Managed services and outsourcing works exactly the same. However managed IT services and traditional IT services are different. Pay attention to the words managed and tradition outsourcing given. It is basically obtaining services from a third party. There are different ways of observing one is traditional IT services the other one has managed IT services. So basically these two are different models through which IT services are outsourced.

Creative People provides IT support for a tax law firm. The client needed IT support; Creative People helped them update their hardware, and they have been helping the client with their website. Additionally, they work with the client’s video conferencing system, access control system, and their legal CRM. The client has been satisfied with the company’s work, and wants to continue working with them. 

As with other necessary business functions like utilities, the end user pays for services provided offsite, such as remote monitoring and management, help desk solutions, backup and disaster recovery, and more. Managed IT services thus become essential operating expenses to maintain core functionality, rather than additional expenses applied during exceptional issue resolutions with break/fix models. MSPs enable their end users to run their businesses more smoothly and more efficiently than they would otherwise. Additionally, they offer SaaS-based solutions at a price that can’t be achieved with in-house options.


CWPS did cloud migration for a farmland conservation organization. The client needed a new IT partner, and wanted to move everything to the cloud. CWPS and the client worked together to determine a plan and objectives, and CWPS made them a fully cloud-based company. Since working with the company, the client has been able to work efficiently, and train staff members. 
The evolution of MSP started in the 1990s with the emergence of application service providers (ASPs) who helped pave the way for remote support for IT infrastructure. From the initial focus of remote monitoring and management of servers and networks, the scope of an MSP's services expanded to include mobile device management, managed security, remote firewall administration and security-as-a-service, and managed print services. Around 2005, Karl W. Palachuk, Amy Luby (Founder of Managed Service Provider Services Network acquired by High Street Technology Ventures), and Erick Simpson (Managed Services Provider University) were the first advocates and the pioneers of the managed services business model.[16][17]
Novatech is a managed IT and printer services provider offering on-site and remote network infrastructure and peripherals support. Novatech's managed office experts enable businesses to maximize efficiency, reduce costs, mitigate risks, and accelerate development through expert guidance in advising, developing, implementing, and promoting cutting-edge business technology. Novatech's portfolio of managed office solutions liberates customers to focus on running their business – leaving the tech to an award-winning provider with over 25 years of industry-leading experience
Dataprise has been helping organizations throughout the United States manage their IT with our unique approach to technology management and consultancy solutions. As one of the nation's largest Managed Service Providers (MSP), our deep pool of over 300 certified engineers, subject matter experts, and IT support staff are ready to help your business grow and thrive.

A managed IT services provider (MSP) is most often information technology (IT) services provider that manages and assumes responsibility for providing a defined set of services to its clients either proactively or as the MSP (not the client) determines that services are needed.[26][27] Most MSPs bill an upfront setup or transition fee and an ongoing flat or near-fixed monthly fee, which benefits clients by providing them with predictable IT support costs. Sometimes, MSPs act as facilitators who manage and procure staffing services on behalf of the client. In such context, they use an online application called vendor management system (VMS) for transparency and efficiency. A managed service provider is also useful in creating disaster recovery plans, similar to a corporation's. Managed Service Providers tend to prove most useful to small businesses with a limited IT budget.[28]
An international humanitarian aid agency hired Computer Services Unlimited to redo its website to match it with its branding. Computer Services Unlimited also worked on developing and maintaining the organization's web app. The client praised Computer Services Unlimited's communication skills, noting the company's promptness to not only respond to inquiries but resolve any issues or changes to the project.
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Creative People provides IT support for a tax law firm. The client needed IT support; Creative People helped them update their hardware, and they have been helping the client with their website. Additionally, they work with the client’s video conferencing system, access control system, and their legal CRM. The client has been satisfied with the company’s work, and wants to continue working with them. 
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For over eight years, LME Services has been providing IT support for an accounting firm. They have applied their technical expertise uniformly to their services, including server assistance, hosting, and security. LME Services rapidly responds to mitigate any technical emergencies that arise. The client particularly appreciated the team's consistent reliability. 
BairesDev provided development staff augmentation for a travel technology firm. The client's platform is used by several Fortune 500 companies, and they needed competent and affordable development assistance. The client noted that the programmers assigned to their projects were consistently skilled and a good cultural fit for their in-house teams and lauded their dedication, for example, when their CEO visited the client's New Orleans offices, despite having more prominent clients.
A managed IT services provider (MSP) is most often information technology (IT) services provider that manages and assumes responsibility for providing a defined set of services to its clients either proactively or as the MSP (not the client) determines that services are needed.[26][27] Most MSPs bill an upfront setup or transition fee and an ongoing flat or near-fixed monthly fee, which benefits clients by providing them with predictable IT support costs. Sometimes, MSPs act as facilitators who manage and procure staffing services on behalf of the client. In such context, they use an online application called vendor management system (VMS) for transparency and efficiency. A managed service provider is also useful in creating disaster recovery plans, similar to a corporation's. Managed Service Providers tend to prove most useful to small businesses with a limited IT budget.[28]
In a managed service arrangement, the managed service provider retains responsibility for the functionality of the IT service and equipment, and the customer typically pays a monthly fee for receipt of the service. There are many different types of managed IT service offerings, but the idea behind all of them is to transfer the burden of maintaining IT from the customer to a service provider. In an effective managed services relationship, a customer benefits from predictable pricing and the ability to focus on core business concerns rather than IT management chores.
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