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DEFINITION: Also see two related terms, application service provider and storage service provider.On the Internet, a management service provider (MSP) is a company that manages information technology services for other companies. For example, a company could hire an MSP to configure and administer its business computers and related systems on a continuing basis, saving the company the need to hire, train, and  … 
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TRIAL SOFTWARE: PacketTrap MSP addresses critical challenges service providers face with their customer's networks including: traffic analysis, application and VoIP monitoring, as well as virtualization and private/public cloud management.
Posted: 24 Aug 2011 | Premiered: 23 Aug 2011

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MANAGEMENT SERVICE PROVIDERS DEFINITION (continued): …  pay its own administrators. Since almost all such systems today can be managed remotely using an interactive Web page as the user interface, the idea is that an administrator could just as easily be someone at an MSP as at your own company. The MSP can be viewed as similar to an application service provider (ASP), a company that provides one or more computer applications that can be used by other companies using an online interface such as a page at the ASP's Web site. An ASP tends to become an MSP to the extent that it combines its application offering with additional service offerings. Another … 
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