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I am currently using Kaseya and am looking around for better.
I am just a small IT company with 6x staff In Australia and Vanuatu.
Is anyone out there using the Modern Office Suite (Connectwise, quosal, Labtech) and is it worth it?
Is there an on premise version or cloud only (Issue for me: Dial up speeds in Vanuatu)
What is the price per agent and what are the minimum amount of agents to start.
Any thoughts would be appreciated?
Or similar products I should look at?

Olaf
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by:Duncan Roe
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I use LibreOffice under both Linux and Windows.
Free and open source.
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Davis McCarn earned 1500 total points
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I was surprised at how inexpensive GFI's services were. 10 licenses for their endpoint security was under $100 for the year.
http://www.gfi.com/products-and-solutions/network-security-solutions/gfi-endpointsecurity?_ga=1.126899021.1151661675.1395102431
They also have asset and patch management at http://www.gficloud.com/

P.s. You want to become an authorized reseller.
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
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OpenOffice is open source and free for personal use, but I don't know about commercial use, so you'll need to check out its licensing:
https://www.openoffice.org/

Regards, Joe
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LibreOffice is derived from OpenOffice. They are both LGPL3 (see http://www.libreoffice.org/about-us/licenses/). Really no restriction on use (commercial or otherwise)
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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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The modern office I am referring to is the combinamtion of connectwise, quosal and Labtech .
An MSP package.
GFI looks good. Thanks Davis
Olaf
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I'll try GFI.
Thanks
Olaf
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