Changing service provider can feel
risky daunting challenging
however, there is a different way
How do you move away from your existing MSP when they own so much of your IT estate? It can be daunting when your infrastructure, network and desktop are all involved and there are technical, staff and contractual interdependencies.
We have a proven track record of taking on legacy IT complexity from MSPs and transforming foundations into a secure, productive and enjoyable cloud-based experiences.
Giving you back control
We’re great at picking up the pieces when customers find they have major gaps in their service provision.
Does your service provider:
- Take responsibility for managing your backups and disaster recovery?
- Provide full documentation?
- Accept responsibility for the security of your system?
- Actively manage regular patching and updates?
They should be.
We manage the entire process, determining where you want to get to, and the interdependencies involved before delivering a phased migration to a managed solution that puts you back in control.
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However, often there are several challenges around existing old Legacy IT.
Legacy IT is not bad; it simply can no longer meet future needs. This is due to rapid changes in how we want to use and consume technology. Your Legacy IT was just never meant to do some of the things we expect today.