You can’t run a business these days without technological backup.

You also can’t expect all of your employees to be 100% tech savvy. Every office-run business needs some form of IT support. But for smaller businesses like yours, an in-house team may not be a viable option.

This is where a managed service provider comes in handy. What is a managed service provider, you ask? Read on for more information on MSPs and the value they can add to your business.

What is a Managed Service Provider?

A managed service provider (MSP) is a third-party company that works remotely to manage your business’ IT infrastructure or user-systems. MSPs tend to serve small to mid-sized businesses. Since they generally perform the functions of an in-house IT staff, they will form a long-term relationship with your business.

What Services does an MSP provide?

MSPs typically have specialized skills in technology and knowledge from software deployment to solutions. This includes, but is not limited to: