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Plenty of news with immediate implications for channel pros came out of Kaseya’s 2019 Connect IT event in Las Vegas this week, including the company’s acquisition of dark web monitoring vendor ID Agent; the launch of new enablement programs aimed at helping partners launch security, compliance, and backup practices; and the introduction of a new network discovery and documentation service from IT Glue.
Attendees—and ChannelPro—got a glimpse of what’s ahead for Kaseya as well, however. Here are five big things the company’s MSP partners can expect to see coming their way in the future.
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CharTec, CloudJumper, Connect Booster, EventTracker, Liongard, and newcomer RocketCyber all used the recently concluded conference as a launching pad for news about new solutions and services.
ChannelPro had the chance to catch up with Domotz, Untangle, and ChannelForce at the recent SMB Forum in San Jose, Calif. From IoT to networking to sales management, see what they have in store.
At the managed services vendor’s Navigate conference this week, CEO Michael George (pictured) walked attendees through what he contends is an inescapable set of both existential threats and massive opportunities for managed service providers
Jay McBain, principal analyst for global channels at Forrester Research, outlines 10 ways VARs, MSPs, solution providers, and system integrators can make money with the Internet of Things today.
If you simply can’t get enough vendor news from this year’s CompTIA ChannelCon event you’re in luck. We’ve got one last round of updates for you from ESET, ID Agent, Intermedia, and Barracuda MSP.