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Continuum Cloud Console Helps MSPs Support SMB Clients

Screen Shot 2014-05-01 at 7.02.00 PMContinuum, a channel-exclusive provider of integrated managed IT services solutions, has launched Continuum Cloud Console (C3), a new Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) management platform.

Designed to help MSPs create, manage and monitor virtual servers on behalf of their SMB clients, C3 also enables MSPs to easily support cloud infrastructure from a single platform. MSPs also can more effectively manage hybrid environments with infrastructure on premise and in the cloud.
“At Continuum, we understand that the cloud revolution is a disruptive element to the traditional IT services industry and our MSP partners,” said Michael George, CEO of Continuum. “With the launch of C3, Continuum is making it possible for MSPs to deliver cloud technology very efficiently to its clients and at the client’s pace and readiness, making them relevant in today’s cloud economy and solidifying the future of the channel.”

Continuum’s fully integrated Remote Management and Monitoring (RMM) and IT services solution gives MSPs the opportunity to take advantage of public cloud infrastructure managed from Continuum’s existing IT Support portal.

Continuum is providing MSPs access to a variety of educational training sessions and enablement tools to help them sell and market the managed cloud services offering. Technical expertise will be available from a 24×7 network operations center. C3 is available to Continuum partners through a Pay-as-You-Grow Pricing Plan.

“C3 has exactly what our clients require, and for us, it has an intuitive, easy-to-use interface,” said Dan Wilson, President/CEO at Waypoint Solutions Group, a company managing clients’ critical IT environments and infrastructure since 2003 and partner of Continuum. “As a beta customer for this product, we’ve been impressed that Continuum has listened to our feedback and delivered on features that will make our technicians more efficient and allow us to easily bring our clients to the cloud.”



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