How MSPs Can Profit from Continuous Testing Services
Continuous testing is critical & challenging for enterprise application development teams. Here’s how MSPs can address that market opportunity, according to CA Technologies.
The Modern Software Factory: The Business Imperatives and How Service Providers Can Capitalize
Your customers must build & activate modern software factories to win in their markets. CA Technologies explains where MSPs fit into this new reality.
SaaS Solutions for Service Providers: 5 Business-boosting Advantages
There are at least five key ways SaaS solutions can help service providers capitalize on emerging digital economy opportunities, CA Technologies explains.
5 Channel Partner Updates: Tuesday 08 August 2017
Updates involving appOrbit, CA Technologies, CollabNet, Dell EMC, FedRamp, Staples, Google diversity, Sundar Pichai, Tech Data, TPx, VersionOne & more.
The Unmet Demand for Premium Cloud Monitoring: 451 Research Survey’s Key Findings
CSPs see significant market demand for premium cloud monitoring services. 451 Research and CA Technologies describe the immediate opportunities.
App Experience Analytics Services: MSP Profit Considerations
By delivering application experience analytics services, MSP can gain a foothold in an expanding market. CA Technologies explains how MSPs can get started.
App Experience Analytics: The MSP’s Strategic Digital Transformation Play
Application experience analytics services represent a key way for many MSPs to support customers’ digital transformation. CA Technologies explains why.
Maximizing Cloud Monetization Opportunities: How MSP Monitoring Can Help
Top MSPs like Bespin Global, Fujitsu Singapore & Net One Systems monetize cloud monitoring services. CA Technologies’ Ken Vanderweel explains.
How MSPs Are Evolving: A Snapshot of Partners
MSPs embrace application performance management (APM), VDI, application development & more. CA’s Ken Vanderweel explains why.
Service Provider Tools: Enabling or Inhibiting Business Model Innovation?
Today, many of the tools implemented in service provider organizations are stifling rather than fueling innovation—but it doesn’t have to be that way.