Outsourcing of specific services within companies are already common market practices.
With the IT area increasingly aligned with the company’s objectives, a new movement emerged: hiring teams and companies providing Managed Services to strategic sectors within the IT area.
The technology infrastructure sector within companies is at the heart of IT. It is this area that allows the other resources to be used in the best way, with the speed and stability required. And of course, ensuring that all of this information travels safely, free of any kind of threat.
Companies that provide Managed Service are committed to monitoring and managing the indicators that provide greater security, agility, and efficiency in business applications – whether in local infrastructures or in the cloud.
And speaking of the cloud, this has been an advantageous alternative to bring more competitiveness to the sector. The way in which resources are managed can provide real-time monitoring from anywhere, and it is still possible to foresee specific demands and provision resources that can be “turned on” or “turned off” as needed. This does not require investments in physical structure – which results in better utilization of the area budget.
Forming a team capable of delivering this whole structure can be a difficult task. The specialists available in the market are scarce and keeping a team dedicated to so many tasks can end up being costly. In an age when financial planning is increasingly critical, choosing well where financial investments are to be allocated is increasingly strategic and can define the success or failure of businesses.
Outsourcing this delivery does not mean losing control. The aim is only to unleash the IT team from operational and repetitive routines, rely on specialized professionals to optimize resources and also have support staff for any necessary corrections.
That’s why many organizations today prefer to hire IT-managed services and set up a team of experts to develop applications and services dedicated to the core business, bringing more innovation and creating differentiators for the delivery of services and products.
There are many types of offerings on the market today that span managed services, from hardwares and physical or virtualized operating systems, to databases and security applications. Choose what makes the most sense to your business and give your managers more time to do business.