However, as time progressed computer manufacturing grew to large scale, leaving the small IT dealer to focus less on manufacturing and more on break/fix. This system was time consuming, labor intensive, costly and reactive. It did not allow the technician room to grow their business or take on new clients without massive investments in labor and infrastructure.
Stratosphere Networks develops and implements B2B IT solutions, both on-premise as well as on hosted solutions, while retaining IT infrastructure at all levels. They have a robust and scalable cybersecurity framework that empowers in-house IT to monitor and manage response and remediation to incidents. Their core solutions include SIEM, managed detection and response, SOC services, virtual CSOs, and other managed security services, along with HIPAA and industry regulation compliance
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Helixstorm updates a core network infrastructure for an apparel company, replacing wireless infrastructure, implementing disaster recovery solution, and performing an active directory migration. They also provide 24/7 system management. The team skillfully implemented modern solutions and transformed the network. They were organized and accommodated their partner’s needs.


Managed services is the practice of outsourcing the responsibility for maintaining, and anticipating need for, a range of processes and functions in order to improve operations and cut expenses.[1][2] It is an alternative to the break/fix or on-demand outsourcing model where the service provider performs on-demand services and bills the customer only for the work done.[3][4]

Auch wenn die Argumente für den Einsatz von Managed-IT-Services auf beiden Seiten schlagkräftig sind, ist die Umsetzung und vor allem die Zusammenarbeit beider Seiten schwierig. Hierfür möchte die Webseite „Managed-IT-Services.org“ den Weg bereiten. Dazu wird eine Zeitschriftenstruktur verwendet, die Artikel verschiedenster Autoren zum Thema sammelt und strukturiert.


"The biggest thing for me is that, while I'm away from the office and working on other projects, I haven't had to worry about the network. There have been a couple of occasions where issues happened, and [TPx Communications] has been able to resolve them without my involvement, other than just being notified. As far as I'm concerned, that does everything that I want it to do." — IT Systems Manager, Audio-Visual Company
Under this subscription model, the client or customer is the entity that owns or has direct oversight of the organization or system being managed whereas the Managed Services Provider (MSP) is the service provider delivering the managed services. The client and the MSP are bound by a contractual, service-level agreement that states the performance and quality metrics of their relationship.[5]
Ich schaue zu meinem Kollegen hinüber. Sein Unternehmen bietet unser Projektziel als „Managed Service“ Komplettlösung an. Alles aus einer Hand aufbauen und dann durch seine Firma betreiben lassen. Bevor Sie fragen – wir haben es versucht … Die Gespräche zwischen unserem Kunden und seinem Arbeitgeber liefen eher nicht so gut. Wir waren uns nachher schnell einig, dass seine Kollegen das Managed Service Thema „nicht richtig rüberbringen konnten“, unser Kunde hat das dann noch „falsch verstanden“ und insgesamt fehlten auf beiden Seiten „notwendige Grundlagen“ … Ich bin nun 20 Jahre im IT Umfeld unterwegs und habe viele gute IT-Themen kommen und leider wieder gehen sehen.
In House—the process where an organization hires its own IT service providers and pays their salary, benefits, and further training, as well as the infrastructure they oversee. This is typically an extremely costly endeavor, and often businesses that try to procure in-house IT lack the capabilities to fully service their system as well as an inability to grow.
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