Network Management Solutions, Inc

Archive for September, 2020

Amazon Moves A Step Closer To Delivery By Drone

For more than a decade, futurists have been talking about the day when drones will be used to deliver everything from packages to Pizzas. If you've been following the trends, you know ...

AI May Soon Make Your Commute Smarter And Faster

It's no secret that the Internet of Things has seen explosive growth in recent years, but now, even municipalities are getting in on the game. The city of Phoenix has recently partnered ...

Security Issues Increasing With More People Working From Home

According to a recently published report by Malwarebytes, the global pandemic may be behind the recent surge in cyberattacks against businesses of all sizes. While it wasn't immediately apparent, the pandemic forced ...

Recent Spotify Outage Caused By Expired Certificate

If you're a Spotify user, you're probably aware that recently, the site was down, displaying the rather cryptic and unhelpful message "Couldn't Load the Page." The problem has now been resolved, but ...

Microsoft Takes Another Step Against Malware

Ever since Microsoft released Windows Vista, the Redmond giant has made it possible for users to disable Microsoft Defender by way of the Registry. Unfortunately, by granting that ability, it gave well-designed ...

Windows 10 Halting Support For Internet Explorer And Legacy Edge

Recently, Microsoft made an announcement that may have a profound impact on your business if you're still using Internet Explorer or the legacy version of Microsoft Edge. The Redmond giant published the ...

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Intel Users Should Update Firmware To Avoid This Ransomware

Intel Users Should Update Firmware To Avoid This Ransomware

Not long ago, researchers at Eclypsium got a lucky break.  An unknown and unidentified individual began leaking communications from inside[...]
The Windows Follina Vulnerability Has A Temporary Fix

The Windows Follina Vulnerability Has A Temporary Fix

File this away under "good news, bad news." The bad news is that there's a new, critical zero-day threat to be[...]
Microsoft Will Not Release Exchange Server Updates Until 2025

Microsoft Will Not Release Exchange Server Updates Until 2025

Are you planning on setting up an Exchange server soon or are you running one now?  If so, be aware[...]

Locations

Santa Cruz (HQ)

1574-F Soquel Dr
Santa Cruz, CA 95065
(831) 824-4908

San Jose

2033 Gateway Place, 5th Floor
San Jose, CA 95110
(408) 990-8601

Company

Since 1984, Network Management Solutions has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in the Santa Cruz and San Jose areas. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

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