The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) represents a union of patients and doctors, physicians and researchers, care and cures in the pursuit of better, longer, richer lives for patients.
Correcting commonly made security mistakes is the quickest and least expensive way MSPs can start helping their customers navigate today’s threat landscape.
This MSP’s commitment to following smart business practices sets it apart from competitors and has led to nearly 10 years of year-over-year double-digit growth.
An MSP replaces a biomedical device company’s on-premises legacy server with Microsoft Office 365 and finds multiple upsell opportunities along the way.
Six ways service providers can better align their business model with today’s most in-demand data storage option.
Security is top of mind of most people in the channel today, driven by a climate of political unrest and constant change in technology, science, and worldwide relations. What constitutes security can vary based on the situation, the individual, or the enterprise, but what is continually relevant is the need to foster a realistic sense of security and a plan of action.
As most MSPs can attest to, building and maintaining a successful business means establishing your expertise and authority as a business partner. Doing that involves constantly showing the customer the value of the services you provide, communicating with them on a regular basis about the health of their IT assets, and not being afraid to have difficult conversations when they are warranted.
There’s no doubt the Internet of Things (IoT) will eventually take over the digital universe. By 2020, IDC predicts there will be more than 210 billion connected devices available, with at least 30 billion actively communicating online. Sensors are expected to number in the trillions within the decade.
In today’s market, MSPs have that perfect client in mind when they step out their door to make a sale: one that pays thousands of dollars a month for our services.
Chris Kossifos, Managing Member of CK Technology Group, took time recently to speak with Business Solutions Magazine about the benefits of deploying an open platform IP system.
As technology continues to advance, managing and analyzing massive data sets just can’t be accomplished by humans alone. It requires huge amounts of memory and storage, as well as the high-speed processing power of the cloud. Machine learning is a process that applies advanced mathematical algorithms and powerful computing capabilities to quickly and efficiently analyze those data sets and identify patterns.
A year ago, we accurately predicted cybersecurity threats that have since been realized, from attacks that targeted the presidential election to the continued onslaught of ransomware. Awareness of cyber threats may be at an all-time high, but attacks are still both prevalent and successful. Nonetheless, for the first time ever, we witnessed a minor year-over-year decrease in the volume of malware. In part, the decline can be attributed to the increased security awareness mentioned, but it also reflects changes in cybercriminal tactics.
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Managed services are outsourced services for which the management and responsibilities are handled by a service provider. Some common managed services include professional services automation (PSA), remote monitoring and management, mobile device management, business applications, postage, transportation, database management, information services, communication services, and many more. Nearly any piece of software or business application available today can be offered as software as a service (SaaS).
A managed service provider (MSP) is an individual or organization that handles the management and upkeep of a provided service and is responsible for delivering and maintaining the service. Managed services often operate on a near-fixed or flat monthly payment model, sometimes with an initial up-front cost for setup which creates a consistent revenue stream for managed service providers. MSPs may often use a Vendor Management System (VMS) to provide both parties with detailed analytics and data about the services being provided. In addition to the VMS, the deployment and control of customers' managed services is often done with specialized software known as Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) software. The MSP business model has become more common due its success and the consistent revenue stream that it provides. Some value-added resellers (VAR) also offer products and services with a similar recurring-payment model.
Many government agencies use managed services and many fortune 500 companies take advantage of them as well. Managed services can replace the traditional off-the-shelf resale method, but switching poses many challenges including a more complex billing process and a new sales process which is more service based.
In this market intelligence session, Technology Futurist Ian Khan explains the benefits and challenges in adopting cloud computing. Learn how to overcome your customers’ objections. MSP MasterClass is presented by SherWeb, Microsoft and CompTia.
To acquire new customers, MSPs need to develop core marketing capabilities. Sharka Chobot, Chief Transformation Officer at Neural Impact, will teach you how to develop a packaged offer that separates you from the pack. MSP MasterClass is presented by SherWeb, Microsoft and CompTia.
Today's buyers do their own research and are well informed before they start working with a sales professional. In this session, Mark Stuyt, Founder & Chief Engagement Officer at Neural Impact, will help you adjust your sales strategies to the new buyer's behavior. MSP MasterClass is presented by SherWeb, Microsoft and CompTia.
Join Dana Willmer, Principal at CloudSpeed, as he explains why MSPs must have industry-specific solutions to sell to their customers. Learn how to build packaged offers and monetize your workflows. MSP MasterClass is presented by SherWeb, Microsoft and CompTia.