The new era of remote work has accelerated the need for businesses to adopt digital transformation strategies faster than ever to ensure their relevance and longevity in the marketplace. As priorities shift in this direction, Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are quickly adapting to better serve their customers. Recently, LogicMonitor commissioned a research study of 500 IT decision-makers around the globe to understand how organizations are evolving in the face of unexpected crises.
Some organisations fully outsource their cyber security requirements to MSSPs, while others only outsource specific aspects. MSSPs differ from MSPs (Managed Service Providers) in that they specialise in cyber security. By contrast, MSPs are more focused on the remote management of IT infrastructure. Many MSPs do offer security services but, owing to the highly specialised nature of cyber security, some chose to partner with MSSPs.
When it comes to the security of your organization, you should not take any risks. That is why you should consider getting professional help with your cyber security needs through MSP and MSSP. But what is the difference? Which one should you choose? Keep reading to learn!
An IT director and an MSP walk into a bar… Well, it wasn’t actually a bar, it was a panel session on the second day of the Protect & Streamline Summit for IT Leaders. And they didn’t so much walk in as hit join meeting from their respective home offices. Nevertheless, the discussion between Bryan Schultz and Bob Coppedge, moderated by Datto’s Rob Rae, felt a lot like a candid conversation between friends.