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10 Hot Technology Trends For The MSP Market: Datto Report

From how MSPs find new clients to the biggest trends in cloud and security, here are the ten biggest technology trends in Datto’s new Global State of the MSP Report.

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Most Important MSP Cloud Trends

Many MSPs expect to move critical client workloads off local hardware now or in the near future, according to Datto. Approximately 38 percent of MSPs said they expect a moderate decrease in on-premises servers, while 19 percent expect to see a significant decrease over the next three years.

However, on-premise hardware isn’t going away. Forty-three percent of MSPs expect on-premises workloads to stay the same or even increase in three years. Additionally, 44 percent of MSPs said they do not maintain a data center, instead opting to use a cloud provider for offsite compute and storage.

Just over 50 percent of MSPs use Microsoft Azure, followed by Amazon Web Services at 28 percent and Google Cloud at 22 percent. In terms of the biggest cloud challenge, 80 percent of MSPs pointed to various cost concerns around cloud migration.

Adoption of cloud services among MSPs is growing, especially around Microsoft services. MSPs said that 62 percent of their clients are currently using Microsoft 365 cloud services and they expect that 70 percent will be using them within two years. Windows server and desktop virtualization implementation is rising at an even faster rate, although a smaller percentage of clients are currently using those services.

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