As a business owner, you may be aware of the need to stay current with technology trends in your business. However, you may not have the expertise, time, resources, or knowledge to manage and integrate the relevant technology into your business operations and processes. If you find yourself in this predicament, then you should take advantage of the managed IT services and support offered by NexusTek.
Properly managing today’s complicated computer and network solutions can prevent substantial downtime and possible catastrophic financial loss. Designing the best solution to access, store, protect and share your data is what TELECO does best. We have certified network engineers and technicians with the experience to provide our customers with an optimal solution.
Miles Technologies is an IT and software firm founded in 1997 and headquartered in Moorestown, N.J. With an additional office in Philadelphia, they operate with a team of over 300 employees to provide various services, including custom software development, mobile app development, and cloud consulting and SI. Their clientele consists of small, midmarket, and enterprise companies within the business, financial, or health care industries.
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
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
Adopting managed services is intended to be an efficient way to stay up-to-date on technology, have access to skills and address issues related to cost, quality of service and risk. As the IT infrastructure components of many SMB and large corporations are migrating to the cloud, with MSPs (managed services providers) increasingly facing the challenge of cloud computing, a number of MSPs are providing in-house cloud services or acting as brokers with cloud services providers. A recent survey claims that a lack of knowledge and expertise in cloud computing rather than offerors' reluctance, appears to be the main obstacle to this transition. For example, in transportation, many companies face a significant increase of fuel and carrier costs, driver shortages, customer service requests and global supply chain complexities. Managing day-to-day transportation processes and reducing related costs come as significant burdens that require the expertise of Transportation Managed Services (or managed transportation services) providers.
What’s the cost of not having disaster recovery services? Technology failures happen and just like a natural disaster, you must have a continuity plan. Your data needs to be properly backed up—both on premise at your place of business and off-site in a cloud environment. Additionally, you’ll need to test backups regularly. Our team will help you architect the right backup solution, implement it properly with monitoring and notifications, and resolve issues as they occur.
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. 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.
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.