Handy Networks Partners with OpenMedia to Protect Net Neutrality
As a Managed Service Provider (MSP), you understand the importance of automating, monitoring, managing,
and backing up your clients’ networks.
Through partnerships with data centers, MSPs can easily achieve automation, manage their clients’ networks, and perform other services without having to be physically present. Data centers employ an expert staff ready to address an assortment of needs and conditions.
Data centers use a variety of resources to ensure their facilities are engaged in the latest technologies. Managing and monitoring equipment allows data centers to keep servers online, run as efficiently as possible, and remove any bottleneck.
The following is a list of common programs used by data centers to optimize and manage servers.
Cloud service migration is a sensitive, tedious process.
The migration process encompasses moving data from one cloud service provider to another.
Some clients fear it because of its fickle nature. What happens if it breaks? What if something goes wrong?
When executed correctly, migrating to the cloud can help businesses expand their IT capabilities. Cloud environments provide secure, flexible environments, ready to support any organization’s needs.
Data centers provide the perfect opportunity for Managed Service Providers to support their clients seamlessly through colocation services.
Data centers deliver a secure and compliant environment, armed with top-of-the-line equipment to support and scale IT needs. Through data centers, MSPs can manage their clients’ services without having to be physically present.
Which Clients Benefits from Colocation?
Clients who benefit most from colocation are those who should avoid placing mission-critical hardware on their premises. The following categories represent the most common reasons SMBs switch to cloud to pacify their needs:
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To be a successful web hosting provider presently and in the future, Jay Sudowski, CEO of Handy Networks, stresses the importance of selling higher margin services.
For SMBs to compete with their billion-dollar hosting rivals, they must differentiate their offerings and build value for their existing and new client base.
Today, pure web hosts are diminishing, and to survive in this relatively saturated market it’s about developing a list of professional services that add value to your clientele.