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SMB Community Podcast by James Kernan

Focused 100% on IT Service Providers and SMB IT Consultants. The SMB Community Podcast is produced by Karl W. Palachuk and the Small Biz Thoughts Technology Community. Dedicated to the success of every IT professional. Episodes drop every Thursday. Hosts include Karl W. Palachuk, Amy Babinchak, and James Kernan.

Apr 3, 2019

I was happy to interview Harry on the official announcement of his new book – How to Be An MSP. It is now officially released. In this interview, Harry also announces another new adventure: A serious focus on the cannabis industry as the largest new vertical opportunity for the next ten years.

Harry is also launching...

Oct 4, 2018

This SMB Community Podcast features my brother Manuel, discussing his new Agile Service Delivery philosophy and training.

Basically, Agile Service Delivery applies the principles of “agile” to the industry of managed services. As Manuel says, we stop managing people and start managing the work.

One of the big...

Sep 13, 2018

I had a great interview with Josh Peterson of Bering McKinley ( about the state of our industry and what small IT consultants need to be paying attention to. Our first topic was actually unplanned. We just started talking about what we’re seeing as we travel around the country and...

VSP Offers Individual Vision Insurance for Self Employed

Sep 28, 2017

VSP – Vision Service Plan – has a great Individual Plan for people who are self employed.

I worked with VSP to create a white paper about preparing for retirement when you’re self employed. After all, it’s a lot different from folks who receive a regular paycheck.

In this video, I interview Al Schubert from VSP....

May 8, 2017

Mark Smith
 is the Executive VP of EH Media, publisher of ChannelPro magazine, as well as CEPro, Commercial Integrator, Security Sales and Integration. In a former life, Mark founded Windows NT magazine.

As I’ve mentioned in several settings, I’m a big believer that all the really fast-moving technologies are...