Monday, 20 May 2013

[TechRepublic] Signs a client may not be ready for managed services

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TechRepublic Member | May 20, 2013

Signs a client may not be ready for managed services

Warning bells should go off in your head if you spot any of these items indicating managed services are not a priority at a prospective client's site. Read more

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