Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Is a Failed Microsoft Update Putting Your Business At Risk?


When you own a small business, challenges can appear when you least expect them from sources you’d least expect. When business owners worldwide installed the February 9th Windows Server update, they were met with one of those unexpected challenges. An issue with the component that installs Windows updates caused the update to fail, leaving many customers scrambling for a solution or even skipping updates. 

The real problem was those business did not receive the fix to a vulnerability that left their networks open to attackers. 

Cyber-attacks are on the rise and every business connected to the internet is at risk. Keep your business safe by maintaining good backups and by ensuring that your systems are monitored, maintained, and kept up to date with security patches. You don’t need to be an IT expert or have an IT department on staff. With one phone call, you can have the experts at NSG on your team. 

Give us a call at (877) 815-6974 to schedule a consultation or contact us on our website.

For more information, including links to helpful resources, read the full article on our website.

Monday, March 22, 2021

Keep Your Network Secure in the Post-pandemic World


There’s no doubt 2020 was a tough year for business! The pandemic and related health and safety regulations put unthinkable stress on our businesses – and many are still struggling to stay afloat from the loss of income. 

If you were also affected by network or computer issues or didn’t have the technology on-hand to ride the e-business surge caused by lockdown conditions, it may have been the worst business year you can remember. 

As we move deeper into the post-pandemic business world, we can be sure of two things:

  1. E-business and work-from-home are here to stay, and
  2. So are the technical and security challenges that came with the boom in e-business.

Learn what NSG can do to keep your business safe!



Friday, January 29, 2021

E-Business is Here to Stay



Remember last spring when the pandemic started and most everyone thought we’d have a short quarantine period, and then resume business as usual? It’s clear now that business-as-usual has to change to meet ongoing safety concerns – not to mention the fact that people discovered they like the added convenience of e-business!

E-business is not going away; don’t be left behind because of equipment or security issues! 

Learn more on our website!


Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Leave Your Computer Problems in 2020!


If 2020 was as tough on your computers and network as it was on health and business, you probably feel like you carried the weight of the world into 2021! But the last thing your business needs is to carry computer issues from 2020 into the new year. 

What if we told you that you don’t need to carry so much stress into 2021? Let NSG take the weight off your shoulders.

Learn more on our website!


Monday, December 28, 2020

A Few of Our Favorite Things!




In 2021, we’ll continue our tradition of giving monthly to organizations that give so much to others. This season of giving will be especially hard on organizations that depend on volunteers and donations to continue their good work. 

We’ve shared information about some of our favorite charities on our website. Each has given so much in their own unique way. If one of our favorites inspires you to give, we thank you! If you have time or money to donate, we encourage you to reach out to a cause that feels right to you. Organizations like these appreciate every bit of help!  

NSG and MSG wish you a safe and joyous holiday season!


Tuesday, December 15, 2020

'Tis The Season for Giving!



Network Services Group and our sister company, Michigan SEO Group, feel honored and privileged to serve our clients. Doing so has made it possible for us to be able to give back to the community. Each month we make a charitable contribution to at least one organization that makes a difference in their community. 

We’ve shared information about some of our favorite charities on our website. Each has given so much in their own unique way. If one of our favorites inspires you to give, we thank you! If you have time or money to donate, we encourage you to reach out to a cause that feels right to you. Organizations like these appreciate every bit of help!  

NSG and MSG wish you a safe and joyous holiday season!


Monday, November 16, 2020

Is Your Business Vulnerable to Ransomware?


Ransomware has been in the news lately as a string of attacks has hit healthcare systems in at least four states. Is it coincidence that these attacks hit when healthcare systems are already under extraordinary strain due to the COVID pandemic? Probably not. The criminals who coordinate these attacks take advantage of vulnerable organizations and populations. 

Medical organizations are especially vulnerable because they simply can’t afford for their patient files to be compromised when lives are at stake. 

Other factors that make a target attractive are:

  • Organizations that routinely store sensitive data, like law firms
  • Universities, due to the sheer amount of file sharing and traditionally small IT support departments
  • Retailers, or any company with customer credit card data
  • But, really, any company with confidential personal or financial data! 

And, although many attacks are targeted, some simply spread via the internet. 

Is your business vulnerable? Learn more about ransomware from NSG.


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