Managed services
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Fight IT commoditization with differentiation that matters - partner

Clients care more about money and efficiency than IT jargon, an MSP says


Help desks still needed in cloud-focused world - MSP

MSP says cloud has taken away necessity of some services


HIPAA ignorance an advisory opportunity for MSPs

Partner says medical sector is uninformed about business-threatening HIPAA rules


Office 365 concerns creating Microsoft 'haters'

Partner shares MSP worries over cloud focus, making profits


AWS MSP program partners talk intense application process

Six partners join AWS' program after third-party audit

Road to city

Evolution to as a service a rocky road for VARs

The much-discussed service provider route does not come without repeated bumps in the road for solution providers


ConnectWise acquires connection to the desktop

Acquisition moves ConnectWise closer to being a one-stop shop for all things managed services

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Channel players need to embrace ‘Outcome Economy’

Darwinian principles reign supreme in the channel, as elsewhere; for solution providers, getting ‘fit’ might mean focusing on managed services


MSP market saturation may lead to smaller players being dumped by vendors

Smaller players need to ensure that they don't fall prey to solution provider consolidation by vendors

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eGuard snaps up fellow MSP NewTeq

Hopes to develop geographical reach


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Editor's voice: the week's channel chatter - 17 April 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Symantec steals spotlight amid M&A mayhem

As tech and security boardrooms take on a distinctly Wall Street-like vibe, Symantec wrestles with restructuring decisions around Veritas and its own security assets

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Help wanted: MSPs struggling to find good talent

Hiring the right engineers especially difficult, MSPs say