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    The managed services business model has been around for years. So why can't some IT services firms break their reliance on break/fix work?

    SearchITChannel1,170 pointsBadges:
  • In-house IT clients eyeing the cloud? Are they ready?

    Many businesses now consider cloud computing as a viable IT delivery option. MSPs can help their customers assess whether the cloud is right for them.

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  • When your MSP business is vetting customers, what red flags do you look for?

    Spencer Smith770 pointsBadges:
  • Managed services business model relies on careful client acquisitions

    When it comes to customer acquisitions, MSPs have to be particularly selective. Learn best practices to steer clear of bad clients and wasted time.

    Spencer Smith770 pointsBadges:
  • Mobile service provider

    A mobile service provider (MSP) is a company that offers mobile communication services to users of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet PCs.

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  • Cloud-based service revenue lags among MSPs

    Cloud-based service lines generate a small portion of the typical MSP's overall revenue, with a lack of cloud expertise among the barriers to growth.

    jmoore1425 pointsBadges:
  • 2015 channel events listings

    When making 2015 travel plans, refer to this list of channel events -- including conferences hosted by IT vendors, distributors, industry organizations and vendors that cater exclusively to VARs and MSPs.

    Sue Troy1,010 pointsBadges:
  • RMM software: Should MSPs buy baked-in security?

    MSPs must carefully weigh the pros and cons before purchasing RMM software with baked-in security features. The alternative -- to buy security products separately -- also has its drawbacks.

    ITKE364,180 pointsBadges:
  • What are the popular pricing models for managed services providers?

    The most popular pricing models for managed service providers include the monitoring-only, per-device, per-user, tiered and all-you-can-eat models. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of each model and how to develop your sales presentation accordingly.

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  • N-able by SolarWinds introduces MSP backup manager offering

    This week, N-able by SolarWinds unveiled a new backup offering for managed services providers; CompTIA added IT Fundamentals to its CertMaster portfolio; more news.

    Spencer Smith770 pointsBadges:

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