The Tulsa IT Experts


We work hard behind the scenes so annoying technology issues don't slow your business down.

Our mission is to help businesses like yours increase productivity and get more out of the technology you invest in.
We specialize in solutions that safeguard and protect your data and keep operations running smoothly.

Managed IT Services

Intelligent remote monitoring, proactive maintenance, and behind-the-scenes remote support.

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Network Security

Protect your business from threats like malware, viruses, phishing attacks, hackers and other threads.

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Backup & Disaster Recovery

Ensure peace-of-mind in any situation with the most complete data backup solution available.

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Cloud Hosting Solutions

Reduce infrastructure costs, collaborate, and get more done with our unique cloud solutions.

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When you just want IT to work!

There are a lot of computer shops out there that you can call up to fix an issue or install a piece of equipment. They might be able to get you out of crisis mode, but they aren’t looking at the full picture.

At NSN Management, we understand business. We consult. We provide solutions to solve everyday challenges. We just happen to fix computers as well.

We believe (and have proven) that if you proactively manage technology, run maintenance religiously, and monitor a business network, everyday issues and downtime will be greatly reduced.

This is what makes us different than your typical tech support company. Sure, we can fix computer issues when you have them, but our specialty is preventing them in the first place.

Are you looking for a partner you can trust your IT with? Sign up for a FREE IT Assessment to get started today.

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What Our Clients Say

  • NSN Management’s response time is impeccable!

    NSN Management’s response time is impeccable! They’re here whenever we need them to be here, and they have the ability to remotely solve small problems immediately. They come up with great solutions for our IT problems and requirements, giving us multiple choices when we have decisions that need to be made.”

  • Sean helps us navigate the sometimes turbulent waters of techno-change

    Sean helps us navigate the sometimes turbulent waters of techno-change. As a small company, we need to be able to rely on NSN for critcal IT support as well as ongoing training and planning for the next round of changes in the computer world.

  • High level of integrity

    Sean is an extremely hard-working guy, with a high level of integrity. He never met a challenge that he couldn’t solve. He is constantly learning new things, and staying on top of technology (as well as many other topics too many to count). He thinks big, and is able to wrap his mind around his big plans. He is never short of new ideas. I have been a business partner, employee, and client of Sean, but also consider Sean a close personal friend.

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What’s the Secret to Engaging Gen Y Workers?

First of all, Millennials generally hold a strong desire to balance their professional and personal lives--or, in simpler terms, they want a life outside of the office. As a result, they will possess a rabid work ethic during their office hours if it means that their time at home is really their time. At the same time, they also want a greater level of control in how that time is balanced.

For instance, if given the choice between spending their time commuting to the office to do their work, or working from home, the majority of Millennials would rather work from home, devoting more time to company business. Recent estimates put the number of Americans working from home at around three million, with an anticipated growth rate of 63 percent in five year’s time. With recent figures from Pew Research Center stating that 64 percent of Millennials want the option to work from home on occasion, that growth seems feasible.

Also serving their desire for work/life control, Pew found that 66 percent of Millennial workers wanted to see a shift in their work hours--something a self-managed, work-from-home approach would allow.

Secondly, a goal shared by many Millennials is to experience career growth and improvement. They want to have a mentor-pupil relationship with their boss, rather than that of a superior and an underling. Their prime motivator is self-improvement, and so they will seek challenges in order to gain more education and experience. Upward mobility is very important to the Millennial employee as well, and they are more likely to actively seek opportunities to improve their professional and/or financial standing.

Members of Gen Y want a situation in which their individual input to the big picture is valued and validated. Therefore, it’s recommended that new hires are given smaller responsibilities in the prospect of advancing to bigger and better things.

They also crave feedback and evaluation following their accomplishments and their failures. By giving a young employee regular responses to their work, you can teach them to be a better employee while simultaneously allowing them to feel valued and work harder toward improving. An important thing to keep in mind is that Millennials will strive to grow one way or another, and so if they are unable to do so at your company, they will move on to other opportunities.

Finally, Millennials were raised among more technology than any generation before them, and so can adapt more easily to unfamiliar systems. Again, the generation as a whole has a tendency to relish challenges, so giving them tasks where they can use your most cutting-edge solutions will give them an incentive to stay and excel on behalf of your business.

Not sure if you have the solutions that Millennials would respond to? NSN Management can equip your business with the latest and greatest technologies that Millennial workers prefer. Call us at 918-770-7400 to learn more.

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Tip of the Week: How You Can Beat These 4 Common Scams

Change Passwords Frequently
Passwords are one of the most common ways that accounts and data are protected, for both commercial and personal uses. As such, you’ll see a wide array of different passwords that could be used, which means that you’ll see easy-to-remember passwords like “password” or “123456.” To keep your business from falling victim to this vulnerability, consider the following best practices:

  • Make your passwords long (at least 16 characters). The longer, the better, as this makes the passwords more difficult to guess.
  • Make your passwords complex. Use a plethora of special characters, numbers, and both upper and lower-case letters.
  • Never use the same password twice. When a hacker steals a password, they may try to use it on other related accounts.

A password manager can make these tips much easier to follow, as you can create complex passwords and share them across your organization’s network. You can also assign users to groups so that they only have access to credentials that they need to perform their jobs correctly. These passwords can be synced to company devices in real time, and you can use complex passwords without the pain of remembering them all.

Be Mindful of Spam
Hackers tend to use spam as a way to move malware to many users at once. Most hackers will attempt to spread malware in hopes of infecting as many computers as possible, while others will reach out to unwary users to steal credentials or sensitive information. Here are some of the most common spam messages that you’ll encounter, and how to respond to them.

  • A big congratulation: These types of messages try to entice the user with the promise of a big win, like winning the lottery or a new car. It’s safe to say that messages like this are spam, and that messages that prompt you to click a link to claim a prize are dangerous and unpredictable. Just make sure that you think twice before responding to unsolicited messages.
  • Fake law enforcement threats: Hackers know that people fear being threatened with legal action, so they take advantage of this fear by impersonating law enforcement agencies. The message claims that there will be action taken against the user unless they pay a fine. These messages appeal to the innate fear of authority, so be sure to keep an eye out for them.
  • Spear phishing tactics: Spear phishing aims to take targeted attempts to steal specific data from a user, all through using personalized messages designed to look just like the real deal. This can include details such as your personal contact information, or customized emails that look like they are from an institution you attend, like a bank. Since these attacks tend to look more legitimate than normal spam, you need to stay vigilant.
  • Whaling schemes: These types of attacks are at the top of the social engineering pyramid, as they impersonate the CEO or business owner. The scammer will use this disguise to get financial departments to wire transfer funds to offshore bank accounts. Be on the lookout for inconsistencies in contact information, and always cross-reference before assuming that the message is real.

You’ll notice that many of these threats are based in email messages such as spam. Thankfully, you can block the majority of these threats simply by implementing an enterprise-level spam filter. This will keep threatening messages, or those suspected of not being legitimate, from even hitting your inbox in the first place. It’s a preventative measure that can be taken to limit the dangers associated with spam before they cause major issues.

NSN Management can provide your organization with the security tools you need to succeed. To learn more, reach out to us at 918-770-7400.

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What’s a Rootkit Hack and How Can You Stop It?

What is a Rootkit Hack?
A rootkit is a type of malware that’s intended to remain covert for an extended period of time. In a way, it acts like a trojan, remaining hidden from traditional security tools. It’s designed to snatch administrator privileges and access systems rather than delete data or mess with operations. Basically, you’re using a computer, but everything you’re doing is being intercepted and controlled by someone else. 

Of course, not all rootkits are malicious by nature. Many organizations will equip their company-provided workstations with rootkits to allow for remote access and control. The problem stems from those that are used by malicious entities to steal credentials and sensitive information, and cause general chaos.

How it Works
Once a rootkit has administrator control, hackers can use it for pretty much anything that’s allowed by the system administrator. This could include tasks like installing new software, deleting or moving files, changing programs, installing spyware, recording keystrokes, and so much more. The possibilities are almost limitless. Hackers could steal sensitive credentials, log communications, transfer data, and modify your programs to suit their demands. Though rootkits are usually software-based, there are hardware-based rootkits that work in largely the same way.

Preventing Rootkit Infections
Just like most online threats, a rootkit will make its way into your system by way of an infected download, phishing scam, or other similar technology. This is why it’s so important to be mindful of what you’re downloading, and from where. Keep security best practices in mind whenever you use the Internet. Doing so may save you from the misfortune of dealing with dangerous and risky threats. Additionally, you should be using an enterprise-level firewall and antivirus solution, backed up by web content filtering and spam blocking. Plus, making sure that all of your operating systems and critical software solutions are up to date and secure can go a long way.

What You Can Do
As per usual, you can know that something’s wrong with your computer if it’s behaving abnormally. If you suspect that a rootkit has been installed on your workstation, you should immediately cut it off from Internet access to prevent remote control and data leakage. Even under the best circumstances, though, rootkit software intentionally hides itself from your system’s software, making it difficult to locate and eliminate. From here, it’s best to contact a professional who is skilled at removing nasty malware and viruses from computers.

If you’re having trouble identifying threats and protecting your business’s infrastructure from malicious online entities, you need to contact NSN Management. Our trusted IT professionals can help your team fully understand how hacks happen, and what you can do to stop them in the future. To learn more, give us a call at 918-770-7400.

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Fact: Millennials are entering the workforce en masse. Therefore, employers and workers from earlier generations shouldn’t be so quick to write off the generation that now makes up the largest segment of the workforce. In order to properly leverage this differently-thinking ...

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NSN Management launches new website!

NSN Management is proud to announce the launch of our new website at www.nsnmanagement.com. The goal of the new website is to make it easier for our existing clients to submit and manage support requests, and provide more information about our services for prospective clients.

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