Your Guide to Connecticut IT: Top Computer Repair Services in CT

By Tom McDonald | Sep 6, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Finding the right IT services for your business is always a challenge. It’s not just a matter of finding the best service provider available, but you want to find local services that are right-sized for your needs and available when you need them. You want to find the best Connecticut IT service providers available, but you also want to make sure they can fix your problem right away and won’t break the budget. That means shopping for the right Connecticut IT specialists, not just the first one to appear in the phone book or at the top of a Google search.

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IT Support for Small Business - How much does it cost?

By Tom McDonald | May 29, 2014 9:26:00 AM

IT Support for Small Business – How much does it cost?

If you’re looking for tech support or a way to handle service for your computers and servers, the number one question you’re probably asking is: How much does it cost?

There are a couple of factors that play into price:

Service Level –

This is commonly referred to as an SLA, a Service Level Agreement. In a nutshell, it outlines what you are paying for. It details the exact services you’ll receive, what’s covered and what’s not, and what kind of response times you’ll get. Here is a snapshot of our NSI TotalCare Supreme Service Level Agreement for Managed Services as an example:

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Get The Most From Your 404 and Thank You Pages - Website Tips

By Tom McDonald | Apr 22, 2014 10:13:00 AM

NSI - Complete IT Support for Your Business.  Located in Naugatuck Connecticut, serving New England and surrounding areas. We are working towards updating our website, and going through that process is a real eye-opener.  A couple of things stood out to me: 404 Pages, and Thank You Pages. 

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How Managed Services IT Support is Like a Good Rib Joint

By Tom McDonald | Apr 8, 2014 11:58:00 AM

Who doesn’t like a delicious, juicy, fall off the bone rack of ribs? St Louis style, is my personal favorite. Going out for ribs is a lot like having managed services IT support for your company’s network. 

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April 8th - End of Support for Windows XP and Office 2003

By Tom McDonald | Mar 6, 2014 9:47:00 AM

According to Lenovo, 40% of businesses are still running XP. "I have it on one machine, maybe two". This is typical of many IT environments.  The danger of having a couple machines on your network running Windows XP, is that it makes your entire infrastructure vulnerable. It's a way in.  

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