Why Choose Managed IT Services?

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If your business is considering hiring in house IT staff, you should first look into why a managed service provider might be a better option. Here's why:

Reduced IT Budget and Costs:

An MSP allows you to have a fully staffed IT department without hiring a single employee. You don't bear the cost of recruiting, hiring, training, salary, PTO, benefits and all of the other costs that come along with staff. You also get best in class tools that MSPs can provide for a fraction of the cost that even large enterprises could get. They provide licensing, tools, support to help efficiency, security and monitoring for a flat monthly fee. And you always know what you are paying because MSPs charge a monthly rate no matter how much you use their support. SMEs are able to get the same, even better support as large companies with lower costs.

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Free Up Valuable Resources:

We hear it all too often, business leaders that get stuck dealing with IT problems instead of focusing on what they need to do. If you don't have someone to consistently take care of IT issues, you or someone else on your team get taken away from their responsibilities to get IT working. With an MSP you have your own internal IT team without the expense of hiring an IT staff. When you have an issue, you have the resources to take care of issues and get them resolved fast. Your team gets back to work instead of trying to troubleshoot hardware and software.

Stability and Scalability:

By focusing on your core business without the daily disruptions of IT issues, you are able to scale your business because there is less focus on IT and less downtime. Your MSP will manage and monitor your IT network and infrastructure keeping your business secure so you can rest easy. You get enhanced cybersecurity services that you may not be able to afford without an MSP.

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MSPs Help Your Business Grow:

By partnering with an MSP, businesses gain access to a wide range of expertise and resources that can fast track their growth. MSPs will help optimize IT infrastructure and streamlining business operations, By being proactive in managing technology, MSPs can identify potential roadblocks before they become major obstacles, allowing businesses to focus on what they do best. By partnering with an MSP, businesses can not only enhance their efficiency and productivity but also gain a competitive edge in the market. 

Best in Class Cybersecurity:

By choosing to partner with an MSP, businesses of all sizes can benefit from a higher level of protection and reduce their overall risk. MSPs provide advanced protection with access to the latest cybersecurity technologies and strategies, they are always positioned to identify and prevent cyber-attacks. Outsourcing cybersecurity services can be more cost-effective than hiring a dedicated in-house team, especially for small and medium-sized businesses.

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Managed Services FAQs

For even more FAQs about managed services check out our blog post:

cloud-cover.me/hollis-blog/faqs-managed-service-providers-and-benefits

How are Managed Services priced? 

Most of our clients are on a managed service plan which includes all of the standard services and support you would expect. They pay a fixed monthly fee based on the number of employees and devices and pricing depends on the variables discussed above. Projects are usually out of scope and are priced out and discussed and quoted before hand so clients know what to expect.

Can your business benefit from Managed Services?

We provide managed services to businesses in Columbus and surrounding areas in Ohio of from almost every industry and size. Businesses lacking in-house IT capabilities or those needing to free up their in-house IT team to focus on more strategic initiatives can greatly benefit by partnering with our team for their IT support needs.

How can an MSP help my business grow?

Our IT support services provide more benefits than just cost savings. Partnering with an MSP like Cloud Cover, provides your business with expertise and access to the latest technologies, increased security, and reduced downtime. It also allows you to focus on your core business activities while leaving the technicalities to us. 

When it comes to managing your IT infrastructure, partnering with a managed services provider (MSP) can be a game-changer. With their expertise and experience, MSPs can offer a range of benefits that make them the smart choice for businesses of all sizes. One of the key advantages of choosing managed services is the peace of mind it brings. By outsourcing your IT support to professionals, you can focus on your core business activities without worrying about the technical complexities. MSPs also provide proactive monitoring and maintenance, ensuring that your systems are running smoothly and minimizing the risk of downtime. Additionally, partnering with an MSP can result in significant cost savings. Instead of hiring and training an in-house IT team, you can access a team of experts at a fraction of the cost. With their comprehensive knowledge and advanced tools, MSPs can optimize your IT infrastructure, improve security, and streamline processes. By choosing managed services, you can unlock the full potential of your business while leaving the IT headaches to the experts. 
To find out more about what Managed IT Services include, check out our page:

https://cloud-cover.me/hollis-blog/what-is-included-in-managed-it-services

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