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Netsync Offers Comprehensive Solutions for Propelling Growth and Productivity

Netsync is an NMSDC-certified minority business enterprise (MBE), federally certified woman-owned small business (WOSB), and HUB-certified value-added reseller (VAR), specializing in the implementation of comprehensive IT lifecycle solutions for a wide array of organizations.

As a Cisco Gold Master Collaboration, Master Networking, Master Security and Master Service Provider Partner, an HP and Intel Platinum Partner, and the holder of certifications and specializations from many of the industry’s leading technology manufacturers, Netsync has extensive experience performing large-scale implementations and deploying complex IT solutions for K-12 and higher education institutions, civic organizations, municipalities, government agencies, and corporate clients across several industries, including energy, healthcare, retail, and financial services.

Based in Houston, TX, Netsync uses a blended approach that is both consultative and collaborative. We work with our clients to assess their needs, architect innovative technology solutions to meet those needs, and offer 24/7 access to our team of engineering experts who exceed clients’ expectations. This approach has earned Netsync numerous customer service excellence awards and recognition as a progressive partner that introduces the newest, best-of-breed products and solutions to clients.

 

Olympus: Safety and Security Solution

Olympus: Safety and Security Solution

Case Study: Wireless Upgrade Leads to Better Coverage, Increased Collaboration and Improved Learning Conditions

Case Study: Wireless Upgrade Leads to Better Coverage, Increased Collaboration and Improved Learning Conditions

Difficulty Connecting, Poor Coverage, Missed Opportunities Inhibit Learning A large Texas school district had a problem: their wireless system was more than 10 years old, leading to poor coverage, difficulty in connecting and missed opportunities in the classroom. With the never-ending growth of connected tech on campus, the administration had tried distributing stand-along “hot spots”…

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