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I recently read a blog written by a government about how to properly use MSPs in a cloud environment. Now. I am not sure what background this author has but I’m assuming a good number of people read and approved of the article since it was published (for the public to read) on a government website.

I do not like attacking people directly when they have no ability to respond to the allegation but in this case, but I believe the idea raised is so contentious that it must be addressed. So, that is what I intend to do.

I won’t name the person or the organization, but I do intend to discuss the nature of the article and what it purports to encourage: namely, that MSPs ought to behave more like cloud providers.


  • What attributes of the cloud provider ought to be mimicked by the MSPs?
  • How do MSPs and cloud providers interact?
  • If MSPs did not exist, would the cloud provider be able to service the customer?
  • Do we really want MSPs to be more like cloud providers?
Tags : Cloud Computing,cloud providers,MSPs

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