Machine Learning, AI, and How They Drive Profit for MSPs
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Available On Demand
Join Terry Hedden, co-founder and CEO of Marketopia, and Webroot’s Senior Threat Research Analyst, Tyler Moffitt, for an informational session geared toward clearing up misconceptions surrounding AI, machine learning, and what it all means for MSPs and their clients.
Additional topics that will be discussed in the webinar include:
• How AI impacts cybersecurity governance, and how to leverage this space to secure more leads
• How integrating AI into your business creates timely differentiation
• How to capture market share – at higher margins – by effectively leveraging AI and ML
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Terry Hedden, Co-Founder and CEO, Marketopia
Recognized as the founder of one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing MSPs, Terry Hedden is currently the co-founder and CEO of Marketopia, the premier full-service marketing and lead generation agency for the IT channel. Headquartered in Clearwater, Florida, Marketopia services clients ranging from technology service providers like MSPs, VARs and CSPs to industry-leading software, hardware and cloud vendors. The agency leverages enterprise-class technology, US-based outbound sales, real-world channel marketing experience and deep industry relationships to help its clients enter new markets, create a powerful digital presence, build robust pipelines, strengthen partnerships and accelerate results.
Tyler Moffitt, Senior Threat Research Analyst, Webroot, Inc.
Tyler Moffitt is a Senior Threat Research Analyst with Webroot, Inc. He has been with Webroot since 2010 working as a key member of the Threat Research team, immersed deep within the world of malware and antimalware. Tyler is focused on improving the customer experience through his work directly with malware samples, creating antimalware intelligence, writing blogs, and testing in-house tools. Tyler has a passion for hands on learning and likes to spend his time gathering samples from the wild to test and improve Webroot capabilities to handle the latest malware threats.