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March Webinar: Add Value to Your MSP with Cloud Services

on March 20, 2012

Coming to “the end” of your time as a Managed Services Provider (MSP)? Looking for a way to “break on through” your business doldrums by adding cloud services? Then register for this month’s informative webinar and learn a bit more how cloud-based services can help your business thrive.

Webinar: Riders on the Storm: Adding Value to Your MSP with Cloud Services

Thursday, March 29, 2012 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM BST

Registration link:

This informative webinar will focus on the steps you need to take to add value to your MSP by becoming a Cloud Solutions Provider.  Learn how you can add cloud services to your overall provider package and some of the major pitfalls to avoid, while growing your business and increasing profits.

Join us with special guest Paul Byrne, from ChannelCloud, and Seth Oxhandler, CEO of Cool Cat Inc., as they guide you through these “Strange Days” of cloudy weather.

Paul has been in the IT industry for almost 20 years and is in a unique position in running both an MSP business as well as being CEO of ChannelCloud UK/Ireland. This experience brings with it exceptional insight into why MSP’s need to embrace cloud instead of feeling threatened by it.

Founded in 1990, Coolcat, Inc. operates an internationally recognized security practice specializing in forensics, ethical hacking, application, perimeter and penetration security testing. Coolcat, Inc. currently serves over 850 customers in the United States, Canada and Europe.

Registration link:

Feel free to browse our library of previous webinars: at our resource site for MSPs, MSP Business Management:

Register today and add value to your business with cloud services!

Eli Garimund March 22, 20123:49 am

Clever name! I think this would be a good webinar to suggest to management to attend in addition to IT professionals in order to see how beneficial a move to the cloud can be, and without having to put too many resources in question. Is the content level appropriate for non-IT professinals?

scott calonico March 22, 201210:22 am

hey eli,

Thanks! We’ve got another musical titled webinar in April. These webinars are more strategic in nature than a hard core technical break down. Be sure to register. If you can’t make the webinar, we’ll email you a link so you can listen to the recording.

Manolo Von Dertec March 22, 201211:36 am

Hi Scott. Is this a free webinar or do I have to be an existing GFI customer? Or do I have to purchase something from GFI in order to attend it? I’ve been looking for this type of webinar. I’m in the process of getting my cloud computing certification – sponsored by my employer. What I’m doing now is researching and studying all things related to the cloud as it may came up during the actual and written examinations.

As we all know, cloud computing is rapidly growing in popularity. My current employer thinks cloud services will do great things to us – especially we being a Managed Services Provider.

Scott Calonico March 22, 201211:39 am

Hey manolo,

As with all our other webinars, this is 100% free and, as we say in the States, no purchase requied. We try to keep these webinars very strategic and talk about solutions, rather than specific products.

We try to leave about 15-20 minutes at the end for Q&A, so be sure to register for your invitation. Hope to see you there!