Quick Hits: Axcient, Rapid Fire Tools, Plan27
I am fundamentally lazy. Or busy. Or both.
As a result, I sometimes captures interviews while I’m out and about and then don’t post them up right away. I’m going to be doing some catch-up here.
I’ve got three quick interviews for you here. They are:
Steve Noel, MSP Evangelist for Axcient
Jeff Dryall, Directory of Business Development with Plan 27
Kevin Jones, Sales Engineer, RapidFire Tools
I ran into Steve at SMB Techfest (www.smbtechfest.com) awhile back.
Axcient recently released a Granular Exchange Recovery tool – and they have lots of other cool things planned for 2015.
In this podcast, Steve also gives details on the “freeware” version of the Axcient product so you can learn the product – and maybe even use it in an emergency.
For more info, see www.axcient.com.
Kevin tells us a bit about the new “Inspector” product. It’s a great tool for doing assessments and creating a vulnerability report for clients and prospects.
Last year, RapidFire released a new HIPAA Compliance Module that has become very popular. Network Detective was named by CRN as the #1 income generating tool for 2014, largely due to the success of the HIPAA Compliance Module.
Coming in 2015: a new PCI compliance module.
For more info, see www.rapidfiretools.com.
I insult him, then he insults me. Then we get down to the interview.
Plan27 is a web-based lead generation service. They provide search engine marketing specifically for the channel – as a managed service.
My question is: Isn’t SEO such a moving target that no one can stay on top for more than twenty minutes? Jeff’s got a great answer for that question. Plan27’s Google analytics team keeps your Google campaign fine tuned hour by hour. Find out more by listening to the interview.
For more info, visit www.plan27.ca.
Enjoy the recordings . . . I’ve got more coming soon from the Channel Partners event that just finished in Vegas.