This VAR had to radically change its business to become a managed services provider (MSP), but another year of triple-digit growth confirms it was the right move.
One thing became very clear by the time this year’s CompTIA ChannelCon ended — this is an organization every VAR, MSP (managed services provider), integrator, and solutions provider should leverage. CompTIA is probably best known for its certifications, and it’s due to those certifications and the revenue they bring in that the nonprofit can afford to so generously serve the IT community.
Healthcare IT continues to evolve and change, and IT solutions providers in this vertical need to address the challenges their clients face as they try to keep up with standards, regulations, and trends.
We compare eleven business continuity/BDR solutions. Which is right for you and your customers?
Small companies face the same cyber threats as their enterprise counterparts, but proper education and the right sales strategy are prerequisites to getting them what they need.
By updating a customer’s legacy tape backup system with a BDR (backup and disaster recovery) solution, a VAR reduced the customer’s data loss threat from one week to less than 1 hour.
Recognizing the unique skillsets between project-based IT and managed services is key to this IT solutions provider’s projected double-digit growth.
A wireless, bar code, and mobility systems integrator is banking on continued double-digit growth coming from investments in training and marketing focused on the Internet of Things (IoT) trend.
Since changing its stance against managed services, this VAR-turned-MSP experienced 40-percent+ revenue growth for the past two years in a row.
A systems integrator wins a $150,000 BDR (backup and disaster recovery) project with a large gaming company by demonstrating the benefits of virtual recovery.