Managed Services Magazine

  1. Encrypt Your Customers’ Mobile Devices
    6/14/2016

    This MSP migrated a nonprofit customer to a new encryption solution for its mobile devices.

  2. Turn A Backup Scare Into A Managed Services Sale
    6/14/2016

    An MSP turns a medical practice’s BDR (backup and disaster recovery) failure into a $1,500-a-month managed services deal.

  3. Expand Your Line Card
    6/14/2016

    How does your line card compare with that of your peers? More importantly, where are the highest margins and most revenue?

  4. Are You Keeping Up With Your Customers’ Changing IT Needs?
    4/13/2016

    This solutions provider’s expertise and business acumen enable it to respond quickly to market trends and customer demands and expect year-over-year double-digit revenue growth.

  5. 3 Marketing Mistakes MSPs Make — And How To Fix Them
    4/13/2016

    If you really want to stand out from your competitors, you need to avoid common marketing pitfalls that keep prospects from getting to know your company and the value of your expertise and solutions.

  6. Win Out-Of-State Managed Services Deals
    4/13/2016

    This MSP’s banking industry expertise helped it land a $2,500-per-month contract with a bank two states away from its headquarters.

  7. Product Comparison: Endpoint Security Solutions 2016
    4/13/2016

    We evaluate eight different endpoint security solutions. Which is best for you and your customers?

  8. Product Comparison: RMM Software 2016
    3/22/2016

    Which RMM is right for you? We compared eight of today’s leading platforms to accelerate your decision making.

  9. Stop Turning Away Lucrative UCaaS Sales Opportunities
    2/11/2016

    One of the best — and often missed — opportunities for increasing your monthly recurring revenue is adding Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) to your managed services offering.

  10. Differentiate Your MSP Practice With Security Expertise
    2/11/2016

    This managed services provider is increasing its average project revenue by 25 percent by becoming a security expert.