Msp meaning

(1) (Managed Service Provider) An organization that manages a customer's computer systems and networks which are either located on the customer's premises or at a third-party datacenter. MSPs offer a variety of service levels from just notifying the customer if a problem occurs to making all necessary repairs itself. MSPs may also be a source for hardware and staff for its customers.
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A company that delivers and manages network-based services, applications, and equipment for a fee. An MSP may load a company's application data on its servers, customizing it as necessary, and operating the service at a remote data center. An MSP might manage a company's entire wide area network (WAN), perhaps including dedicated leased lines, a frame relay network, and an IP-based virtual private network (VPN). See also ASP, frame relay, IP, server, and VPN.
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