Why Your Nonprofit Needs an MSP
If your organization’s main focus is not technology, it can be challenging to keep up with the ever changing industry. Working with an MSP (managed service provider) can open up doors for keeping up with emerging technology, expanding your reach and working more efficiently. For MSP’s technology is our only focus which means when we take care of it for you, your time is free for you to get back to what you do best!
At Vertical Solutions, we understand that nonprofits are mission-driven, rather than profit-driven, so your focus lies in providing services, fundraising, and building community awareness. We know that technology usually takes a back seat and your resources may not match your budget. Working with an MSP helps to control costs while also increasing security and optimizing technology.
Since Vertical Solutions works on a subscription basis, you pay a monthly fee based on devices or usage. As the organization grows and changes, your service contract adjusts accordingly. And because we handle licensing, upgrades and technology maintenance, unexpected cost spikes no longer catch your budget completely off guard.
With huge mobile workforce, digital fundraising and ever-present threats from cyber criminals, keeping critical data safe is a difficult task. Vertical Solutions provides multi-level security solutions, including:
- 24/7 monitoring of both wired and wireless networks
- Server and desktop management
- Business continuity planning
- Email management
- Secure remote access for mobile employees
- Diagnostics and troubleshooting
- Software update and management
For nonprofits with old, outdated systems, cloud computing allows you to make a big technological leap forward. As an added bonus, the improved technology can actually reduce your operating costs.
If you don’t yet see the value Vertical Solutions can bring to nonprofits, here is one more reason… Time!
Your time is important. And as a nonprofit you’re working hard to help the community around you and make your mission a reality, not to fix day-to-day issues or resolve security concerns. Your technology should be used to the benefit your organization and your goals.