we take a look at user access control and highlight some of the steps you can
take to try and keep your business safe.
Blog - User access and staying secure read more
Find out how Cyber Essentials can guide business's to protect themselves against cyber threats...
How to avoid the NHS Ransomware attack on YOUR business read more
We are recruiting... read more
We are looking to recruit an Administrative Assistant. At Network Support Solutions, customer care has always been our top priority. This is a crucial role within the company, supporting our clients. Click here to APPLY...
Google Announces Plans to Improve Security for Internet Users read more
Google has announced plans to alert internet users to websites
that it deems to be unsafe..
NSS Pledges Support to Shrewsbury Festival of Literature This Weekend read more
Network Support Solutions is excited to be supporting the first Shrewsbury Festival of Literature, which will take place throughout the town between November 25th and 27th 2016. NSS are sponsoring The Flavia Albia Mysteries Afternoon Tea with historical novelist Lindsey Davis...
Network Support Solutions Pledges Support to Literary Festival read more
Network Support Solutions has pledged its support to the inaugural Shrewsbury Festival of Literaure. They will be sponsoring The Flavia Albia Mysteries Afternoon Tea with Lindsey Davis between 4pm and 5.30pm on Saturday, November 26th at Central Cafe in Shrewsbury...
Helping AFC Telford Utd stay on top of their game read more
NSS has become the club’s official supplier of IT services, helping it to keep up to speed with all of its administration, particularly on match days and at player transfer deadlines. They have long been a sponsor for AFC Telford United, and have also worked with the club for the last three years...
Shrewsbury Business Woman Praises Talented Youngsters read more
A Shrewsbury businesswoman has praised the entrepreneurial talent of Shropshire’s young people and is urging businesses to do more to retain local skills. Katy Jones, managing director of IT firm Network Support Solutions, said businesses needed to capitalise on the talent of young people by creating more jobs to keep them in Shropshire. Her comments follow the 2016 Shropshire Young Enterprise Awards ceremony held at the Park Inn Hotel in Telford on May 5...
IT Company Supports Young Entrepreneurs read more
A Shropshire IT firm is helping to support young, budding entrepreneurs from across the region. Network Support Solutions, based at Shrewsbury Business Park, has become the latest business to back the 2016 Shropshire Young Enterprise awards by sponsoring an award...
Loose Change Supports Lynch Syndrome UK Charity read more
A charity which supports families affected by the same genetic disease which claimed the life of late fundraiser Stephen Sutton has received a welcome boost thanks to a Shropshire-based IT firm. Staff at Network Support Solutions (NSS) based at Shrewsbury Business Park began collecting their loose change 12 months ago in support of Lynch Syndrome UK (LSUK)...
Cyber Attacks on Business on the Rise read more
Shropshire businesses are urged to take action and protect their websites against increasing cyber attacks. The advice comes after HSBC bank defended a potential attack on Friday (Jan 29, 2016) and as software experts suggest attacks, which can bring down entire websites, were getting bigger and more sophisticated...
Integrated Computer System for St James Place Wealth Management read more
A new integrated computer system for St James Place Wealth Management for their new offices at Shrewsbury Business Park.
PRESS NEWS: Successful Partnership for Shrewsbury IT Firm read more
We were delighted to be featured in Shropshire Chamber Business Matters, the UK's largest business magazine for the entrepreneur, start-
CLIENT ALERT - Gameover Zeus Global Cybersting read more
Gameover Zeus is a nasty piece of malware posing an extremely hostile cyber-threat and specifically targeting small businesses and private computer users. Read our full Blog article to learn what to do to avoid becoming a victim...
XP Increasingly Vulnerable read more
It's almost 2 months since XP support ended. Hackers are now exploiting the latest Windows 7 and 8 patches to target weaknesses in the Windows XP system. Inevitably, as more 7 and 8 patches are released, Windows XP will become increasingly vulnerable to major hacker intrusion. It really is time to change or upgrade...
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