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N-able Technologies Named Best Remote Monitoring and Management Vendor by ChannelPro-SMB Readers

Global RMM Leader Takes Top Spot in Industry's Only SMB-Focused Readers' Choice Awards

OTTAWA -- (Marketwire) -- 06/01/12 -- N-able Technologies®, the global leader in remote monitoring and management (RMM) automation software for managed service providers (MSPs) and IT departments, today announced it has been named Best Remote Monitoring and Management Vendor in the ChannelPro-SMB 2012 Readers' Choice Awards. The accolade is the first of its kind for ChannelPro-SMB and was based entirely on reader submissions.

"It's a great honor for N-able to be acknowledged by ChannelPro-SMB readers as the vendor of choice for remote monitoring and management automation," says Gavin Garbutt, president and CEO of N-able Technologies.

"We have made significant investments to bring to market an unrivaled automation platform and suite of services that are proven to eliminate SMB road blocks for adopting managed services and to enable our MSP partners to achieve 100 percent IT coverage across all SMB markets while delivering exceptional service levels to their customers," expresses Garbutt. "This recognition is a great testimony to the growing success of our partners and further strengthens our commitment to excel and lead in all we do."

In the first quarter of 2012, readers of ChannelPro-SMB cast their votes for today's most SMB- and partner-friendly products, technologies, services, programs, and professional organizations in the channel. For each category, readers were asked to select the option that best satisfies the unique business requirements, work styles and budgets of their small and midsize business clients, as well as those that best serve their own partner organizations. The multiple-choice survey drew participation from nearly 1,000 VARs, MSPs, systems integrators, custom builders and IT consultants.

"Our readers are as passionate and selective about the tools they choose for their businesses as they are about the technologies they offer to their SMB clients," says Cecilia Galvin, executive editor of ChannelPro-SMB. "We were gratified to see such a high level of enthusiasm for the survey on the part of our readers, helping us compile the first rankings of their kind for SMBs and the channel pro organizations that serve them."

N-able's Innovative Freemiums Fuel SMB Sales for MSPs
As the #1 RMM automation provider, N-able helps fuel MSP sales to SMBs through an innovative freemium program that eliminates the traditional barriers that keep these small-to-midsize firms from adopting managed services. By offering high-value partner incentives, such as $100 million in N-central Essential licenses at no cost, the managed services leader helps its partners achieve 100 percent IT coverage with existing customers and win new SMB customers simultaneously.

N-able's award-winning N-central portfolio is comprised of the N-central platform and seven complementary toolsets -- including asset and warranty discovery and reporting, task automation, managed endpoint security, managed BDR and self-healing -- that work together to reduce IT support costs, improve network performance and increase productivity. A complete listing of the N-central solutions portfolio can be found at www.n-able.com/products.

For more information about the ChannelPro-SMB 2012 Readers' Choice Awards, please visit www.ChannelProSMB.com/2012Awards.

Follow N-able on Twitter and Facebook at www.twitter.com/NableMSP and http://www.facebook.com/NableTechnologies.

About the ChannelPro Network
The ChannelPro Network provides targeted business and technology information for the IT channel. Via ChannelPro-SMB magazine, events, and our online properties, the network delivers expert opinion, analysis, news, product reviews, and advice vital to a reseller's business success. Perspectives from VARs, vendors, distributors, and analysts are spotlighted daily. For more information, visit www.channelprosmb.com.

About N-able Technologies
N-able Technologies is the global leader in remote monitoring and management automation solutions for managed service providers (MSPs) and IT departments. N-able's award-winning N-central® software and complementary toolsets are proven to reduce IT support costs, improve network performance and increase productivity through the proactive monitoring, management and optimization of IP-enabled devices and IT infrastructure. N-central features an industry-first freemium model that drives down the cost of remote management and accelerates the mass adoption of managed services. With offices in North America, the U.K., the Netherlands and Australia, N-able is 100% channel-friendly and maintains strategic partnerships with Microsoft, Intel, IBM, CA, Cisco and APC, among others.

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Press Contacts:

Derik Belair
Vice President of Marketing and Business Development
N-able Technologies
Office: 613-592-6676 x304
Toll Free: 1-877-655-4689 x304 (US/Canada)
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Email: [email protected]

Marie Rourke
Channel PR
WhiteFox Marketing (for N-able Technologies)
[email protected]
Cell: 714-292-2199

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