The continued health and maintenance of your business IT infrastructure is of paramount importance – IT is typically the second-largest budget item in a business, making it a vital investment to protect. Outsourcing the management of your IT is the ideal solution to help you achieve maximum results from your hardware and software, in addition to having access to a large team of skilled technicians. Apart from the advantages inherent in a service dedicated exclusively to ensuring infrastructure health, there are also significant cost savings associated with allowing a Managed Services provider to handle such operations. Additionally, having all of your technological resources fully available at all times means there is no lost productivity due to IT-related downtime.
If you’re a small or medium business, unpredictable varying costs can be hard to manage – you could even run into unexpected cash flow issues. When you choose a managed IT package, your costs become fixed. And the solution is completely scalable, so as your business grows, we can still continue to meet your needs without a costly, time-consuming hiring process.
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Now more than ever, leading MSPs are re-engineering their cybersecurity offerings. "The new normal has begun, and the line in the sand of minimum cybersecurity requirements have changed for the SMB," says Andrew Morgan, host of the CyberCall, a free online community of 2,000 security-focused MSPs. "We're leading the charge for all MSPs, helping them understand that what they were doing for security in the past is no longer sufficient. And explaining this to their clients is a core competency that all MSPs must have in order to survive."
Again, this is great for the budget conscious business owners. The upfront cost of having to purchase all of the tools needed for these services would be a huge blow to your budget. Having a MSP that you can rent (or lease) the necessary equipment and tools saves you that money. All while being able to hand off the responsibilities to an expert organization, keeping your time open to handle your normal day to day duties.
Accenture elicits a high level of loyalty among its clients. It boasts that 98 of its top 100 customers have each worked with the company for over a decade. The company’s technology expertise encompasses a broad array of platforms, including Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, Salesforce and Workday. It also offers cloud integration expertise and services. Accenture Labs taps the firm’s deep R&D expertise to develop, test and deploy customized tools and solutions for clients. This includes areas such as AI, digital workforce, software engineering, extended reality and cybersecurity.
There are, however, some base requirements that most MSPs will have when partnering with you and your business. They will want to make sure that your systems are up to date enough so that they are able to keep you and your business safe. For example, it will be hard to give you the service you need if you are running off of outdated computer systems. They’ll want to update these older systems and ensure that the proper toolkit can be used to keep you secure. MSPs will typically want to use specific hardware as well, installing things like their own firewalls and BDRs (backup and disaster recovery). This allows them to keep your cost down and run their services more efficiently for everyone.
However, as time progressed computer manufacturing grew to large scale, leaving the small IT dealer to focus less on manufacturing and more on break/fix. This system was time consuming, labor intensive, costly and reactive. It did not allow the technician room to grow their business or take on new clients without massive investments in labor and infrastructure.