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."
Your business competes in a tough global marketplace, no matter the sector in which you operate. That means that you need to concentrate on core business, developing your customer base, and differentiate your offer to succeed. And with all that on the agenda, there’s a vital component – effective IT support that can keep your day-to-day operations running smoothly and drive your business forward by enabling efficiency and great service. More and more businesses are discovering the benefits of opting for managed services in IT, where these functions are handled by an experienced team who can proactively manage technology provision, troubleshoot any risks seamlessly, and suggest improvements along the way.
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.
Managed service providers tend to be Web hosting or application service providers that allow users to outsource their network and application resource procedures under a delivery agreement. In most cases, MSPs own the entire physical back-end infrastructure and provide resources to end users remotely over the Internet on a self-service, on-demand basis.
The company offers extensive infrastructure management services, including next-generation data center services, intent-driven network services, and digital workplace services. The approach incorporates a cognitive intelligence platform and advanced cloud infrastructure. LTI offers solutions designed for specific vertical industries. It has partnerships with several key technology vendors, including Maximo, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP and Salesforce.
Stratosphere Networks develops and implements B2B IT solutions, both on-premise as well as on hosted solutions, while retaining IT infrastructure at all levels. They have a robust and scalable cybersecurity framework that empowers in-house IT to monitor and manage response and remediation to incidents. Their core solutions include SIEM, managed detection and response, SOC services, virtual CSOs, and other managed security services, along with HIPAA and industry regulation compliance