Managed Services Provider
We manage the technology that helps your business grow.
Managed IT Services allows a business to outsource IT responsibilities to a service provider, who monitors, manages and resolves problems for the systems within a business.
Partnering with a managed service provider enables businesses to focus on mission-critical tasks, and delegate time-consuming, compulsory IT responsibilities to the MSP.
For growing companies who are constantly occupied with day-to-day business demands, this can be a rejuvenating alternative to in-house IT solutions.
Core IT Services
Benefits of Outsourcing IT to a Managed Services Provider
Getting Started with an Outsourced IT Solution
A managed services provider works with you to understand you business objectives and helps you wrap your technology profile around those goals.
Our first step is to assess your business and your network to determine the strengths and weaknesses in your program. Based on our findings, we implement monitoring systems, cybersecurity systems (like Nodeware), and establish your backup and disaster recovery plans.
With these in place, we can continue educating you and your team with literature, lunch and learns, and training sessions. We’ll keep communications open as we report and review your account.
Then, the assessment process continues as we continually monitor and improve your systems and technology.
Cybersecurity is for every company.
Copeland’s solutions scan for vulnerabilities on your network and automatically patch your software applications for optimal protection. Our firewalls, email and Antivirus solutions are optimally configured to provide the best protection.
Our account managers and staff provide education to your team via social media, training and reoccurring security reviews.
Copeland Technology Solutions has provided an increasing range of services to technology-reliant customers for over 35 years. With the recent shifts in technology, businesses need reliable, experienced IT professionals to service their systems now more than ever.
Lost downtime doesn’t just kill morale in the office, it can frustrate customers, bog down operations, and ultimately cut into profits.