People often ask, “What are managed IT services?”. The answer is quite simple.Outsourcing a part of technical operations or entire technical operations of a given company to an external services provider is called as ‘Managed IT Services’. In managed IT services, the technology and equipment will be provided by the third-party contractor and they will charge a fee for the services provided by them to the company.
The Cloud Technology is gaining its grounds in IT and with its upsurge, cloud-based IT services are making their way into ‘Managed IT Services’. Cloud services like ‘Infrastructure as a Service’ (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and ‘Software as a Service’ (SaaS) are provided by the external service provider or a third-party contractor.
A Service-level Agreement (SLA) will be made as a contract between the services provider and customer. The SLA determines the services provided by the Managed Services Provider (MSP) and also defines the way in which the successful delivery of services can be measured.
We at Triad Square, leverage Information Technology tasks as services, being a third-party contractor to our clients. Being an Information Security expert company, we provide Information security services to the esteemed clients. In addition, we also cater to Application Managed Services, Network Managed Services, Databases, Data Recovery & Backup, Storage, Security and monitoring operations in a company. We cater to both large-scale and small-scale IT establishments with a nominal fee. We are well established Managed Services Provider (MSP) and we will educate the clients on the services that they need to manage through us and their effectiveness in execution and cost.
Whether the IT business is small or big, the need for Managed Services Provider (MSP) cannot be unseen. For large IT establishments, the MSP will assist by providing small IT services or complex IT operations to augment their workload depending on their necessity. It helps them in better resource allocation and diversion of valuable time, money and people for more important IT activities.