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. 

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. 
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. 
Ich sitze am Schreibtisch im modernen Großraumbüro meines Kunden und arbeite an einer Kostenübersicht des Projektes das ich leite. Kosten für Hardware, Software, zwei Dutzend Kundenmitarbeiter und externe Berater. Ich gehe die Liste mit den Namen der Projektteilnehmer durch. Einige Namen hatte ich schon wieder vergessen, weil Sie als IT Fachkräfte manchmal nur wenige Tage sehr spezialisierte Aufgaben erledigt haben. Nach eineinhalb Jahren sind sechs- und siebenstellige Summe zusammengekommen und wir haben noch ein weiteres Jahr vor uns. Ich seufze – Würde ich an einer Liste der Probleme und Konflikte aus dieser Zeit arbeiten – sie wäre deutlich länger als die Kostenliste.
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]
At the outset of enterprise computing, information technology services and management was on a break/fix basis, meaning that computer systems were only managed by an expert when they did not work, necessitating a technician to fix it. This technician may also have been the person who built and/or installed the computer system, due to the proliferation of small IT shops that specialized in this small-scale client services at the time.
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