What is an MSP?

A managed services provider (MSP)  is an IT support services company that provides SMBs with IT support resources. Designed to help organizations address immediate and long-term IT objectives, these services include:

  • Round-the-clock help desk support.
  • Network system performance and health monitoring.
  • Applying critical systems updates and patches.
  • Third-party vendor coordination and project planning. 
  • Basic cybersecurity services.
  • Ongoing strategic and consulting support. 

MSPs ensure the optimal performance of client networks and provide as-needed support if network or end-user problems occur. Many SMBs have the IT support requirements of enterprise organizations. But SMBs often lack the budget to hire a team of IT professionals, who can let managers focus on growing their business. We’re here to make that happen for all our clients.

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