Tag: IT Services Trends

Unified IT service delivery: Future proofing with automation

Unified IT service delivery: Future proofing with automation

COVID-19 has forced all industries to rethink how they work. Now that remote and hybrid work are the new norm, enterprises are concerned about running into technical issues that could hamper productivity. Customers expect MSPs to maintain a unified IT...

/ September 7, 2021
IT leaders start to move past COVID-19 era

IT leaders start to move past COVID-19 era

As organizations of all sizes continue to wait and see how the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic might evolve, a survey of 400 IT leaders at organizations with more than 500 employees suggests IT leaders, in terms of setting...

/ August 19, 2021
Demand for IT services accelerates as economy recovers

Demand for IT services accelerates as economy recovers

A report published by the market research firm Information Services Group (ISG) finds revenue generated from enterprise-class technology, business, and IT services reached an all-time high in the first quarter of 2021. The combined global market for deals that exceeded...

/ April 22, 2021
Four emerging MSP trends for 2021

Four emerging MSP trends for 2021

The year 2020 completely changed the way we work, forcing us to look at and evaluate the efficiency of our processes and identify new MSP trends. Remote work, video conferencing and collaboration tools have transformed the way teams work together,...

/ March 2, 2021
How Neal Bradbury is driving future growth and innovation

How Neal Bradbury is driving future growth and innovation

CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Neal Bradbury, senior director of business development for Barracuda MSP, to its prestigious list of Channel Chiefs, which represents the top leaders in the IT channel who excel at driving growth...

/ February 26, 2019
IT Services Trends
What the rise of DevOps and microservices means for MSPs

What the rise of DevOps and microservices means for MSPs

As is often the case in IT, there is usually a fair amount of revisionist history applied to determining what was the original cause of certain trends. Case in point is a recent survey of 1,850 IT professionals conducted by...

/ November 23, 2016