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Apparent Networks partners with N-able Technologies

Posted on: October 26, 2010

Apparent Networks partners with N-able Technologies

It was a pleasure to attend the N-able Partner Summit held last week in Scottsdale, Arizona where we met up with our newest technology partner and N-able customers looking for value added solutions for their IT service businesses.

It was great to hear what was going on with MSPs today and some of the challenges they are facing. Top concerns amongst the MSPs we talked to included troubleshooting network problems remotely, getting blamed by customers for performance problems out of their control and an inability to look at network specific application performance, primarily for UC deployments of voice and video.  While they have a great platform for remote monitoring and management, they can’t always see into their customers’ networks and this leads to costly truck rolls and on-site troubleshooting.
There were some great fellow MSP solution providers in attendance including: Autotask, Connectwise, Tigerpaw, Intronis, Iron Mountain and Axcient as well as many managed service providers who were very excited about the plethora new technology solutions.

Last week we also announced the new Apparent Networks technology alliance with N-able. Together, we are bringing our MSP partners an integrated solution for comprehensive remote monitoring and management solution for MSP businesses.  With both of our development teams working hard to add significant value in terms of monitoring, managing and understanding performance sensitive applications such as VoIP, Video, IP Storage and virtualization.

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