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Flexible and Scalable? Are We Talking Managed Service Providers?!

IT Managed Service Provider

Managed service providers have evolved of late to offer services that support strategic and longer-term business planning, including digital transformation consulting, compliance audits, technology roadmaps, and needs assessments.

In addition to providing improved security, efficiency, and reduced costs, managed services providers offer the following benefits:

Flexibility and Scalability: Variable billing can provide additional revenue opportunities for the MSP, while offering a great deal of flexibility and scalability to a customer. For example, an enterprise that has large investments in hardware and software can’t just reverse that investment during downturns. Similarly, layoffs can be very costly and cause long-term damage once the business turns around if those employees have since found other jobs.

Access to top technical and industry expertise: MSPs can also invest in technologies and expertise in ways that individual companies, especially smaller ones, cannot, resulting in greater efficiency and performance.

Ability to bridge talent gaps: MSPs can also help clients gain access to talent they might otherwise lack. For example, as older employees retire, young people are increasingly reluctant to learn obsolete languages and technologies. An MSP can not only staff legacy skills but train them, given their large client bases.

Faster technology adoption: Enterprises can also turn to managed services providers for cutting-edge applications to accelerate adoption, even when they don’t have the staff to use or implement those technologies.


Should your business use a managed service provider? Overall, utilizing MSPs can reduce the hassle of running your own IT services and lets you outsource up to 100% of your IT infrastructure while saving you costs in the end…ready to start?

IT Asset Management

Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty

Governments around the world must meet a wide range of national and regional compliance requirements for applications and workloads, including governance, security controls, privacy, and in some cases data residency and sovereign protections.

Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty — offering governance, security, transparency, and sovereign technology — supports the digital transformation of government customers unlike any other cloud provider in the world. Customers gain automation of best practices to address regulatory requirements while benefiting from the rapid pace of innovation in the hyperscale cloud.

Here are just a few resources that can help advance sovereignty in your business cloud:

Drift Analysis: Their drift analysis tool inspects your deployment and generates a list of non-compliant settings, as well as a severity rating, making it easier to identify any discrepancies to remediate and verify the compliance of specific environments.

Transparency Logs: Customers can request access to the preview feature via the Azure portal.

Configuration Tools in the Azure portal: Allows customers to create a new tailored sovereign landing zone in two simple steps using a guided experience.

Learn more about
Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty today

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