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In the News

|April 23, 2015
Endpoints are on the rise
The recent survey instigated by Autotask found that 62% of MSPs are already managing between 100 and 2,500 endpoints and expect this to grow exponentially. For this reason, 54% of respondents are increasing their focus on endpoints.
It appears that endpoint management has become an important point of emphasis among managed service providers (MSP). A recent survey conducted by Decision Tree Labs on behalf of Autotask, the 2015 Managed Services Market Study, asked over 1,800 MSPs about their business.
A new Autotask survey finds MSPs more focused than ever on managing endpoints, and using remote monitoring and management (RMM) services to meet the ongoing demand of managing cloud-based services.
MSPs across the board derive their revenue from a variety of business lines, including break/fix and IT project work, according to an Autotask study. Is the pure-play managed services business model an elusive dream?
Penton Technology’s MSPmentor 501 annual list ranked Base-2 the top managed service provider (MSP) in New Zealand for the third year running.
What do customers value most? A new Autotask study shows they value quality first, followed by the personal touch and the working relationship provided by their IT services provider. MSPmentor explores the study's other findings here.
Managed services providers (MSPs) are more focused than ever on managing endpoints and using remote monitoring and management (RMM) solutions to increase visibility and scale to meet the ongoing demands of managing cloud-based solutions, according to a new Autotask survey of MSPs.
Press Releases

|April 15, 2015
Autotask Introduces Autotask Wallboards
Technology service providers are increasingly using presentation monitors or wallboards to share critical business performance metrics and increase transparency and efficiency. To support customers with this effort, Autotask Corporation has created Autotask wallboards, which showcase real-time analytics on monitors throughout offices.
As Autotask Corporation prepares for its annual conference, MSPmentor takes a look at the last year's big news, as well as checks in with one of Autotask's top executives about what's coming.
Autotask Corporation is tackling this issue head-on in its next Twitter chat. Jason Lehr, director of technology and infrastructure at Autotask, will host the discussion via @Autotask on Wednesday, April 9, 2015 at 10 a.m. ET.
Press Room In the News

|March 20, 2015
Autotask Community Live! 2015: Here's What You Need to Know
Autotask has released the agenda for this year's Autotask Community Live! (ACL) conference. What should managed service providers (MSPs) expect at the event? Here's everything you need to know.
May 17-19, 2015 Autotask Corporation will host its eighth annual Autotask Community Live! conference at the world-famous Trump National Doral luxury resort in Miami. This year features business strategy tracks combined with in-depth product training that is completely customizable by role and experience.
With March Madness around the corner, we pick the Elite Eight bracket of IT elements that will help you lead your IT organization to victory. We also narrow the list down the Final Four and pick an IT champion.
Little has been said on the practicalities for network administrators of preparing for the Internet of Things bombardment - Information Age asks the experts how they should be steeling their networks for the task ahead.
In the News

|February 26, 2015
2015 CRN Channel Chief Len DiCostanzo
Len DiCostanzo, Senior Vice President, Community and Business Development has been named a 2015 CRN Channel Chief.
With technology, distinguishing true statements from bogus claims can be difficult. As a buyer, you know you need certain features – like reliability and compliance from your cloud service provider. There's usually no shortage of companies claiming to be experts and seeming to have the right answers. But when you dig deeper, it becomes obvious some companies can't live up to their promises.
Autotask, a company traditionally associated with IT management software, is now moving into endpoint management to further its portfolio.
Press Releases

|February 18, 2015
IT Training Around the World in 90 Days with Autotask
Getting closer to customers is a key focus for Autotask Corporation in 2015. Product training and business building events are being held in a number of cities across the globe through May. Autotask customers and prospects can attend these events at no cost to learn how to maximize their investment in Autotask and build a more profitable managed services practice.
Autotask's new user interface (UI) is now generally available, but what does it offer managed service providers (MSPs)? Here's everything you need to know.
Autotask announced today that the latest release of its IT business management platform featuring a highly anticipated, reimagined user interface is now complete. The deployment process to customers began with a limited beta release in November 2014. Customers are raving about the increased efficiency and ease of use as well as its role-based, human-centric design.