Olive is the UK’s leading managed service provider with experience and success migrating clients to the cloud with an emphasis on transforming business capability and agility by leveraging the power of convergence and technology. Olive employs 160 … VoIP, CRM, Cybersecurity, Email Security, IT Consulting, Managed IT ... Mitel, Microsoft, Juniper, IBM, Apple Martin Flick
Founded in 1982, Castle Computer Services provides accounting and financial management software, business intelligence solutions, managed IT & cloud services throughout the UK, across a wide range of industries. Virtualization, CRM, Cybersecurity, DaaS, Data Storage, Dynamics 365 ... VMware, Veeam, Microsoft Gold, Fortinet, Citrix Andrew Cruickshank
European Electronique is a successful privately owned company with a turnover of £58M and 158 permanent members of staff. Our industry professionals enables us to keep most of our services "In House", giving us the edge over our sub-… VoIP, Backup & Recovery, Cybersecurity, DaaS, Data Storage, Dynamics 365 ... VMware, Citrix, Dell, EMC², Fortinet Silver, HP Gold ... Yolanta Gill
Indeed! Cybersecurity is not a commodity among service providers. One is not necessarily like unto another. Some MSPs have robust and mature cybersecurity controls while others are lackluster. It is imperitive that the client ask questions to their MSP to better understand their capabilities. Because, as you said -- they inherit the security of their service providers.
Essentially, Managed IT Services is taking your IT needs and handing it off to a third party organization – one that specializes in taking care of the responsibilities that come along with this. These organizations are known as Managed Service Providers, or MSPs. They will either become your business’s IT department or, depending on your company’s size, can supplement your current IT department.
Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR)—a combination of data backup and disaster-recovery solutions that works cohesively to ensure an organization's critical business functions will continue to operate despite serious incidents or disasters that might otherwise have interrupted them, or will be recovered to an operational state within a reasonably short period.