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Computer Support and IT Networking Services

We are the trusted business advisor… assuring peace of mind through cultivated expertise, extensive resources, and uncompromising services. We specialize in computer support and I.T. networking for the small to midsize business.


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At The Network Support Company (TNSC), we make it easy to choose the right technical support solutions to fit your business needs. We are one of the most established and trusted IT managed services and computer networking providers along the East Coast – with offices in Connecticut/New York, Pennsylvania, and Florida. TNSC’s managed services, networking, and data back-up provide small-to-mid sized businesses with the same superior quality and technical expertise found in the IT departments of major corporations.

  • IT managed service options and comprehensive computer support
  • Fast response — remote and on-site
  • Flexible and affordable packaging
  • Attentive and personalized customer service
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News and Updates from TNSC

Business guru Peter Drucker doesn’t mince words with that statement, which succinctly sums up the need for a company to employ some level of business intelligence (BI).

Not sure what BI is? First and foremost, it addresses the integration of people, businesses processes and technology within any organization. At the next level, it is any activity, tool or process used to extract raw data from multiple sources and transform it into meaningful information to support faster and more informed decision making. It shouldn’t provide data for data’s sake; instead its purpose should be to glean information that is accurate, actionable, of high-value, and provided in a timely manner.

Few would dispute the need for BI, after all, since decision-making has always required information. But what is the real value of a successful IT-based BI strategy? Many people think of “value” only as a dollar-for-dollar return on investment. However, the byproducts of well-deployed business intelligence practices transcend the purely financial.