What does MSP Stand for?
What does MSP Stand For?
An MSP or Managed Service Provider is a company to which you outsource some piece of your day to day business functions (in this case IT) to. For a monthly fee, your MSP takes over the management of your network, firewall, security, important internal software such as ERP or CRM, business phone, Internet, etc. Outsourcing IT to a Managed Service Provider is a trend that first began among large enterprises. But, over the last several years the maturation and proliferation of technology, particularly in the cloud has lead more and more small and medium size businesses to make the move to a MSP.
Is Outsourcing IT To A Managed Services Provider Right For You?
If you answer yes to any of the questions below, you owe it to yourself and your company to consider IT outsourcing services from Intelligent Technologies, Inc. We can take over or augment your information technology functions with expert service delivered for a predictable monthly cost.
Is your organization growing?
As your cash flow improves, you’re likely feel pressure to grow headcount or boost efficiency. Outsourcing some IT operations can be a good way to ensure your growth can be supported without straining your budget.
Are technology problems distracting you?
Some organizations rely on key personnel to handle the support of the technology required to make the business run. But often, these people’s skills could be better utilized solving bigger problems.
If you’re a business owner who just so happens to also be the only person who can help fix an issue with your network, we should talk. We can help.
Are computer problems slowing you down?
Computer or network problems big and small can cost your company dearly in lost time and productivity. When you outsource your IT to Intelligent Technologies, Inc. you’ll always have a team of experts standing beside you, there to help you get back to work as soon as possible.
Is your IT staff overwhelmed?
We work with companies of all shapes and sizes. Some have no IT staff while others simply use our IT outsourcing services to augment the breadth and depth of their in house staff. The choice is yours.
Benefits of Outsourcing Your IT to a Managed Services Provider
Now that you have an answer to the question, “What does MSP stand for?”, Let’s take a look at a few of the benefits that come with outsourcing your IT.
Consistent IT Performance and Peace of Mind
We can take care of all the routine tasks required to ensure your IT environment is always optimized. That way, you can rest easy and get back to business. Let us:
- Keep all your virus definitions up to date
- Perform regular reviews of system logs and reports
- Conduct regular security patching across your servers and workstations
Expert Support That’s There When You Need It
Our seasoned support staff is dedicated to making our clients lives’ easier. You can count on us to provide assistance with:
- User account administration and desktop issues
- Virus and malware attacks
- Remote and onsite support
An IT Infrastructure That’s Always Up to Date
Today technology evolves at a break neck speed, we’ll make sure that your IT is up-to-date and ahead of the curve. Our team will:
- Monitor your infrastructure to keep an eye out for and deal with threats before they become an issue.
- Perform regular health checks to see that your systems are running at optimal performance
Backups that Restore Quickly and Easily
We realize data is the lifeblood of your business. That’s why we treat yours just like it’s our own. Sleep soundly knowing you have a complete package of backup and recovery solutions, so even if the unthinkable happens you won’t lose your data. We offer:
- Simple disk backups to total server replication on premise or in the Cloud, mean you will be back up and running in no time
- Disaster Recovery that meets your compliance needs
Still have questions about what MSP stands for and whether outsourcing your IT is a good choice for your business? No problem! Our experts can help. Call (336)315-3935 or fill out the information request form on the right side of the screen to send us an email.