It’s no secret that the managed services provider (MSP) business is a large market and has been growing steadily. In recent years, it grew by 13 to 16 percent to reach US$60 to 65 billion. The shape of the market continues to evolve and mature. As this happens, MSPs are demanding more, not just from the technology and tools that power their businesses, but also from the vendors that supply them.
When Numa Networks launched in 2009 as a pure-play MSP, they moved from a traditional break-fix IT services model to a proactive approach that addresses on-going customer needs to build their business. Key to their success has been the integration of N-able’s remote monitoring and management (RMM) technology.
Technology changes in the blink of an eye. New products or services are introduced and older versions are obsolete almost immediately. The convergence of mobile, Big Data, and the cloud is setting the stage for a new way of working, collaborating, and leveraging business information.
The true workings of a network are rarely seen and should not be heard. This, in particular, goes for a BDR. The only unfortunate part of this reality is that it is one of the precise reasons why it’s so difficult to sell a BDR solution to a new client.
By Doug Brown
The average acute care hospital environment is typically one of the tougher settings for any handheld mobile solution to thrive and survive. There are generally hard floors throughout, so any accidental drop is going to be met with the maximum impact.
With a backup and disaster recovery solution designed specifically for small business, MSPs now have a technical and financial story to tell, and sell. This paper outlines how Datto ALTO can expand an MSPs customer base and revenue growth with a BDR that addresses the unique needs of small business, from features to price.
While Microsoft makes the most popular operating systems running on servers and workstations in the corporate world, we all know that those systems won’t run smoothly without some level of maintenance. And yet, maintaining the servers and workstations of all your customers might be daunting or even impossible for you to handle.
Bob Stegner, senior VP of marketing, North America, SYNNEX, shares insights into the features and performance commercial businesses are looking for from the computers on their network. SYNNEX is introducing the HP EliteOne 800 as a new part of its line.
The HP 800 all-in-one desktop is the feature-rich workstation your customers need in a form factor that leaves room to spare. The 23-inch monitor can even be wall-mounted for a clean look. Click to learn more.
Channel Transitions, powered by Business Solutions Magazine, is a one-day education and networking conference designed to help VAR/MSP executives learn how to best implement and manage the "as-a-Service" model. The event will feature real-world, nuts-and-bolts, headaches-and-heartaches discussions and success stories on the transition.
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