3 Problems with Co-Managed IT and How to Avoid Them

Co-Managed MSP services don’t always work out as planned.

Bad matches between clients and their MSPs are a two-way street. One company’s best-in-class MSP is another organization’s worst-in-class IT provider.

On the other hand, a very mediocre MSP can serve a business that is way out of its weight class, but not without substantial risk to the client.

MSP vs. MSSP: Blending Both for Best-in-Class Risk Management

Managed service providers and managed security service providers are frequently confused.

A managed service provider (MSP) is not the same as a managed security services provider (MSSP). While the MSP may effectively function as an MSSP for a small and midsize business (SMB), they do so by bundling specific/narrow MSSP services into their general/broad outsourced IT offerings through MSSP channel programs.

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