We are available to deliver keynotes and present our research, technology trend forecasts and perspectives at your customer and channel events. We’re also available to moderate panels and roundtable discussions, providing an independent voice to your event’s dialogue.
Rare among IT analysts, Walsh writes as skillfully—and perceptively—as he speaks. That ability, coupled with his unflinching willingness to state unpleasant truths, have made Walsh’s contributions to The 2112 Group’s Channelnomics website must-reads.
Ingram Micro SMB 500 Invitational
Kaspersky Partner Roadshow
Lenovo Partner Workshop
Sophos Sales Kickoff
The 2112 Group’s CEO and Chief Analyst Larry Walsh leads though-provoking discussions with expert guests on a wide range of technology and business topics including: cloud computing, information security, business analytics, the Internet of Things (IoT), and much more.
Larry Walsh moderates this CEO Roundtable on The Telemedicine Revolution: Big Data, IoT and 5G Leading the way. Read More
Larry Walsh sits down with IM Executives Alain Monie, Paul Bay, and Nimesh Davé to discuss the power of the cloud.
Larry Walsh discusses trends in the channel, including the top challenges that MSPs are facing.
BSMtv interviews Larry Walsh, tells how low risk tolerance — or no risk tolerance — can cripple a managed services provider.
Larry Walsh discusses the future of managed services and where the market is headed.
Cloud Conversation with Diana Mirakaj, what companies should be doing now in order to succeed in the world of cloud.
US Customer Conference 2013 – Growth: The Managed Services Imperative. Read More
Listen to Diana Mirakaj talk about how important it is to look ahead into the future in this Cloud Thought.
In this short interview, MSP Consultant Richard Tubb talks with Chris Gonsalves, Vice President of the 2112 Group, about how the world has changed for managed service providers.
The 2112 Group’s Chris Gonsalves discusses how sales and customer relationship management is the managed services imperative, and what MSPs need to do to capitalize on the managed services model now and in the future.