Managed Service Providers - Bridging IT to Business
Businesses today face unrelenting data growth. Demands placed on the IT function within organizations have
never been higher; they are struggling to ensure information availability under tight fiscal constraints. IT
personnel are asked to manage more projects as business expands and they struggle to support more computers
and people across distributed environments.
Business risks are also increasing as companies embrace the Internet for efficiency and share sensitive
information with employees, customers and partners using public networks. Heightened awareness around
business continuity and regulatory compliance causes businesses to increase spending on their data protection
activities. Using the services of managed service providers to meet growing challenges has become a simple and
cost effective solution as companies expand workforce mobility and remote access to their networks, increasing
the need for 24/7 monitoring.
A managed service provider is a comprehensive remote IT services provider specializing in internet data centers,
managed hosting, Remote Infrastructure Monitoring and Management, Mail and Messaging Service and
Application Hosting Services on contract. Businesses opt for these services because outsourcing is more cost
effective than investing in infrastructure, especially since managed service providers specialize in technologies
that all businesses might not have the resources to support.
Benefits of Opting for a Managed Service Provider
The expertise of a managed service provider hosting and running applications will be beneficial to end-customers.
Businesses will be able to take advantage of an end-to-end solution to reduce purchase cycle time and ensure
their needs are serviced through a seamlessly integrated solution.
a. Enterprises can concentrate on running their core business more efficiently.
b. Expanding business operations is always easy.
c. Save money and time.
d. Infrastructure monitoring and troubleshooting happen 24/7, resulting in high up-time.
e. Prevent potential threats with automated real-time, remote monitoring and systematic patch and
f. An experienced talent pool is available.
g. Manage security threats like data leakage, data theft (external and internal), website defacement, denial of
service, end-user security, e-mail security and legal risks efficiently.
h. Costs are affordable with predictable monthly fees and without the headache of adding and managing in-
No matter what your IT needs or the size of your business, opting for the right managed service provider will help
you fulfill your requirements and allow you to focus on the other aspects of your company's success.