The traditional break/fix model evolved into managed services, the former being something where businesses would hire a third party specialist to upgrade, repair or install systems on an ad hoc basis. On the other hand, a managed service model is more focused on a subscription-based model, where companies usually agree to pay a specific amount every month in exchange for ongoing system management. What that management entails can vary considerably depending on your needs and the provider’s skill set. Most MSPs are able to offer a basic package of daily support, as well as more sophisticated deals that include disaster recovery. Managed IT Services in Malaysia are an excellent option for those businesses that want to scale but don’t have the resources available to support the necessary infrastructure, or simply want to focus their attention on changing business strategy rather than fighting fires in their systems.