Circle Three Dates: What's Next In Managed Services?

MSPmentor is working on three separate managed services webcasts for the next few weeks. The webcasts cover everything from SaaS considerations to good old remote hardware management strategies. As you may have heard, we cover dozens of attendee questions during our live webcasts. Here's a look at the lineup.

Please join us for...

  • April 21, 2:00 p.m. eastern: Remote Hardware Management Strategies. Featuring customer cases studies from two growing MSPs: Tom Beckman from IT Authorities and Jay Muraglia at Base2. Tom and Jay will each describe how they remotely manage customer hardware  -- even after hours -- without requiring any end-customer assistance. Also, we'll review some real world ROI information for the customer deployments, which involve Intel's vPro technology. Intel will be on hand to answer additional questions.
  • May 5, 2:00 p.m. eastern: On-Premises vs. On Demand MSP Software. What variables should MSPs keep in mind as they consider on-premises vs. SaaS-based managed services software? This  conversation is especially timely, considering Nimsoft earlier today launched Nimsoft On Demand -- a SaaS alternative to Nimsoft's traditional on-premises option. During the webcast, a Nimsoft On Demand beta tester (that is, an MSP like you) will share his decision process and answer attendee questions.
  • May 19, 2:00 p.m. eastern: Kaseya 2 - First Mover Case Studies. As you may recall, the Kaseya 2 platform, launched in February 2010, has on-premises and SaaS options. Early adopters of both the SaaS and on-premises components will share their experiences and answer your questions throughout. Also, Kaseya will be on hand to answer additional questions.
Thanks again for your readership and participation in the MSPmentor Live: Webcast series. We really appreciate the interaction.

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