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As managing IT becomes increasingly complex, companies can take advantage of managed services

With an IT skills shortage in full effect and the job of managing IT becoming ever more complex, is it time to reach out to a third party to help? Alex Meehan reports on the options available from the world of managed services

5th November, 2017
Aidan McEvoy, sales director, Zinopy Picture: Maura Hickey

At its heart, the basic premise behind engaging a managed service provider is simple — why spend time and money investing in managing information technology if it’s not core to what you do?

After all, IT is becoming more and more complicated all the time, and staying on top of developments is virtually a full-time occupation. Isn’t it better to leave managing your IT and keeping it protected to people who are specialists?...

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