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MSP

Abbreviation for:
macrophage-stimulating factor
major secretory protein
median sagittal plane
Medicare secondary payer
methylation specific primer
Munchausen syndrome by proxy
muscle-specific protein

MSP

Abbreviation for Munchausen syndrome by proxy.
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At the most basic level, a key function of managed service providers is to look at the voice devices to determine whether they are operating correctly.
Managed service providers should be able to offer their clients a mechanism for calculating both the total costs and the return on investment for these services.
But this is minimized because managed service providers have the bulk of their monitoring gear inside a client's firewall.
ShadowProtect for Managed Service Providers puts control into the hands of MSPs.
MSPs can take advantage of the new flexibility in ShadowProtect for Managed Service Providers by following these easy steps:
Once enrolled, download ShadowProtect for Managed Service Providers and install it on customers' Windows-based servers, small business servers, desktops or laptops.
The Hosted Service Provider, recognized by businesses like LoudCloud and Intira, is different from the Managed Service Provider in that it provisions customers onto a "standard" infrastructure; including co-location space, network capacity, server capacity, monitoring, and the storage infrastructure.
However, if you require a service designed specifically for your business requirements and managed by a single provider with a single SLA and one monthly invoice, your best choice may well be a Managed Service Provider.
Advances in data replication and security technologies, combined with reduced bandwidth costs allow managed service providers to offer online backup, recovery and electronic vaulting services to businesses who have limited IT support for backup.
Businesses can be confident in leaving backup to managed service providers whose only focus is backup and recovery and therefore often do it better and at a lower price than companies can do it themselves.
The company serves e-commerce, web hosting/ISP, financial institutions, and managed service providers that are under pressure to deliver guaranteed network and application performance under all conditions.
We've made the appropriate investments in infrastructure, expertise and processes to allow managed service providers to deliver this service to any client - from a one-server doctor's office to a large, multiple location enterprise - and achieve recurring revenue through a service model that fulfills an underserved demand.

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