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October 15, 2009 |

N-able Technologies Announces $75 Million Managed Services Investment and Stimulus Strategy

Company plans to accelerate global market adoption of managed services and fuel MSP partner growth and profitability by offering software “freemiums” and programs valued at more than $75 million.

N-able Technologies Announces $75 Million Managed Services Investment and Stimulus Strategy

Company plans to accelerate global market adoption of managed services and fuel MSP partner growth and profitability by offering software “freemiums” and programs valued at more than $75 million.

N-able Technologies, provider of remote monitoring and management software for managed service providers (MSPs) and IT departments, announced that it will make an investment in its partner base via new software “freemiums” and programs valued at more than $75 million.

This market growth strategy and investment in the managed services market was unveiled by N-able President and CEO Gavin Garbutt during his keynote address at the company’s 2009 Partner Summit “Thriving with Managed Services.”

†”We are making this massive investment in our channel partners to ignite the worldwide market adoption of managed services and realize our vision to ensure N-able partners are the most successful MSPs in the world,” Garbutt told MSPs, technology partners, and industry experts gathered for the N-able Summit in Scottsdale, Ariz.

As part of the new channel investment and partner enablement strategy, all N-able partners with a current N-central maintenance and support subscription will receive a matching number of newly introduced free N-central Essential licenses for all N-central Professional licenses purchased. In addition, for a limited time these N-able partners will receive at no charge an equal amount of new N-able Endpoint Security Manager licenses, valid for one year. These new Endpoint Security Licenses provide N-able partners with an integrated and centralized endpoint security module that includes Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam, Anti-Malware, Personal Firewall, and Host Intrusion Prevention for Windows devices.

N-able’s new Essential licenses provide key remote monitoring and management capabilities for non-critical devices such as asset management, monitoring, and terminal services and Web page-based remote control. N-able’s new Professional licenses will deliver the N-central remote monitoring, management, and control feature set plus the integrated Remote Support Manager tool and tactical operational reporting.

“With this investment and the launch of N-central 7.0, N-able partners now have the power and technology to seed the market and help businesses of all sizes eliminate excess IT infrastructure, cut IT costs, maximize network uptime and bolster employee productivity while dramatically improving service levels,” Garbutt said.†

Additional information on N-able’s new N-central 7.0 will be announced next month. General availability is scheduled for December 2009.†For more information about N-able Technologies, visit www.n-able.com.


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