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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week - 12 February 2016

Check out which articles grabbed the most attention this week

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Editor's voice: The week's channel chatter - 12 February 2016

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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PSA pricing isn’t the big ill of managed services

Kaseya bought PSA vendor Vorex, saying the incumbent platforms are too expensive for too little benefit. Pricing isn’t as much of a problem as effective use of these systems and lack of business fundamentals

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M&As an answer for competitive MSP space

MSP talks merging with peers to tackle vertical markets

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Kaseya to MSPs: Cut spending on PSA tools

CEO laments competitors’ customers 'brainwashed' into thinking PSA tools can help drive business

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MSP future raises many questions

What is 2016 and beyond set to bring for MSPs?

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OpenStack: Stacked with challenges, but open for success

Some big enterprises are getting into OpenStack, but what's the landscape like for solution providers?

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Lack of price integrity points to lack of confidence

For managed service providers, regaining profitability means understanding the value of what they sell

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Enterprises calling on managed services for incident response - survey

Arbor Networks survey shows high prioritization of incident response among enterprise, government, education

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How MSPs can compete and win more business

In this opinion piece sponsored by SolarWinds N-able, channel sales manager David Weeks points out some key considerations for growing your MSP business

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Vendor Q&A Series: Paul Zeiter, Zerto

The latest channel exec to sit in the new-look Channelnomics hotseat is Zerto's president

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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week - 12 February 2016

Check out which articles grabbed the most attention this week

hundred-dollars

PSA pricing isn’t the big ill of managed services

Kaseya bought PSA vendor Vorex, saying the incumbent platforms are too expensive for too little benefit. Pricing isn’t as much of a problem as effective use of these systems and lack of business fundamentals

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Why VARs choose the wrong vendors

With the wrong vendor come various pitfalls for solution providers, says Progress Software's Kim King