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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From the above, it is clear that a managed service provider does not just help with technology adoption. They also help to monitor the ongoing spending and lessen the danger of introducing new technologies. While the market is already witnessing an increase in capital spending on the cloud and businesses managing IT services, it is evolving by itself.
However, managed IT services do not necessarily make the enterprise IT professional obsolete; for the end user, an IT professional can act as an endpoint liaison that manages the relationship, provides feedback and analyzes the reports provided by the MSP. Because the majority of routine work is being completed by the MSP, the IT professional is capable of greater efficiency and has the flexibility to tackle larger, more complex projects they would otherwise not have the time or capacity to take on.
Headquartered in Westchester, Ill. and founded in 2010, Middleground Technologies is an IT services provider that works with mid market and enterprise companies in the health care, legal, manufacturing, business services, and financial service industries. Their team of 15 provide IT management, cloud consulting, and cybersecurity services to clientele.

We are proud to employ some of the best technical talent in the market. Because of their work, we are able to help our clients win with IT. For these talented individuals, their satisfaction comes from their job, whether that’s defending a cyber-attack, troubleshooting a connection, or recovering lost data. Explore our IT's the Job™ campaign to learn more about these incredible individuals. Who knows, you may be inspired to make your next career move and join us! You can also follow us on social media using the hashtag, #ITsTheJob!

As a one-stop-shop for all your business IT needs, Cynexlink can address an array of challenges, from broadband, server hosting, hardware procurement, network labeling, installation, 24-hour cybersecurity threat monitoring, to client consultations to discover current security threats and offer available security options. With our process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, and managing IT needs at every business level, we deliver technology solutions with simplicity and exceptional efficiency.
The first books on the topic of managed services: Service Agreements for SMB Consultants: A Quick-Start Guide to Managed Services[18] and The Guide to a Successful Managed Services Practice[19] were published in 2006 by Palachuk and Simpson, respectively. Since then, the managed services business model has gained ground among enterprise-level companies. As the value-added reseller (VAR) community evolved to a higher level of services, it adapted the managed service model and tailored it to SMB companies.
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]

Impac is a qualified full-service consulting company that specializes in Oracle products. To serve a large customer base in the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada, they leverage their core competencies in strategy, planning, installation, implementation, training, and ongoing support of Oracle solutions. For managed cloud services, their accredited professionals work 24 hours a day to ensure the server of their clients and the applications they host achieve optimum performance


Cyber Duo secured a moving and storage company’s website after it was attacked. They installed firewalls to ensure the site runs well and provided ongoing monitoring to prevent future breaches. The website is running again, and the new security measures performed well in testing, demonstrating that the solution will be effective against future attacks.
The commoditization of basic managed services has compelled managed services providers to differentiate their offerings. One popular direction is managed security services. Customers increasingly demand IT security assistance from their service providers. Accordingly, services providers are developing managed security services practices or partnering with security vendors to provide cybersecurity services.
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