Remote Monitoring and Management Highlights Managed IT Services


Managed services providers already had been experiencing exponential growth well before the coronavirus took the business world by storm. Industry research indicates that the global managed services market is expected to grow from $178.5 billion in 2019 to $309.4 billion by 2025. The latter number is expected to grow even more considering the number of employees working remotely due to COVID-19, and MSPs that offer remote monitoring and management are ready to jump in.  

In some respects, the economy in the age of the coronavirus hasn’t changed what your core capabilities are. You are an expert at in your respective field, and the IT piece of your business supportthat expertise internally and externally so you can continue serving your customers in the best way possible. The major difference today is that managed services providers like 2W Tech can help you with the remote management of your IT assets no matter where they are physically located.  

Even as talk of a coronavirus vaccine makes headlines as 2020 winds down, many economists expect the recovery to start taking shape in 2021 and beyond. Managed services providers offer an efficient alternative to in-house IT personnel – since MSPs offer remote monitoring and management, you have access to an on-call IT department at a fraction of the cost of full-time employees. Also, remote monitoring and management eliminates the costs associated with travel and accommodations for third-party consultants.  

If you partner with 2W Tech for managed IT services, we will continually monitor the stability and security of your IT network so you can experience maximum network up-time, increase your efficiency and focus on your core business functions. We leverage artificial intelligence on our RMM platform to fix issues before they become an actual problem for your business. Contact 2W Tech today for more information about our managed services and other IT Consulting programs. 

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