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ChannelVision Jan-Feb 2016

The digital edition of ChannelVision Jan – Feb 2016 issue is now available for online viewing…

ChannelVision Jan – Feb 2016 Reports:

(36) Quantifying Cable’s Impact – Gary Kim
Only mobile has impacted the telecom market more than cable TV providers, and mobile is cable’s next target.

(44) 20 Years An Act – by Gary Kim
It’s been two decades since the Telecommunications Act of 1996, and the telecom business market certainly has seen some changes.

(50) Monetizing MIDIs – by Martin Vilaboy
Reconnect Research has a way for carriers and marketing research companies to benefit from misdials.

(56) The IP Imperative – by John Joseph
Mobile represents the majority of telecommunications revenues, but channel partners have seen limited upside.  Maybe that’s to be expected.

(64) Six Waas Myths Debunked – by J.D. Helms
What you thought you didn’t know about workplace as a service.

ChannelVision Magazine Regulars:

Alternate Views
(6) Buying business

Data Points
(8) Numbers worth noting

Direct Feed
(12) MSP differentiators
(12) Colocation cooling
(14) Manager workflow tool
(18) More cloud, more security
(20) Meet ALBIE

International Agents
(22) European cloud opportunities
(24) Safe Harbor in jeopardy
(28) Cyberthreats of IoT
(32) Global channel news

Channel Management
(68) Channel the messaging

To the Cloud
(70) Agility over strategy

(72) Finger on innovation

(74) Advertiser Index

About ChannelVision Magazine:

ChannelVision is a bi-monthly digital and print magazine, by channel partners selling all manner of voice, data, access, managed and business services (both on premise and “in the cloud”), as well as, technology, gear, and equipment.  ChannelVision is a highly focused and efficient way for service providers, hardware, and software companies to reach experienced channel partners targeting the small/medium business space.  Serving a controlled circulation of providers and indirect distributors of communications, network, IT and cloud-based business services, ChannelVision is telecom’s gateway to perspective on how to adapt, what to sell, and how to sell it.

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