Firstly what are Managed Services?
Managed Services provide a simple way to outsource day-to-day IT management responsibilities and are used as a method for reducing costs or improving productivity. The person who is responsible for the IT performance within the business is referred to as the customer, and the person or organization that accepts and provides the managed services is regarded as the Managed Service Provider.
What is a Managed Services Provider and how can they help your business?
Managed Services Providers are typically IT support companies that manage and become accountable for making your business the most effective it can be through simple technology, either pro actively or as and when a business owner decides. This means all technology related billing is rolled into one monthly invoice, therefore providing businesses with predictable IT support costs. All responsibility is handed to the Managed Services Provider giving the business owner more time to focus on other parts of the business and the peace of mind that anything IT related is always performing to its full potential. (no more remembering to renew anti virus subscriptions or upgrading to the latest version of office)
Managed Services Providers have been commonplace among enterprise level companies for many years. The model has now been adapted to fit small to medium sized companies and this generates higher levels of service at an affordable cost to the small business market.
Managed Services include cloud solutions, anti virus, web filtering, email filtering, offsite back up, data recovery, 24/7 monitoring, internet connections, email, telephony and many more.
Choosing the right managed service provider can be a very difficult process. MPR IT Solutions are seen as trusted Managed Services Provider for the south east and recently won the Excellence in Business Chamber award for Commitment to People . We are happy to offer no obligation consultations to business across the South East to see if we could be the right fit for your business.
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