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Hardware as a Rental Services: Jenne Partners with GreatAmerica

Jenne is the latest distributor to embrace Hardware as a Rental (HaaR) partner financing models from GreatAmerica Financial Services.

Friday’s Exit Strategy: 14 MSP Valuation KPIs to Know

As a starting point for small business valuations, many folks focus on EBITDA. Here are 13 other MSP valuation KPIs & variables from Service Leadership Inc.

CompuCom Device as a Service: Will Small MSPs Emulate the Model?

CompuCom’s device as a service launch is PC vendor-agnostic and includes managed services. Will smaller MSPs follow suit?

Dispatches From Mexico City: Who’s Buying The Tamales?

For many people here in Mexico City, January 6 is a bigger deal than December 25. Here’s why.

Friday’s Exit Strategy: How Entrepreneurs Become Prisoners In Their Own Businesses

You started your business to achieve personal and professional freedom. But the very company you built became your prison. Here’s how to escape. Again.

Ingram Micro Cloud’s Jason Bystrak Joins eFolder for Global Partner, MSP Push

Ingram Micro Cloud veteran Jason Bystrak joins eFolder as VP of worldwide channels & distribution. eFolder pursues business continuity alliances worldwide.

IBM Layoffs 2018: 10,000 Staff Cuts in Global Technology Services (GTS)?

IBM may lay off 10,000 employees from the Global Technology Services (GTS) team, according to a report about alleged IBM staff cut plans from The Register.

Lexmark Hires Lenovo Channel Chief Sammy Kinlaw

Lexmark hires Lenovo North America Channel Chief Sammy Kinlaw as VP, worldwide channel and OEM sales, the printer company confirms.

Veeam Data Protection, Business Continuity Gain Enterprise Momentum

Veeam’s enterprise revenues surge, but Channel Chief Kevin Rooney must balance SMB backup relationships with MSPs & CSPs to head off Datto & StorageCraft.

VMware Layoffs 2018: ‘Small Percentage’ of Staff Cuts at Virtualization Company

VMware confirms layoffs to start 2018, though the VMW staff cuts involve only a “small percentage” of employees at the virtualization company.