MSPs are vital for businesses that need reliable and efficient IT systems but don't necessarily have the resources to manage them in-house. MSPs provide a cost-effective way to ensure that IT systems are maintained and secure, which then allows businesses to focus on their core competencies.
InterVision is an IT MSP that brings 25 years of experience with delivering and supporting cloud, security and innovation for mid-to-enterprise and public sector organizations throughout the U.S.
InterVision’s new offering, Managed Cloud Services, offers dedicated 24/7 support by level 2 and level 3 cloud engineers for server-based, serverless container-based and DevOps automation and tooling. It also offers dedicated service delivery team and cloud architects that provide strategic guidance for configuration management and cost optimization as well as managed workload detection and response options.
With its combination of cloud experts, cloud and security tools and proven methodologies and processes, MCS is built to fulfill mid- to enterprise-level requirements for operational and strategic readiness. It also includes cybersecurity features for workload protection and cloud security posture management.
MCS eliminates the heavy lift associated with certain cloud operations and delivers strategic guidance to modernize, optimize and secure cloud-based workloads. One use case of MCS is helping Blue Digital Group free up its key resources to focus on more strategic activities.
“Through the new Managed Cloud Services offering, we bring our deep expertise in disaster recovery capabilities to the cloud — which is a key differentiator for us in the midsize enterprise space,” said Jonathan Lerner, CEO and president of InterVision.
That isn’t all InterVision is doing to help its organizations. InterVision is in a partnership with RedSpy365 to expand its security portfolio with Penetration Testing as a Service. Penetration testing is used to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in computer systems, networks or applications, with the goal of simulating a real-world attack and providing recommendations for remediation. The five types of risk managed by the offering include resilience, economic loss, critical continuity, compliance and return on investment.
“Continuous evaluation of network security risks creates continuous value as these evaluations integrate with both business and threat intelligence to report threat actors' impact,” said Darren Manners, founder of RedSpy365.
The MCS and PTaaS services offer enhanced and expanded cybersecurity designed to address current business and resilience concerns.
Edited by Greg Tavarez