"Application Performance Management" Posts

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 21 Jan 2016

Today’s updates involve a new Citrix CEO; MSP performance management; FireEye’s acquisition; Google Nest & IoT privacy concerns; top vertical MSPs & more.

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MSP Pricing Trends: What’s New, What’s Missing

Kaseya’s latest MSP global pricing survey results reveal some valuable data. But here’s what’s missing for advanced managed services providers.

Coffee Monday

5 Channel Partner Updates: 28 Dec 2015

Today’s updates involve Cloud Nation; Webroot and SMB security; potential buyer for Dell’s Perot Systems; Docker container management; and more.

Coffee Monday

5 Channel Partner Updates: 21 Dec 2015

Today’s updates involve Kaseya’s CEO; Oracle buys Docker management; Amazon’s IoT platform; record year for acquisitions; SPM counters New Relic & more.

AppDynamics and APM: What’s Next for Enterprise Partners

Application performance management (APM) opportunities await VARs, MSPs & systems integrators serving global 2000 customers. AppDynamics’ growth proves it.

PacketTrap RMM Veterans Launch NinjaMSP

The executive team behind PacketTrap, AnchorWorks and other MSP-focused software companies is back with a new RMM platform. Can NinjaMSP succeed?

Top 10 Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) Predictions for 2016

Remote monitoring & management (RMM) predictions for 2016 involving Kaseya, LabTech, LogicNow, Auvik, N-able, TruMethods & other shameless name drops.

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RMM’s Next Wave: Application Performance Management

AppDynamics raises $158 million and hosts AppSphere partner conference. Rival New Relic expands formalized partner program. Here’s what’s next.

Hello, RMM Disruption

New Relic’s application performance management (APM) platform is coming to channel partners now. And at least one MSP-savvy CTO is very impressed.

MSPs are Dead. Long Live MSPs

Say goodbye to the MSP & IT channel conversations you’ve been having the past decade. Time for your business to ante up or get out of the game. Here’s why.