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This doesn’t have much to do with Online Backup, but I found it to be interesting – Rc. Many of the Web sites we visit every day are under cyber attack by malicious hackers looking to disrupt business transactions, discourage people from using a particular online service or exact payback for some real or perceived […]

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  Join Rob Cosgrove for live webinars on RBS’ new Partner’s Portal. The Partner’s Portal contains advanced tools and resources for all Partners. There’s a file sharing system, a graphics conversion tool, an advanced customization and branding tool, a code signing tool, hosting for your Client installers and automatic updates, an email server for your […]

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  Start your own self-hosted Online Backup Services for as little as $350 with our new Monthly Subscription Licensing model. Under the new Subscription Licensing, the RBackup Online Backup software is free to use. Instead of buying the software you can buy blocks of Monthly Licenses. Monthly Licenses are different from Permanent Licenses in that […]

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If you’ve ever been to a startup event, you’d be awed by the intriguing ideas entrepreneurs come up with — revolutionary jumps that change the way we think about the world, or small incremental ideas that make us relearn everything we know about friends, work, or even coffee. It’s pretty hard not to be awed. […]

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Many years ago, a fantastic accounts manager taught me about the proper mix of opportunities to work with to maximize success. Essentially, there are two types of accounts: Elephants, and Ducks. Elephants are large corporations, and the rest are Ducks. If you spend all year hunting for Elephants, your chances of success will be slim, but the payout will be large. If you spend all year hunting for Ducks, and you'll have some success, but the payout will be small. The trick is to have a good mixture of Elephants and Ducks in your list of prospects. If you are a small company, you shouldn't be afraid to go Elephant hunting, but large companies shouldn't forget about the Ducks, either.

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