Indusa is an IT services company headquartered in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.; they also have offices in Ahmedabad, India, and Pune, India. Founded in 1989, they have about 330 employees that do custom software development, ERP consulting & SI, CRM consulting, enterprise app modernization, and IT managed services. Indusa serves midmarket clients in a variety of industries. 
Chris Loehr — executive vice president of Solis Security, an incident response firm — has personally dealt with many of these MSP breaches. Speaking of GandCrab, Loehr says, "They certainly hit some MSPs in 2018, but the ransoms were relatively small: $10,000 to $25,000. In 2019, MSPs became more of a target, with increasing ransom demands and the threat actors leveraging MSP tools with greater efficiency to affect clients. GandCrab never required the MSP to pay up. It wasn't until GandCrab evolved into Sodinokibi in mid-2019 threat actors began to say: 'We ONLY want the MSP to pay. You can pay for ALL the customers or you get NOTHING at all.'"
OSIbeyond was hired by a private social club to provide various IT services that include troubleshooting, preventive maintenance, IT security, relevant training, and others. Within six months, the private social club's security system has been significantly improved, enabling the club to operate remotely. The club hasn't had any data problems, breaches, or any IT security issues since the beginning of the engagement. 
They can easily handle the heavy lifting when it comes to IT system administration. IT managed services are offered in a full suite of services including monitoring, management, backups, support and critical situation management. Most IT companies are looking to hire a company for the work which holds years of experience and expertise on technical skills.
The consulting, professional services and IT services company, headquartered in Bangalore, India, has a presence in 45 countries.  Gartner ranked the firm a “Leader” in its Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud Infrastructure Professional and Managed Service Providers 2019. The Infosys Digital Navigation Framework is a specialized process for unleashing innovation. It incorporates five key factors: design, proximity, agility, automation and learning.
Managed IT services heralded a proactive approach to IT, attempting to conduct maintenance, upgrades, system monitoring and issue resolution on a routine basis, with the goal of preventing problems before they started. Automation, increased Internet capabilities and cloud computing allowed for monitoring and issue resolution to be provided remotely, enabling more efficient processes and a consolidation of resources.
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