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By: JP Chua on February 9th, 2022

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What is Managed IT Services? [Video]

Managed IT Services

What is MSP

Managed IT Services has helped businesses of all sizes. In this video, Rick Catron goes in depth on what Managed IT is and whether it is a good fit for your company. 

Do you want to know how Managed IT can help your organization? Schedule a meeting with us today. 

What is Managed IT Services?

Managed IT is when an organization or business outsources its IT to an external partner. So, for example, you don't have an IT team, and you bring in a company to help manage your technology. That company will then provide your everyday IT support needs. 

Why do you need Managed IT Services?

Businesses need Managed IT Services because they require constant productivity of their workforce as well as the security of their network both inside and outside the office. 

Who is Managed IT Services a good fit for?

Businesses that are a good fit for Managed IT: 

  1. Rely on their technology for daily operations
  2. Store sensitive data
  3. Or must comply with regulatory requirements 

How much does Managed IT Services cost?

Managed IT plans range from $150-$300 per user per month. But this cost can go up or down depending on the MSP you’re partnering with, and your IT requirements.      

Aside from the cost of the plan itself, there is a one-time onboarding fee that’s usually equivalent to one month of your plan. During onboarding, your MSP will go through your network, document important information, and ensure everything’s set up for a seamless IT experience.   

How do you get started with Managed IT Services?

The first step to buying Managed IT Services is scheduling a FREE Security Assessment. The assessment will help you determine gaps in your technology and where your Managed IT Provider can help your business the most. 

If you’re still unsure, you can download our eBook entitled A Fundamental IT Checklist for Small Businesses. 

20 Signs that your Business is Ready for Managed Services