Commentary: Are MSPs Becoming Software Companies?

Cloud management

Managed hosting and cloud computing service provider, Logicworks published a blog recently on why cloud MSPs are software companies. We asked our CTO Alex Bligh and VP of Product Marco Meinardi to comment on it. You can read Alex Bligh’s comments here.
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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Flexiant Cloud Orchestrator

Cloud Services

To grow your business, cloud providers need to continuously innovate, introduce new services and offer features that make life easier. At Flexiant, we aim to arm you with the tools to find new ways to make it easier for you to run and monetize your cloud business, as well as to improve your customer’s experience of your services. As a result, however familiar you already are with Flexiant Cloud Orchestrator, you may not be aware of all it has to offer. Here are five things you may not already know that could be of interest.
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7 Encouraging SMB Cloud Stats Not to Ignore


Gaining market traction can be difficult which is why differentiation of business benefits and technology combined with great marketing is essential for cloud service providers. And that can be hard work. So, if you need a reminder why you are working hard to differentiate, here are 7 encouraging stats from the Odin SMB Cloud Insights Report:
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Zero to Cloud Technology Considerations: Understand, Adopt and Assess

The Ultimate Guide to Cloud
Getting to the cloud can raise many technology considerations around what you already have in place, what your technical strategy is going to be and how your technical team will ensure service levels.

We put together the ultimate guide to cloud – Zero to Cloud – a one-stop guide to helping you whatever stage you might be at on your journey to or in the cloud. Here is the first section for this checklist on technology considerations. It offers a high level overview of things to consider.

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5 More Examples of Service Providers Excelling at Cloud

Cloud Service Providers
Think you’re too late to the cloud market? Think again. By 2018, IDC forecasts that public cloud spending will more than double to $127.5 billion. This forecast is broken down as $82.7 billion in SaaS spending, $24.6 billion for IaaS and $20.3 billion in PaaS expenditures.
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