OSIbeyond was hired by a private social club to provide various IT services that include troubleshooting, preventive maintenance, IT security, relevant training, and others. Within six months, the private social club's security system has been significantly improved, enabling the club to operate remotely. The club hasn't had any data problems, breaches, or any IT security issues since the beginning of the engagement. 
What’s included in these services depends on you and your business. It’s more like a customized service to fit your needs. You may have certain IT needs already spoken for by an in-house employee, but need the larger issues to be taken care of by a MSP. Alternatively, you may have no options in-house for your IT responsibilities, in which case they can take over everything for you. It’s the peace of mind that MSPs provide that is so valuable to a business owner.
The easy answer to this question is essentially any business owner. A lot of times it’s hard to rely on just one in-house IT employee. That one person is just inherently more limited in what they can provide for your business. It’s hard to find that one person who is an expert in every aspect of IT and IT services. Because there are so many moving parts, and so many aspects of keeping your business secure, having a team of experts that are dedicated to handling these issues will be more beneficial.
For over eight years, LME Services has been providing IT support for an accounting firm. They have applied their technical expertise uniformly to their services, including server assistance, hosting, and security. LME Services rapidly responds to mitigate any technical emergencies that arise. The client particularly appreciated the team's consistent reliability. 
What did that say about cybercriminal understanding of the average MSP? That MSP is just like every other small business organization out there — a small victim with little capacity to pay out for ransomware recovery. This mantra began to change late last year as MSPs began to be leveraged as the initial infection vector of their larger clients. The Texas ransomware attacks were the first highly publicized examples that served as the catalyst, but certainly weren't the last.
A growing business may require you to delegate more IT tasks to your lower-level IT associates, but that might not be the best solution if you’re wanting the finished tasks to be of equal to better quality than you would personally perform. Instead of giving these employees an opportunity to fully focus on their most relevant or primary tasks, they end up reverting into roles that they don’t want to fill. If you want your employees to benefit from better time management and become more efficient, you should rely on a remote IT services provider who can take care of all your IT requirements. 
A Managed services package can range from managing small technical needs to outsourcing all complex technology and IT needs. Managed Service Provider like Fridell Solutions takes ongoing responsibility for 24-hour monitoring, IT problem resolutions within a business environment, and setting up tools and techniques for successful business continuity.
Your business absolutely, 100%, needs data backup. Period. Even if the data is hosted on Google or Outlook servers, 1 ransomware could hinder or even end your business. With PC-Protechs Business Managed IT Services, we back up all your unique files and test backups for validity. This reduces and eliminates any catastrophic failure's effect on your business.
CWPS did cloud migration for a farmland conservation organization. The client needed a new IT partner, and wanted to move everything to the cloud. CWPS and the client worked together to determine a plan and objectives, and CWPS made them a fully cloud-based company. Since working with the company, the client has been able to work efficiently, and train staff members. 
Creative People provides IT support for a tax law firm. The client needed IT support; Creative People helped them update their hardware, and they have been helping the client with their website. Additionally, they work with the client’s video conferencing system, access control system, and their legal CRM. The client has been satisfied with the company’s work, and wants to continue working with them. 

Indusa is an IT services company headquartered in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.; they also have offices in Ahmedabad, India, and Pune, India. Founded in 1989, they have about 330 employees that do custom software development, ERP consulting & SI, CRM consulting, enterprise app modernization, and IT managed services. Indusa serves midmarket clients in a variety of industries. 
Cloud computing has allowed managed IT services to extend beyond the regions and borders that would constrain the average break/fix IT through the adoption of Software as a Service (SaaS) technologies, as well as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service(PaaS). These capabilities enable managed IT services to scale at a rate dramatically larger and faster than in-house IT operation or break/ fix providers.
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