http://www.channelinsider.com - Research from Softchoice looks at the challenges end-of-life and end-of-support devices pose—problems that companies in the channel can help avoid.
http://blog.smallbizthoughts.com - Just posted a quick video to demonstrate the beauty of recurring revenue.For a GREAT example of creating a bundle of services for recurring revenue, visit my Cloud Five Pack web site and join me at the big 12th Annual Fall Seminar!What is recurring revenue? Quite simply, it's any regularly billed services that you can sell to your clients. My favorite combo includes anti-virus, remove m
http://www.channelinsider.com - IT security opportunities have many complex facets, encompassing advanced analytics, cloud security services, security as a service and more.
http://blog.kaseya.com - IT pros in higher education are faced with challenges peers in other industries don’t usually worry about. In education, there are multiple constituencies which adds to management complexity, including administration, faculty, researchers, an ever-changing student body, and alumni and donors. Beyond that, most colleges are non-profits, so budgets are always an issue. At the same, […]
http://www.channelinsider.com - It's a new era for cloud computing. A survey finds that the rate at which application workloads are moving to the cloud is accelerating.
http://www.channelinsider.com - Sparking the interest of young people (particularly girls) in IT is crucial. CompTIA identifies factors that discourage girls from entering the tech industry.
http://www.channelinsider.com - A new survey from Intel finds that the use of diverse technologies is increasing across the data center—a trend that bodes well for the channel.
http://www.channelinsider.com - CompTIA is rebroadcasting portions of this past summer's ChannelCon 2016 online on Sept. 28 and 29.
http://blog.smallbizthoughts.com - A very patient IT service provider has been exchanging emails with me for more than a week, looking for the ultimate bundle of Managed Service Awesomeness. Most of you have probably bought a book here or a book there, so you don't really need a massive, monster starter-kit for managed services. But if you DO, I may have it for you here.The Really Really Big Big Bundle for Managed Services - 2016