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Recent articles by LogMeIn Guest Blog 2

Growth Strategies for the MSP Market

If you are a growing MSP, driving upward of $5 million in revenue, you may be in a really great place. If you are still a smaller MSP, I think you have a couple years left to get bigger or you risk being shut out.

Three Things You Didn’t Know About BYOA

LogMeIn commissioned a study earlier this year focused on the impact BYOA (bring your own application) will have on IT businesses everywhere. Here are some of the findings.

Getting your Managed Services Business to $2 Million

A few months ago, I wrote a blog about the benefits of getting your small MSP business over the $2 million mark. Any number of channel partners approached me and asked the altogether obvious question – how do I do it? While there are a million different ways to go about building your business, here are some helpful starting points

MSP by the Numbers

As an MSP, what would I do differently this time than I did the first time around? Here’s my answer.

Leveraging Technology to Impact Customer Culture

How can we influence our customer’s culture with our technology deliverables? And if we have a measurable impact, how much more valuable to our customers are we than the other MSP in the area? With that mind, let’s take a look at opportunities to positively impact company culture through technology.

Branding in the Age of Cloud

Delta does not suffer from a loss of brand recognition as a result of flying Boeing jets, it benefits from the relationship. If you doubt that, imagine how you would feel if Delta announced that they were going to start building their own jets.

Find Your Focus to Make Your Business More Successful

When channel partners focus squarely on their business, they generally succeed. The trouble comes from trying to solve every problem for every potential customer, and not focusing on building a value proposition that to effectively sell to a targeted audience.

Generation User – The Next Evolution of Managed Services

The way people work has fundamentally changed. The way business works is different. The subsequent opportunity is massive and when you think about it, it’s right in front of your face. So let’s focus on what is different, and what it means going forward for your business.

The 3 Essential P’s of Channel Partnerships

MSPs need to recognize three core tenants to look for when establishing vendor relationships that will drive value and create lasting partnerships. I like to call them the three P’s of partnership. They are: Product, People and Program. The goal should be to find vendors that have all three Ps well covered.

The Move from Availability to Productivity

The impact the cloud will have on channel MSPs and those who have not adopted the MSP model is a common topic today.  Some believe the cloud spells the end of the road for up to 60 percent of SMB channel partners, while others think the number is much lower.  Regardless of different predictions or projections

BYOD Is More Than Tablets: SMB Growth Opportunity for MSPs?

There is little debate that mobile technology has become an indispensable tool for small and medium businesses (SMBs). And while mobile devices might be most synonymous with the bring-your-own and consumerization tren