Managed Services Article Archive:
This week’s On Point column looks at the newest vendor projects to hit the market that aim to simplify and enhance how your business does business.
Dell resellers can look forward to enhancements of Dell’s MSP channel program, according to executive director of worldwide channels and alliances Marvin Blough.
If there’s one truism in managed services, it’s that pricing is inconsistent. What’s needed is a reality check on pricing baselines and identifying what the market will bear.
The new 2014 Channel Profitability Report by The 2112 Group finds that solution provider net revenue climbed in 2013 despite the profitability of products and services falling – in some cases dramatically.
Many managed service providers are clinging to the notion that they are distinctly different from peers selling various forms of cloud services. The reality is smart solution providers are leveraging and melding the power of various products and services to create hybrid business models that deliver better outcomes.
Businesses need more than just Skype to communicate these days. In this week’s On Point column, we focus on communications solutions through the Web, the cloud and even a robot on wheels.
Managed services tools vendor GFI MAX released App Control, a new system that allows MSPs to monitor and manage cloud-based applications and licenses on behalf of their customers. It’s also a sign of how managed services will evolve and become part of cloud computing.
Blackstone, one of the world’s largest private equity firms, is paying $225 million for a majority stake in Accuvant, one of the largest security solution providers. The deal shows how planning creates value, attracts investment money and leads to greater success.
AVG is looking to accelerate the expansion of its managed services unit by segregating its sales teams into different functions and creating dedicated resources for enabling and support MSPs on a business level.
RSA, the security division of EMC, says businesses are spending too much money on ineffective antivirus products. Instead, they should invest their cash in advanced protection mechanisms and services, such as its Security Analytics. Here’s why RSA is right and wrong at the same time.