Sunday, January 28, 2024

Blog Roll Update for 2024

I tuned up my blog roll recently. It's on the right side of my blog. 

This resource is updated from time to time as the world evolves. For example, we used to have a few Microsoft blogs. But as products evolved, those blogs fell into disuse and were removed.

Here are the current blogs I follow. If you have (or know of) a particularly good blog I should be tracking, please let me know. My primary focus is the business side of running an IT business.

Here's the current list - in order of most recent post as of today. 

Blog: Net Sciences Blog
Post: The Benefits of Mobile Computing for Small Businesses

Blog: Business of Tech - Dave Sobel
Post: Insights into Product Management and Revenue Growth with Jessica Nelson Kohel

Blog: Robert Crane - Computer Information Agency
Post: Microsoft 365 Backup pricing

Blog: ChannelE2E
Post: TD SYNNEX Expands Copilot for Microsoft 365

Blog: Rich Freeman - Channelholic
Post: Big Security Sees Big Money in SMBs

Blog: Richard Tubb's Tubblog
Post: Untold Cyber Attack Stories: A Shocking Perspective For MSPs

Blog: SMB Community Podcast
Post: What is The Best Business Structure For MSPs?

Blog: What's New in the SBT Community
Post: Chip Reaves from Bigger Brains to the SBT Roundtable

Blog: Amy Babinchak - Third Tier
Post: Useful AI: IFTTT Summarizer

Blog: Relax Focus Succeed
Post: Kind Goal-Setting for the New Year

Blog: Killing IT
Post: ChatGPT Year 1, Robots Multiplying by Thousands, and Destructive Private Equity

Blog: The ChannelPro Network
Post: CrowdStrike's New AI-Powered Cybersecurity Product Offers Access to Enterprise-Grade Solutions

Blog: Howard Cohen - The Business Technologist
Post: Celebrate National CyberSecurity Awareness (NCSA) Month!

Blog: MSP Mastered
Post: Jan 24th: MSP Cybersecurity Predictions 2024: Using AI for Sales Emails, the Good and the Bad

Blog: National Society of IT Service Providers
Post: Catch-up with our webinar recordings

Have fun reading!


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