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Last week, managed services vendor Continuum acquired BrightGauge Software Inc., a maker of reporting and dashboard solutions for MSPs. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it’s safe to assume the money involved wasn’t trivial. So why did Boston-based Continuum make the investment? The answer is as easy as one, two, three once you understand the thinking of CEO Michael George, who discussed that thinking with ChannelPro shortly after word of the BrightGauge transaction became public.
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That’s according to CEO Fred Voccola (pictured), who spoke about those plans, Kaseya’s strategic ambition to sell MSPs everything they use, rising mid-market demand for managed services, and much more in a recent interview with ChannelPro.
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.
A year after launching an all-new channel program, backup vendor Carbonite is offering less complexity, providing more resources for top partners, and spending more time on plans for competing with all-in-one managed service software makers like Datto and Kaseya.
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.
Read on for details about the forthcoming integration between Datto’s networking products and PSA platform, the future of Datto’s web-based management console, and the company’s continued dedication to open APIs.