Join Us Today: Managed Security Services Webcast

Join Us Today: Managed Security Services Webcast

Our next MSPmentor Live webcast is today (Wednesday, October 20) at 2:00 p.m. eastern time. During the live webcast, our guest speakers will describe how you can potentially double your managed security revenues in 2011. I hope you join us since we'll answer dozens of attendee questions during the discussion. Here's a closer look at our guest speakers and what we'll cover.

Here's the rundown...

Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2:00 p.m. eastern

  • Topic: How to double your managed security revenues in 2011
  • Guest Speaker 1: Gerard Kane, CEO, MSP Services Network -- a master MSP that serves dozens of regional VARs and MSPs
  • Guest Speaker 2: John Endter, president of E Squared C, a top security solutions provider in Nevada
  • Guest Speaker 3: TJ Alldridge, marketing manager, Trend Micro (the event's sponsor), offering additional partner trend insights
  • Moderator: Yours truly, once again posing attendee questions to our speakers
  • Join Us: Registration is simple for this MSPmentor Live webcast

Five Reasons to Register Now

  1. Honest Advice: Gerard Kane is an outspoken MSP leader. Got a question? He'll answer it.
  2. Competitive Insight: John Endter competes successfully in Nevada, where the economy has been especially hard hit.
  3. Next Moves: TJ Alldridge can tell you where Trend Micro's MSPs are heading next. Hint: The next opportunity pushes beyond security.
  4. Dollars and Cents: Per user or per device pricing? We'll cover that and more.
  5. Interactive Dialog: We cover dozens of attendee questions during our webcast. Join us and pose your questions.
Thanks so much for your continued engagement with our online events and media brands.

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