General Computing Magazine

  1. Top Opportunities In Education In 2014

    Experts identify the hottest IT trends and topics facing the education market.

  2. A Marriage Of Technology & Profitability

    Each year, we give you this guide with one purpose in mind: to educate you on the latest trends in the most lucrative verticals out there, while providing a handy partner program reference to some of the leading vendors in the market today. Why this combination?

  3. A “No BS” Approach To Growing Recurring Revenue Sales

    This MSP’s 4-step business strategy, which is based on KPIs (key performance indicators) and years of hard-learned lessons, is resulting in 55%-plus service-based profit margins.

  4. Grow RMM Sales With MDM Services

    MDM (mobile device management) is a must-have service for many of your customers and a great way to increase your monthly recurring revenue — if you take the right approach.

  5. Your Customers’ Data: Restored In 30 Minutes

    An MSP becomes an NHL client’s biggest fan after restoring 9TB of mission-critical data in 30 minutes.

  6. RMM For Healthcare Product Comparison

    Business Solutions examines how RMM providers address the specific needs of the healthcare vertical.

  7. Bundle IT Services With Physical Security Sales

    Honing its vertical market expertise and integrating IT solutions and services with physical security sales are keys to this physical security integrator’s projected 20% growth.

  8. 4 Steps To Becoming A Trusted Virtualization Advisor

    This $9 million MSP’s projected 17% revenue growth is coming from its foray into selling virtualization solutions and services to the SMB market.

  9. Remote Management Improves MSP Business

    STI Computer Services can better serve clients, and do so more profitably, by providing remote security audits and hardware troubleshooting.

  10. Convert Break-Fix Customers To Managed Services Through MPS

    Addressing a community health center’s printer, copier, and fax environment with a managed print service (MPS) contract was a key prerequisite to selling managed services.