Cloud service management for cloud providers
- May 26, 2015
EMC's pending acquisition of Virtustream would create a new cloud service business and opportunities for consultants, integrators and service providers
- January 21, 2015
To keep pace with their customers' increasingly complicated, hybridized environments, service providers employ a range of new and developing tools.
- May 08, 2014
IT system management and RMM tool vendor Kaseya is rolling out changes to its channel partner program aimed at increasing sales among IT organizations.
- March 17, 2014
Adtran offers up a managed Wi-Fi support service, the ProCare Help Desk, to offload Wi-Fi-related tasks from MSPs and the businesses they support.
- May 22, 2013
The MSPAlliance introduces new cloud insurance program, offering extended liability coverage for providers and peace of mind for customers.
- February 23, 2012
Wholesalers and software vendors are building cloud ecosystems with smaller cloud providers and MSPs that are hungry for customers but starved for resources.
- August 03, 2011
GreenPages teams with CA, BMC on management-as-a-service for end user devices.
- July 15, 2011
At WPC 2011, Microsoft revealed how channel partners can cash in on cloud security problems with Redmond’s new modules and value-added services.
- October 25, 2010
Managed and cloud services got a boost from the recession, and managed service providers (MSPs) and vendors need to have the right strategies in place to build a revenue-generating services business, so ACG Research launched a new practice to help ...
- November 18, 2009
Professional services automation (PSA) software can take the headache out of running an IT services shop, and using it in a cloud computing platform can be kinder to your budget.
- September 09, 2009
The cost, space and energy savings MSPs might gain by hosting services in the cloud rather than in their own data center are tempered with concerns about network visibility, security and management of multiple applications.
- March 03, 2007
Running applications globally prompted clothing maker Helly Hansen to try something different. The Norwegian company went with managed Private IP from Verizon.