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5 Channel Partner Updates: 15 February 2017

Updates: Avaya, Avnet Technology Solutions, ConnectWise, IBM, Jigsaw24, Konica Minolta, root6, ServiceNow, SolarWinds, Uplevel Systems, Veeam, Vembu & more.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: January 30, 2017

Updates: All Covered, Avnet, Gravitas, H5 Data Centers, Harris IT Services, independenceIT, interworks.cloud, Linedata, SAP, Tech Data, Technavio & more.

Rise of Metro Area MSPs: Here They Come

Early MSP mergers aspired to create national IT service providers. But today’s mergers and acquisitions instead pursue metro area MSP dominance.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 20 September 2016

Updates: All Covered, Autotask, ConnectWise, Continuum, EiQ Networks, Jenne, Nutanix, Safetica, Vault America, ViaWest, Virtual Instruments, Zerto & Zetta.

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Join Us: Top 100 Vertical Market MSPs Webcast

ChannelE2E will unveil the World’s Top 100 Vertical Market MSPs during our June 16 webcast. Pose your questions to All Covered & StoneHill. Register now.

Konica Minolta Buys Mobotix for IP Security, Video Surveillance

All Covered’s parent plans to blend physical and personal security with IT security, pushing MSPs deeper into healthcare, manufacturing and more.

DaaS 3.0: Workspace As a Service Shows Progress

Desktop as a service (DaaS) has evolved into workspace as a service (WaaS). Several platforms are catching on with MSPs & strategic IT service providers.

Technology Mergers and Acquisitions

The Secret to a Successful IT Services Provider Merger

Cogent Growth Partners describe variables in the M&A market, and the trait that helps to decide whether a potential merger or acquisition is worth pursuing.

Synoptek Continues IT Managed Services Buying Spree

Synoptek, backed by a key private equity firm, buys EarthLink’s IT services business for $29 million. Why more private equity dollars will hook MSPs.

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3-D Printing Market: Not So Hot

Some 3-D printer makers are struggling to grow. And 3D Systems is exiting the consumer market. What does all that mean for managed 3-D print services?