Managed Services as an Asset
The IT department acts as a key component of hospital teams, responsible for ensuring patient privacy, and with increased technological demand, this position can be a lot to live up to. Digital security is the backbone of hospitals because there’s no room for error when protecting patients.
Outsourcing managed services gives small-scale teams the same visibility and productivity as large ones, helping in-house brains focus on company progress. Here are three ways outsourcing managed services benefits healthcare IT teams.
If you’ve been looking for help with your IT, you’ve probably become familiar with the term Managed Service Provider (MSP). But you’ve noticed some businesses seem to call themselves an “MSP” and others are an “MSSP.” What’s the difference, and what does that extra S stand for?
Adapting to Increased Demand
As the global economy emerges from the impacts of recent years, how companies perform their business operations is evolving to support their clients’ needs. The financial services industry’s main challenge is implementing and maintaining new technologies.
The Shift to Hybrid Learning
A movement to remote learning in early 2020 sparked a new demand for data security and well-functioning technology in higher education institutions. The influx of online learning placed an enormous weight on in-house IT teams to keep online education secure - managed services help ease this pressure by passing it over to an outsourced team of experts ready to help 24/7/365. Here are two key ways managed services help Higher Education IT teams function.