The Business of Managed Services5 Nov, 2013 By: Sand Sinclair, Editor
Most realize that Managed Services is the practice of providing or outsourcing day-to-day management responsibilities, thus is a strategic method for improving daily operations while cutting expenses. Typically, managed service providers are either hosting companies or access providers that offer IT services such as fully outsourced network management arrangements, including IP telephony, messaging and call center management, virtual private networks (VPNs), managed firewalls and monitoring/reporting of network servers and so much more. Even the cloud can be “managed Services” among other new technologies. Therefore, our November issue is full of information from wise and savvy resources on managed / IT services (MIT), amidst a host of articles meant to keep you informed on what’s trending today in all aspects of the office channel. As we start to close out the end of the year, keep constant on what to expect and implement for next year. It’s just around the corner. Enjoy the read.
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