When it comes to cloud computing, MSPs view so-called partners like Microsoft and Google as bigger competitive threats than other managed service providers, according to a new study from Sonian.
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With their extensive partner programs and reseller compensation schemes, public cloud computing leaders like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, and Google are a channel pro’s best friend, right? Not according to the 327 MSPs who participated in a recent study by Waltham, Mass.-based cloud archiving vendor Sonian Inc. Here’s a look at what that survey says about rising fears within the channel of cloud vendors selling direct to their customers.
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