Who Will Win the Golden Boot in the Cloud Wars?

The ongoing 2018 FIFA games being held in Russia have already given the world the first set of surprises – Germany losing to Mexico, Argentina and Brazil drawing their respective games to relative underdogs, and Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi—five times voted the world’s best player— misses a penalty!! Unpredictability in the leader quadrant and the ability of the smaller players to rise to the occasion have made an early impact on the World Cup and similar trends have been seen in the ever-present Cloud War.

AWS’s capability to offer innovative, scalable and dynamic cloud infrastructure has made it the most successful provider in this space. My first impression from the AWS Analyst Summit in Mumbai was that of a giant with one of the most extensive partner networks. AWS is financially strong, has an evolving service portfolio and is working closely with Fortune 500 companies to co-innovate. While AWS is garnering a growing base of happy clients, they have been faced with perceptual challenges in client services, response time to issues and price has turned many of their loyal to its nearest competition, Microsoft Azure.

Microsoft is gaining ground quickly under the leadership of CEO Satya Nadella and a “cloud first” initiative. They are building their own huge global cloud network and their reputation for delivering business-aligned productivity solutions (WW SMB spending on services like Office 365 are expected to grow at a CAGR of 25% to $40 Billion by 2022), is increasing their cloud user base. At a recent event, Microsoft took pride in taking us through their “Garage” in Hyderabad, which is their hub for open innovation. While competing with AWS, Azure continues to enjoy a reputation for superior service quality, a robust productivity suite, a stronger-by-the-day partner network, and a solid cash flow. However, they seem to be battling a perception war on innovation. A stronger PR initiative and thought leadership is the key to overcoming these obstacles.

Internet giant Google has been busy expanding its public cloud services under the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Google’s initial reluctance to commit adequate resources to the cloud compounded its struggle to rival competitors. A transformation was needed and boy what a transformation it has been. What I noticed at the 2018 GCP Summit in Mumbai, was an increased investment by GCP in data-centers, robust global networks and an increased focus on security. However, GCP must strive harder to sharpen its B2B strategies and build a robust partner network/strategy, targeting MSPs, CPs, SIs and ISVs, to compete with Azure and AWS in India and the ASEAN region.

For quite some time, IBM roundtables and strategy summits have been focused on Watson, intelligent cloud, servers, and systems. However, IBM’s substantial existence in all aspects of the IT services space limits its appeal to other players seeking cloud partnerships. Moreover, when separating cloud on its own merit, their vision is somewhat misty, which continues to cast a doubt whether the firm is really a true contender in the cloud war.

While AWS can be compared to the “German Football team” – a well-oiled, ruthless, fighting machine which will steamroll anything it’s path; GCP is the quite come from behind team. GCP is more relaxed, confident, intelligent and a competent giant which is preparing itself to face the storm. What stood out to me at these summits, was Microsoft and its legacy of strong delivery capabilities, which is more like the erstwhile “Brazil Football team” possessing demeanor plus aggression and super skills up-its sleeves.

According to AMI-Partner, globally, about 22 million firms are planning to allot more of their IT budgets for hosted/cloud solutions as opposed to on-premise IT products and services. The war is not yet over, but for the time being, AWS and Microsoft are the two front runners in a heat to the top spot. And when you are considering the cloud wars in the APAC region, watch out for my review on Alibaba Cloud!! This company will surely be a force to be reckoned with.

~Kishalay Choudhury, Director

Accelerate Cloud Migration Success with The Right Tools

Take any business today, and they are likely to have at least one of their workloads running in the cloud. More and more businesses are making the move, with email and productivity being one of the first workloads to be migrated. Cloud migration brings new levels of agility, scalability, and cost efficiency to an organization, but the process can be challenging without the proper tools. It is imperative for an organization to setup a well-designed process before initiating the migration. Without suitable planning, the migration is likely to take longer, cost more, and fail to provide the expected benefits.

Small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) generally lack IT resources and expertise and often look toward Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to aid in the migration process. As mentioned earlier, SMBs typically migrate their email and related productivity tools as the starting point for their move to the cloud. WW SMB spending on services like Office 365 are expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 25% to $40 Billion by 2022. More and more SMBs are relying on trusted partners like MSPs to lead them and provide ongoing support as they traverse unknown territory. MSPs, in turn, are collaborating with vendors that can provide the right solutions to bring the benefits of the cloud to their customers.

In a recent study conducted by AMI-Partners, we uncovered several benefits that MSPs accrue by using the right tools and processes when migrating their customers’ emails and related data to the cloud. This study was an expanded follow-up to AMI’s 2015 email data migration tools study. The results of the latest study were published on June 12th, 2018 in our whitepaper titled Accelerate Growth and Profitability with Office 365 Migrations and Ongoing Cloud Services: How MSP-ISV Partnerships Are Empowering Small and Mid-Sized Business in The Cloud. The study focused on vendors that offer email migration tools, such as BitTitan, Microsoft, SkyKick, and region-specific vendors such as CloudMigrator365 and CodeTwo in Europe. Continue reading “Accelerate Cloud Migration Success with The Right Tools”

Moving Towards an Era of “Everything-as-a-Service”

We are living in an era where everything can be availed with a click or a tap. Whether it be cab services, entertainment, food, hotel stay, software applications, IT services or anything in between. In other words, all services and products, that are not yet, will soon be available “as-a-service”. This model is known as Everything-as-a-Service or “XaaS” in the IT world. Its origin comes from various technology-based products, services and applications that can be accessed through the internet or via a traditional purchasing and delivery mode.

Everything as a Service (also referred to as “Anything as a Service”) has evolved in recent times. This is due to the popularity of the cloud and expanded through various “as-a-service” (aaS) models such as infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS), software-as-a-service (SaaS) and many more.

It all began with SaaS. From there, various service models have evolved. Then along came the cloud enabled environment where any device, service or technology solutions could be delivered on a pay per-month model or simply based on the amount of usage by the consumer. These services can be accessed over the internet or through a traditional delivery model. Some examples of such as-a-service models in recent time are Device-as-a-Service, Personal Computers-as-a-Service and Printer-as-a-Service among many other bundled services offered on a pay-per-use basis.

Three levels of a Cloud-based Service Model

With the explosion of data now be capture, there is an increased need for more data analysis and it is essential to make this data relevant for businesses. Most companies are eager to adopt this model and plan to migrate to cloud based infrastructure if they have not already.

There are some key reasons for the migration to a cloud-based model.

  • Be it hardware, software or services there is a reduction in overall cost, maintenance, time consumed by their IT staff in day-to-day IT activities with a cloud-based model.
  • All new applications and technologies are developed and supported by the cloud. Hence, it is easier for the businesses to adopt by just downloading an application.
  • By handing over all the IT related services and maintenance to a cloud-based model, companies can utilize all their capabilities to develop and expand their business.

XaaS leads to Digital Transformation
Globally, the XaaS model has been expanding and getting more traction from all vertical industries and service sectors. XaaS has covered all possible services and solutions be it technology-based services or day-to-day requirements ranging from food-delivery to baby care services and everything in between.

Some major reasons for XaaS as a business model to grow and expand worldwide are:

  • Now a day’s work isn’t confined to the office or to fixed office hours. Rather the modern workplace has a growing number of mobile workers who need to connect with their client and business associates 24/7. These workers need near real-time updates. With the changed work culture, the everything-as-service model will develop and grow.
  • For a company to further their journey on the digital transformation path, they need more flexibility, agility and scalability. All of these are essential for any company to accomplish this transformation. XaaS allows any company to select the service package that is suitable for their present business needs with the option to make any changes as their needs evolve.

 The Future
Everything-as-a-service has vigorously disrupted the traditional business model and given a significant advantage to those businesses that are eager to take their environment to a higher level.  The as-a-service model will not only provide more opportunities to managed service providers (MSPs) but also more challenges. MSPs will need to cater to the growing needs of their customers developing and suppling more customized solutions and on-demand models that will be able to meet the more varied needs than are presently required.

This model offers equal business opportunities for channel partners who with their strength of customer knowledge, can be important players in the changed business environment. A hybrid business ecosystem with equal opportunities for all the stakeholders will be available through an everything-as-service model there by improving overall business efficiencies. With the continuation of new technologies and innovations to come, the everything-as-a-service model will continue to gain more traction and will flourish in the coming years.

~ Arpana Bharti, Research Analyst

Artificial Intelligence is Lending a New Dimension to BPO Managed Services

AI or Artificial intelligence is a rapidly emerging technology in today’s world. Literally everyone wants to automate repetitive processes to gain maximum output, efficiency and cost reduction.

So, what is AI? Artificial Intelligence is a way of making a system, a computer-controlled robot, or a software think intelligently, in a similar manner to which intelligent humans think.

Artificial Intelligence is indeed a highly interesting field of study but also presents many questions? Will Artificial Intelligence ultimately overtake human intelligence? The question of robots holding human beings ransom has already been explored by many popular science fiction authors. Only in the last month, Sophia, a lifelike robot who was the first to get a country citizenship (Saudi Arabia) emerged at a Techfest in India and answered several questions; including a marriage proposal!

AI finds widespread usage areas

Artificial Intelligence has multiple areas of application within fields like information technology (IT), inform-ation technology enabled services (ITES), business process outsourcing (BPO), media, telecom, education, healthcare and defense.

Let’s focus on AI applications within the IT/ITES/BPO sector. Indeed, due to the emergence of AI capabilities in BPOs, services managed by BPOs are finding a new dimension.

AI can make a paradigm shift within the BPO sector

In the coming years, AI capability will be a key criterion in selecting an outsourcing vendor. Currently, close to 70% of BPO engagements in India are based on traditional models, these are likely to undergo transformational changes in the future. A direct impact of this transition towards AI in BPOs will be a 15-17% decline in India’s outsource services industry workforce by 2021. The impact of automation is likely to be mainly on the less-skilled worker. However, companies might move the freed resource from volume-driven work to value-driven and complex jobs thereby adding value to their organization. This will significantly enhance the productivity and efficiency of BPO firms.

All BPO Service Providers incorporating AI and or automation capabilities, at the earliest, are set to gain huge benefits from this emerging trend; mainly due to the lower cost advantages of AI. Many analysts are predicting the AI market will grow by a substantial 50%+ over the next five years.

Service Providers are now implanting AI tools within client premises to troubleshoot basic PC-related infrastructure issues such as PCs not booting up, login issues and virus problems. These may seem to be easy fixes but are indeed a pain point for a company with a PC installed base in the thousands!

 RPA: A key capability needed for outsourcers in the future

Nowadays, more and more companies include ‘Robotic-Process-Automation (RPA) capability’ as a criterion when researching Outsourcing Service Providers. The latter are considering an onshore + automation solution as a substitute to a purely offshore one. They also consider the compliance aspects and productivity benefits of using robots over humans. On a positive note for RPA, this capability can permanently alter the business and pricing models in the ITO/BPO spheres. RPA also allows BPO providers to come up to speed and offer new services to existing clients.

Due to RPA impact, RPA capabilities offered by the service provider (SP) can well be the deal-maker in terms of deciding outsourcing contracts. Traditionally, greater manpower was needed earlier to complete a large volume of work. The emergence of RPA has changed this equation. With enhanced automation and greater processing capacity than humans, routine and rule-based work can be done far more rapidly, thus adding greater value. Emergence of RPA has created a cost differential in outsourcing engagement models.

RPA: An opportunity to extract better value from their staff

Despite the emergence of AI, traditional outsourcing will not become obsolete soon. In fact, RPA is expected to strengthen existing relationships. Deloitte Business-Process-as-a-Service (BPaaS) is investing heavily to further develop its existing RPA capabilities. It has already established several strategic alliances with companies offering RPA platforms, e.g. Automation Anywhere, Open Span, Grid Infocom and Bizagi. To hone its RPA capabilities and push further innovation in its engagements, Deloitte is developing an innovation & automation lab in its Woodmead office in Johannesburg, South Africa. This lab will house state-of-the-art facilities and will have the capability to offer clients a live demonstration of its latest automation tools and smart technologies.

Automation Impact: Innovation will win the battle!

The key advantage will be gained by those investing in the next wave of opportunities, not those stubbornly resisting innovation and obsessively trying to protect legacy business models for whom the death knell has sounded.

Firms with greater IT infrastructure management needs will manage them through better cloud-based orchestration tools. Now, the onus in the service industry is shifting to using only people for tasks requiring human skills unable to be replicated by software. The trend is snowballing as more tools for RPA and autonomics management are being widely adopted by enterprises & service providers alike.

Because of these innovations, service providers really have no options. Their very competitiveness is at stake and they must adopt Intelligent Automation aggressively if they want to remain viable for ambitious clients and competitive with their counterparts.

~ Subrata Sarkar

VSAT – a Key Medium in Today’s Connectivity Ecosystem for India

The Current Ecosystem: A Wild Rush of ISPs to Provide Faster & More Data at Less Cost 

The Connectivity ecosystem in India is set for a paradigm shift with service providers literally falling over each other to woo consumers into accepting their voice and data offerings. “Free data”, “Unlimited Data”, “Minimal Payment”, “Fast 4G Uploads & Downloads” are some of their advertising catch phrases!

VSAT Remains in its Place

Within all this clamour, VSAT (very-small-aperture-terminal) or satellite broadband steadily holds its place. This type of system has some key advantages. It is a highly secure connectivity medium and connects widely scattered regions. It acts literally as a saviour for end-users seeking connectivity in different remote locations where other modes like DSL, Fiber Optics, 3G and 4G are simply not available.

The key advantage of VSAT is that it provides “always-active” and uninterrupted connectivity. Thus, VSAT is ideal for those businesses that require uninterrupted connectivity and real-time access for mission-critical applications. For these businesses, 100% uptime is a “must”.

Hughes Communications India Limited, a leading VSAT service provider in India, has stated, “Broadband satellite solutions are ideal for businesses that need high-quality and always-on data, voice, and video connectivity virtually anywhere, and which terrestrial networks cannot always deliver, especially in remote locations. Because satellite offers a true alternate communications path it is also ideal as vital backup for organizations that cannot risk outages due to the vulnerabilities of terrestrial networks.”

The backbone and main advantages of a VSAT system comes down to two vital applications:

  • Providing terrestrial broadband
  • Providing branch connectivity through Wide Area Networking.

 

 

 

 

Some Interesting Applications of VSAT!

Here are some unique cases where VSAT is possibly the only connectivity alternative in the absence of alternatives.

Deep into the Sunderbans (a dense forest – actually the world’s largest coastal mangrove forest) a Non-Governmental Organization runs a small school in a remotely located village. Yet it utilizes Smart Classrooms with E-Learning being its integral part. Internet connectivity is its backbone. However, none of the usual ISPs provide internet connectivity in this location. The only panacea for them is a VSAT solution.

At a popular, yet remotely located tourism resort in a hilly area in Northern India the tourists always request internet connectivity to keep in touch with their family and friends; yet no usual connectivity line is available due to its remote location. Once again, a VSAT comes to the rescue and is the only connectivity option available to the resort-owner.

A small pharmacy in Arunachal Pradesh (a remote state in Northeast India) needs connectivity for medicine ordering, stock updates, and interaction with its distributors. Here too VSAT is the only connectivity option available.

An engineering & construction firm focusing on the utility sector is working in a remote village in Rajasthan setting up a solar energy project. It needs connectivity to sync with its headquarters, branches and its remotely located employees. Once again VSAT is the only available option.

VSAT is Highly Entrenched within the Large Enterprises and Some Other Niche Sectors

Large enterprises often utilize VSAT as an effective tool for connecting their branches and locations across wide geographical areas. Some other areas where VSAT usage is significantly high are the banking sector (for connecting branches and remotely located ATM sites) and offshore oil & gas exploration.

The India government foresees a Digital India in the future, whereby all citizens (even those in remote villages) will enjoy the benefits of better connectivity. VSAT is the key tool that can provide the magic touch of connectivity to remotely located rural areas and thus facilitate vital applications like healthcare, e-Governance, e-learning, and rural banking to name a few.

SMEs an Unexplored Yet Latent Sector for VSAT

AMI has investigated the usage of VSAT by the small and medium enterprise (SMEs) sector and finds that the key hurdles to VSAT adoption by the SME sector are threefold.

  1. There is a seeming lack of awareness regarding VSAT in general.
  2. An apprehension about the proper value proposition of VSAT.
  3. A general lack of knowledge about VSAT’s various aspects.

This is clear from some of the queries voiced by SMEs related to availability, customization, pricing options, training, services and channel partners.

Due to the sheer size of the SME universe in India as well as globally, there is a huge latent market for VSAT adoption in the future.

VSAT for the Future, there are Numerous Opportunities 

The onus is on the VSAT service providers who need to dispel the fear and apprehension in the mind of the  prospective customers especially the SME sector that has a highly unmanaged IT infrastruc-ture. Channel Partners are the only route to reach out to this sector, due to their wide geographic dispersion. Joint campaigns by VSAT service providers and their Channel Partners in specific geographies can play a highly positive role in the propagation of the benefits of VSAT.

There are some challenges related to the regulatory and licensing environment that has impeded growth prospects of VSAT service providers. Some knots need to be smoothened related to questions about extent of Foreign Direct Investment and amount of Satellite bandwidth available. Authorities like ISRO, TRAI and DoT can play a vital role in these areas. Once these issues are sorted out, there is no doubt that the VSAT market in India can leapfrog to new heights.

~ Dev Chakravarty

Managed Security Market Gaining Strength by the Day

Many companies have been the victim of cyberattacks including Malware, Denial-of-Service(DoS) and Ransomware. A recent example being Equifax, where hackers were able to get personal and confidential details of approximately 143 million people. SMBs are more vulnerable to these attacks due to a lack of expertise and budget. Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are leveling the field for SMBs and LBs by providing these specialized security services. The Managed Security market is growing exponentially with the rise in cybercrimes and security threats. Business factors such as meeting the needs of compliance and data protection laws, budget constraints, lack of in-house expertise and increased adoption of cloud services are shaping the future of the Managed Security market.

According to AMI’s Global Model, SMBs around the world are spending approximately $11 Billion on Remotely Managed Security, which is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14% by 2021. The increasing demand from SMBs is the key driver for this growth. As the services offered by SMBs increase, the need for high-level security for sensitive and confidential information is also expected to increase. AMI’s MSP study shows that 22% of an MSP’s total revenue is generated by providing Managed Security Services to clients and it will continue to grow. This is a great opportunity for MSPs to expand their security offerings.

 Region wise, North America is expected to remain the largest market for Managed Security Services as most managed security service providers and technology vendors are based in the US. The U.S. is expected to account for 92% of the market by 2021 for Remotely Managed Security Services.

Challenges:

Data is the new currency in this era and that is the biggest challenge for Managed Security Providers. As the data increases, MSPs find it difficult to provide scalability due to the lack of integration between various security platforms and tools. There are no pre-packaged technologies that fit all the security needs of various types of businesses. These security needs are business specific and require considerable time, effort and monetary investment.

From a SMB’s perspective, there is always a risk involved with the handling of critical information through a third-party security provider, including the risk of sensitive information getting into the wrong hands. So, establishing trust with these businesses is a big challenge for MSPs. Additionally, according to the MSP study over 60% of Managed Security Service Providers find it challenging to maintain close relationship with vendors.

Expectations from Vendors:

MSP’s share in overall revenue for the vendor is growing quickly as SMBs shift their focus to core business offerings and outsource all other IT services required to run the business. Certainly, MSPs are expecting competitive prices and premium customer service from vendors. Additional selection criteria include:

  • Delivering technologically superior platforms and tools compared to other competitors in the market
  • Highly scalable and customizable technology solutions according to the customer’s needs
  • In addition to technology, vendors are expected to carry all the relevant certification and audit credentials to be compliant with the data privacy and security laws especially in regulated verticals such as Healthcare, Banking, etc.

These are a few of the many challenges and selection criteria uncovered in AMI’s MSP study. This research demonstrates that expansion of managed security offerings such as Endpoint Security and Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) could be a major contributing factor in the growth of the managed security market. MSPs should pay attention to several growth factors such as flexibility for changing requirements, high level of automation, regular security testing, quick customer support and the ability to provide end-to-end security solutions. Taking steps in these directions will help MSPs to stay on top in this competitive market.

~Ankit Mehta, Associate

Got MSP?

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are upping the stakes in the current cloud land grab. By rapidly expanding their portfolio of service offerings they expect to capture larger share of wallet. Their customers are aligned with this approach as they seek out full-service providers able to meet all their technology needs.

A Growing Market

By 2021 MSPs will deliver close to 25% of all technology products and services globally, up from 18% today. This is an impressive business transformation story – thousands of IT resellers and systems integrators (most of them small companies with less than $10M in revenues) have displayed a clear vision and competent leadership in enhancing their organizations’ capabilities and infrastructure to keep revenues growing in this challenging business climate.

The number of MSPs worldwide will grow from 50,000 to 75,000 between 2016-2021, with the total IT products/services they deliver growing from $500 billion to over $1 trillion during the same time.

Their services portfolios, which initially included pure infrastructure services such as storage, security essentials, compute power, web hosting, and application hosting, have now grown to include value add and higher margin services such as disaster recover/business continuity, e-discovery, vulnerability assessment, compliance management, application management, SaaS, and mobile device management among others.

Business Challenges

Despite being in a high growth business, MSPs face tough challenges which require constant attention and fine tuning of their business models. Some of the top challenges are:

  • Differentiating their services from those of other MSPs is a top priority to counter margin erosion and hyper-competition.
  • Absorbing newer technologies, tools, and solutions, packaging them for client consumption, and providing follow up services requires a constant learning and training.
  • Investing in datacenters is yet another critical challenge, which is often detrimental to smaller MSPs.

How Technology Vendors Can Help

Technology solution vendors that are supplying to MSPs can often play a big role in helping MSPs address these challenges. By fully understanding the nature of MSPs operational and business needs, vendors can design their products and programs to enable their MSP customers to win in the market-place.

Key features can be built into products and programs to make them a nuts-to-bolts solution, or packaged to work with other third-party solutions typically used by MSPs. Examples of the types of features that MSPs would like vendors to include in their solutions are:

  • Automation of overall solutions architecture.
  • Automation of customer on-boarding and migration processes.
  • Dynamic and predictive throughput/capability scaling.
  • Performance monitoring and predictive dashboards and controls.
  • Vertical industry-specific sales, marketing, and technical know how.
  • Vertical industry-specific compliance and reporting features.
  • Online university – modular online training videos and certification.

These are some of the insights we have uncovered in our tracking of the worldwide MSP segment. For additional insights and a detailed description of our MSP tracking service and various deliverables click here.

Alternatively, please email John Rezac (jrezac@ami-partners.com) for more details or to schedule a webinar that will walk you through our MSP coverage and insights.

~Deepinder Sahni, SVP

5 SMB Pros and Cons for the Cloud

You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have, the facts of life. The feeling of nostalgia for that staple of 1980s television The Facts of Life notwithstanding, the good and the bad can be applied to that ever-expanding network we call the Cloud. At an event hosted by Rackspace, your intrepid blogger was brought up to speed on recent developments and how the company is working toward its corporate goal of being “The preeminent IT services company in the world”.  The cloud is the primary focus of Rackspace and numerous competing companies all over the world. There are challenges to face but also opportunities to seize. Let’s look at the challenges that Rackspace identified with the cloud and then put an SMB focused lens on reasons for subscribing or not subscribing to cloud solutions.

All data equal?
SMBs are putting data on the cloud

Top Challenges

The topics on analyst day covered all facets of the Rackspace portfolio and numerous employees shared their subject matter expertise. Additionally, several customers shared stories about their transformation with Rackspace and how their business has changed over the years. The cloud presents both an opportunity to customers as well a challenge and we’ll see that difference in position can be a matter of perspective. Continue reading “5 SMB Pros and Cons for the Cloud”

MSPs to capture $1.0T in ICT spending by 2021

Large numbers have a certain aura to them. We almost disrespect these figures by using abbreviations. One trillion dollars written out looks like $1,000,000,000,000 and for those wondering, such a sum would weigh approximately 10,000 tons (9,071.85 short tons) when carried around in the largest denomination US currency currently in circulation, the ever popular $100 bill. To have such transportation and storage problems… For the sake of preserving the “0” key, we’ll stick to the $1.0T abbreviation for the rest of this piece, but there is no shortening the drive of MSPs to capture an increasing share of global information and communication technology (ICT) spending across the SMB and Large Enterprise space.

MSP spending capture growth
$1.0T in spending capture… that’s a spicy meatball

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How are MSPs winning?

There are a host of factors contributing to the rise in MSP spending capture toward the $1.0T plateau. As with any business, Continue reading “MSPs to capture $1.0T in ICT spending by 2021”