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May 21, 2012

Webinar - MSPNews and RapidFire Tools Announce a Webinar on Cloud Data Protection Solutions

NORWALK, CT (May 21, 2012)MSPNews, a media site sponsored by MSPAlliance, and RapidFire Tools, announced today a Webinar event, “MSP News Product Preview: The MSP's Most Important Tool” live on Thursday, May 24, 2012 at 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT.

The Network Assessment is arguably the most important and versatile service that a Managed Service Provider can offer. There are now inexpensive tools available that allow you to perform this highly valuable service very quickly, and at little cost to you.

This complimentary Webinar will feature Mark Winter, MSPNews and RapidFire Tools VP of Sales, and will provide a presentation on how to use Network Assessments to grow your business. The Webinar will cover the three primary ways that a Network Assessment should be used within the context of your current service portfolio: New Business Generation, Client Audits and Network Change Management. All three of these areas will lead to both improved client service and growth of your business. There will also be a 20-minute technical product walk-through of Network Detective.  See firsthand how to quickly and easily run the non-invasive Network Detective data collection on your client network(s) to generate fully brandable, professional reports. This complimentary webinar will discuss how an automated, secure service in the cloud can remove the burden of managing the complex and error-prone data protection process.

Register now for “MSP News Product Preview: The MSP's Most Important Tool” live on Thursday, May 24, 2012 at 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT.

“TMCnet Webinars are a tremendous resource and an excellent way to provide training on highly relevant topics, and the fact that it is offered at no-cost to attendees is a huge benefit for companies as a way to educate employees without the travel expense” said Rich Tehrani, CEO at TMC (News - Alert). “Webinars are also a great way to introduce vendors to possible customers in a mutually beneficial and informative manner that often leads to productive relationships.”

For more information, please visit www.tmcnet.com.

About TMCnet Webinars
TMCnet Webinars feature live, interactive presentations covering relevant topics, presented by top industry executives. Attendees watch and listen to the presentation as it happens over their computer, and have the opportunity to submit questions to the speaker(s) in real-time. The TMC Webinar program typically attracts 300 to 500 registrants per event.   

TMCnet Webinars are archived and available On-Demand for up to 18 months.

Companies interested in sponsoring their own Webinar event can contact client services at 203-852-6800 or by email at inquiry@tmcnet.com.

For more information about TMCnet Webinars, please visit www.tmcnet.com/webinars.

About MSPnews 
MSPNews delivers MSP professionals and the end user community up-to-date news and headlines on latest happenings in the Managed Services industry. Managed Services Providers (MSPs) play an integral role in the reliability and dependability of IT services. Through network administration, support and centralized services for end customers, MSPs are able to manage IT for clients - off premise, and for a fraction of the cost. Managed services can include IP telephony, VPNs, monitoring and reporting, and more. MSPNews is powered by TMCnet. For more information, please visit http://www.mspnews.com.

About MSPAlliance
The MSPAlliance is the world’s largest Professional Association and Accrediting Body for the Managed Services Industry. As such, we make sure that every one of our members adheres to a strict code of ethics; which means a great deal to the IT Business Consumer. The MSPAlliance is made up of over 10,000 providers world-wide, working together in a vendor-neutral manner to define and promote the Managed Services industry by educating consumers on the benefits of using Managed Service Providers.

Media Contacts:
Jan Pierret
Marketing Manager
203-852-6800 x 228


Edited by Braden Becker