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JUNE 18, 2019: MVP Network Consulting, LLC has been named as one of the world’s premier managed service providers on the prestigious 12th-annual Channel Futures MSP 501 rankings.

Every year, MSPs worldwide complete an extensive survey and application to report their product offerings, growth rates, annual total and recurring revenues, pricing structures, revenue mix and more. MSPs were ranked according to a unique methodology that weights revenue figures according to how well the applicant's business strategy anticipates trends in the fast-evolving channel ecosystem.

Channel Futures is pleased to name MVP Network Consulting, LLC to the 2019 MSP 501.

11th Annual MSP 501 Identifies World’s Most Forward-Thinking MSPs & Leading Trends in Managed Services

June 29, 2018: MVP Network Consulting ranks among the world’s 501 most strategic and innovative managed service providers (MSPs), according to Channel Futures 11th-annual MSP 501 Worldwide Company Rankings.

The MSP 501 is the first, largest and most comprehensive ranking of managed service providers worldwide. This year Channel Futures received a record number of submissions. Applications poured in from Europe, Asia, South America and beyond.

As it has for the last three years, Channel Futures teamed with Clarity Channel Advisors to evaluate these progressive and forward-leaning companies. MSPs were ranked according to our unique methodology, which recognizes that not all revenue streams are created equal. We weighted revenue figures according to how well the applicant's business strategy anticipates trends in the fast-evolving channel ecosystem.

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Hertel Avenue has scored another mural, thanks to the combined artistic approach of illustrator Mario Zucca and Zoom Copy. In case you’re wondering, this is not your standard mural application. Instead of having the work painted on the side of the building, the idea was to have it printed and applied. “A while back, I talked to Ikram Massabini (MVP Network Consulting) about applying a mural on the side of his building,” said Zoom Copy owner Rory Allen. “The wall begged for something, and Ikram agreed that a mural would be appropriate for the blank wall.”

Buffalo, NY (July 20, 2016) – MVP Network Consulting is pleased to announce that Buffalo Business First – has named MVP to the list of Fast Track Companies in 2016. These are companies that have shown growth in sales and employment over a three-year period. MVP as well as the other winners will be honored with awards at an event on August 18, 2016.

“For years, through economic ups and downs, we’ve published an annual list of companies that are the very best performers in local business. They nail their numbers, with impressive growth rates.”  ~Buffalo Business First

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MVP Best Practice

MVP Best Practice has been developed to make sure our partners make the correct technology decisions.  The notion that it’s a good idea to move data and applications to public cloud providers, or even private clouds, is not always true. In the majority of cases, using public clouds adds a great deal of value, however, in certain instances, cloud computing doesn’t make sense.

No technology is a good fit for everything.  Yet both, people and companies, like to treat new technologies as a universal silver bullet, using it where it does not make sense — a mistake they’re repeating now with cloud computing.

How can you determine if Cloud Computing is right for your company?

For almost every small business the benefits of Cloud Computing will either streamline their operation, provide better remote access, or simply save money.  Some businesses are fortunate enough to be able to move their entire operation to the Cloud, others can only move a portion.  So the better question to ask is: 
How much of my operation can be migrated to the Cloud?

For businesses with simple operations, often their entire infrastructure can be migrated to the Cloud.  For example: if your business runs with nothing more sophisticated than email, Office documents and QuickBooks–there’s no compelling reason to maintain an in-house server: these systems can be cost effectively migrated to the Cloud.

For businesses with more sophisticated requirements, software applications that are not cloud-friendly, or high amounts of data (IE: terabytes), a hybrid-cloud solution is great way to leverage the benefits of Cloud computing without breaking the bank.  For example: a business with a high volume of large, graphically-intensive files may opt to keep this data on-premise where it can be cheaply stored and efficiently manipulated, while migrating their email, Office documents and accounting software to the Cloud to reduce the number of in-house servers to maintain.