Channel Partner Insight will be hosting an exclusive webinar on 5 March to unearth how MSPs can thrive and win in a market that is rapidly shifting towards hybrid IT infrastructures.
Our webinar, sponsored by Schneider Electric, will explore how resellers and MSPs should be adapting to this shift and where they should be investing.
What new challenges does managing a hybrid cloud environment present, and how should they be overcome? And - perhaps most importantly - how can you make sure a hybrid model remains profitable?
We will be joined by a Schneider Electric, as well as a leading MSP that is already managing hybrid cloud environments, to hear how the channel can keep pace with cloud's rapid pace of change.
You can register for our webinar here.
Public cloud has fundamentally changed the way we communicate with each other, store our information and use devices, enabling us to live more dynamic, flexible and mobile lives.
With the growing popularity for public cloud also came hasty predictions that on premise infrastructures would become a thing of the past; once-proud owners of expensive datacentres would frantically look to sell up as their on premise infrastructure became irrelevant.
But, despite the unceasing hype around public cloud over the last 10 or so years, any tech CEO from any major vendor will today tell you the same thing: the future of cloud is hybrid.
The first unsettling tremors of this conclusion are starting to be felt by the channel. All of a sudden, running a customer's infrastructure has become a lot more difficult as providers look to upskill sales and technical staff on public cloud and on premise infrastructures at the same time.
Further complications around data privacy and cybersecurity risks, as well as the rise of technologies such as the Internet of Things, big data and artificial intelligence, means providing a managed service is now more complicated than it has ever been.
We will explore how resellers and MSPs should be adapting to this shift towards hybrid infrastructures. What should they be investing in? What new challenges does managing a hybrid cloud environment present, and how should they be overcome? And - perhaps most importantly - how can you make sure a hybrid model remains profitable?