What Are Managed Services And Why Do I Need Them?

As a small business owner, you have a lot on your plate. From sales to marketing, nearly every aspect of your company will need your involvement at some level or another. That doesn’t mean you should take on everything yourself, as your IT functions require more expertise than the average person has. You need managed services to provide you with a level of support that will keep you competitive-here’s why.

Managed Services

What are Managed Services?

Generally speaking, managed services refer to specific IT operations that are performed by a third-party service provider such as Bluwater Technologies. These services are overseen by our professional staff members, who take on the responsibility of monitoring and troubleshooting them on your behalf. This frees you up to manage your other day-to-day operations, and guarantees you will have someone available to take care of problems when and where they arise.

What is Included?

Managed services are customized for each business, and are provided on a subscription basis. This means you only pay for the services you actually need. Managed services can include things such as:

  • Running backups
  • Security patches
  • Software updates
  • Data recovery
  • Network maintenance
  • Network and server support


In addition to the cost savings, there are a few other benefits:

  • More time to focus on growing your business
  • No need to learn new IT skills
  • Continuous, ongoing support 24/7
  • Ensuring continuity for your business in case of a disaster
  • You maintain full visibility and control, and will never have to wonder what your managed services provider is actually up to

The success of your business largely depends on your ability to remain functional at all times. A managed services provider is the most cost-effective way to maintain your continuity of operations, which is why we invite you to contact us today to get started.



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