Weathering the Storm

When news of the Coronavirus pandemic in Wuhan, China broke this January, we had no idea how fast things would escalate. We were knee-deep in upgrading application servers, onboarding new clients and replacing physical hardware to save over $5K a year in maintenance costs.
March came in like a lamb and roared out like a lion! We went from business as usual to total lockdown in less than a week, with only our CEO making site visits; ( That was interesting! 😉 )
Here are some of our stories…

Give and Let Live

We were about two weeks into the coronavirus lockdown when Holly, my oldest and dearest customer, asked me to go over some cost-cutting ideas with her. The writing was on …

Taking Care of Business

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Our History

MSP IT Partners was created from almost 20 years of delivering technology solutions to meet the needs of business — especially small to medium-sized businesses. From the birth of the business network (Novell, Microsoft, SUSE Linux) and the proliferation of personal computers (PCs) in the 1990s, this Practice Model has evolved with the high-tech industry as a whole.

We’ve gone from implementing huge mainframe centralized client-server systems to replacing manual human functions. We’ve done this through software development, web services, networks/infrastructure/hardware/cabling and optimizing for cost efficiencies and scale all the nuts and bolts needed to make information technology work. Now our information is virtual: hosted on the cloud, built into API’s and presented on-demand, as a service.

Our Vision

MSP IT Partners holds the vision that Small & Medium-sized Businesses should be able to get the IT help they need, rapidly and locally, when they need it, from trusted experts who care about the end-to-end experience!

We align with the motto: “Think Globally. Act Locally.”

The Practice Model brings together business technology specialists in all fields through a cooperative partnership with revenue and cost-sharing. It follows the DAO principle of decentralized autonomous organizations who, together, can deliver much higher quality, comprehensive solutions than any single corporation and, who by the very construct, are fault-tolerant ensuring the continuity of service.