The Advantages of Managed IT Services

Opposed to traditional break-fix IT services, Visual Edge IT a managed IT service providers offer unlimited and comprehensive support at a predictable monthly.

The Advantages of Managed IT Services

Opposed to traditional break-fix IT services, Visual Edge IT a managed IT service providers offer unlimited and comprehensive support at a predictable monthly fee - freeing your business to focus on its core functions without worrying about IT problems.

An MSP can also help your business plan for future expansion by managing infrastructure upgrades proactively - this way you can avoid expensive outages and performance loss.


As with any business investment, return on investment (ROI) should always be taken into account. According to IDC research, businesses that invest in Managed IT Services typically realize positive ROI within six months after implementation.

Cost savings aside, managing IT issues efficiently saves both time and money. A managed service provider gives you access to a team of specialists who can quickly assist in solving any IT-related problems that might otherwise impair productivity and delay project completion.

MSPs typically offer IT support services as contracted or subscription services, including remote monitoring and management, troubleshooting, backup/recovery/cybersecurity services. These costs tend to be spread out monthly so as to be predictable for your IT environment and may help lighten the workload of in-house teams as they supplement staff as necessary and focus on strategic projects aligned with business goals.


One of the main advantages of managed services solutions is their scalability. A company's IT needs can often change quickly, and an in-house IT team may struggle to adapt as technology evolves. An MSP, on the other hand, can expand their offerings as necessary without increasing costs or risks for their client company.

MSPs' scalable approach can also save on IT costs by eliminating the need to hire full-time IT staff members. When hiring employees comes training costs, payroll costs and benefits. An MSP's flexible model offers IT support on an ongoing basis with monthly terms to reduce these expenses.

Scalability also offers businesses another benefit of reduced downtime. Unplanned downtime can have serious repercussions for their business, so having a scalable IT management system in place can help prevent it. Furthermore, managed service providers offer faster response times to ensure all of a company's technology systems are functioning optimally.


Small and midsized businesses (SMBs) rely heavily on technology systems for running efficiently and keeping information safe, and many lack the time, expertise or budget necessary to manage them on their own. Managed IT Services (commonly referred to as MSP or MSSP) offer essential outsourcing support on a contracted or subscription basis.

Not only can providers provide help desk support, but many also offer remote monitoring and management of hardware and infrastructure as well as security services such as penetration testing, threat hunting and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions. Some even provide communication support such as managed telephony services.

Loffler's outsourced Managed IT Services program covers every base for cybersecurity and system uptime, such as patch management and backup/disaster recovery to keep your business protected against potential disruptions. Discover more of our services by scheduling a complimentary strategy session - simply click here and get started today.


Computers, phones, networks, passwords and more all play an essential part in keeping small- to mid-sized businesses humming. IT systems are complex systems which must remain up-to-date with security patches, software upgrades and routine maintenance; managed services provide companies with assistance for keeping their IT running at all times without risking revenue loss due to unscheduled downtime or data loss.

Contrasting with break-fix providers who only react when problems arise, managed service providers proactively monitor and optimize IT infrastructure in order to minimize downtime, giving you more time and attention for business and customer service initiatives. This ultimately translates to increased sales as well as building stronger relationships with your clients.

An effective managed service provider provides comprehensive IT support at a flat monthly fee, such as backup recovery options, user and device management, IT security assistance, licensing needs assistance and access to cutting edge technologies and innovative business solutions.

Lynne Ellert
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