The Importance of Managed Services

Chadbourne
11.04.20 06:29 PM Comment(s)

What is Managed Services

Managed services is essentially the practice of outsourcing business administration and management responsibilities to a third party. It's a hot topic in the IT world, but extends far beyond it. Here's some of what managed services can include:

  • Systems administration
  • Infrastructure management & maintenance
  • Cloud storage
  • Network monitoring & security
  • Authentication
  • Data backup & disaster recovery

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Technology has come a long way since the days of break-fix IT. The reality is that most internal IT services simply aren't equipped to keep up with the pace of innovation. As a result, internal IT has become reactive rather than proactive. It responds to issues and spends very little time preempting threats and preventing issues that could be avoided with a little preventative maintenance. Managed services not only proactively manage your tech, but they scale with your business. Here's a few other benefits of managed services:

Free your time

Free your time to focus on core business objectives and what matters most.

Get the expertise you need

Get the expertise you need and when you need it. Don't pay an in-house IT person to just sit there waiting for a call.

Keep costs low

Keep costs low. Managed services scale with your business.

Stay ahead of the curve

Stay ahead of the curve with the latest tech innovations. Leverage managed services to stay ahead of innovation and the constant changes in tech.

Avoid expensive downtime

Use managed services to avoid expensive downtime with a little preventative maintenance.

Gain a reliable partner

Get support for security and compliance and gain a reliable partner that is there for your business.

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