy Baroan, that’s never a good move.

MSPs: What’s Your Vertical Industry Focus?

MSPs and vertical industries

July 17, 2014 by

A lot of businesses get so caught up in the idea of having a lot of clients that they forget to think about what types of clients they’d like to have, and perhaps more importantly, what types of clients they should specialize in working with.

One Guy’s Opinion: Software End-of-Life: Why Upgrading Benefits Everyone

Windows Server 2003 end-of-life

April 22, 2014 by

It might seem early to start talking about Server 2003 end-of-life since it doesn’t happen until July of 2015, more than a year away, but with any migration or upgrade project, it makes sense to get things finished ASAP so you aren’t struggling to get caught up at the last minute. We asked our partner Guy Baroan on some insight as to how other MSPs should approach their clients about end-of-life.

Webinar: Want to Make Disaster Recovery Easy for Clients? Ask Them the Right Questions

November 5, 2013 by

There are always more questions to ask when it comes to evaluating client networks for the perfect disaster recovery plan. In this CRN (The Channel Company) channelcast, StorageCraft Technical Marketing Manager Steven Snyder and StorageCraft partner Guy Baroan of Baroan Technologies will talk about Guy’s experiences putting together DR plans with each of his clients, and teach you the right questions to ask. Watch now.

Making Disaster Recovery Easy

Making Disaster Recovery Easy Ebook

August 16, 2013 by

Fast disaster recovery isn’t all about fancy new technologies. This ebook shows one disaster recovery trick that doesn’t cost a dime.

Migrating to Office 365: Important Things to Consider


February 27, 2013 by

Microsoft’s new Office 365 offering is a game changer, especially for the SMB market. Anyone who has a Microsoft Small Business Server with Exchange included, or decided previously to host Exchange internally, will definitely want to consider moving to Office 365 for several compelling reasons.