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.

read more

Network Security

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

read more

Backup & Disaster Recovery

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

read more

Cloud Hosting Solutions

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

read more

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.

Contact Us

Powered by ChronoForms - ChronoEngine.com

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.

Latest Blogs

Own a Vizio TV? You May Not Like What Vizio Knows About You

Vizio (which was acquired last year by LeEco) was fined by the Federal Trade Commission for collecting data on its users about what their televisions were displaying, down to the second! To make matters worse, this monitoring extended beyond the built-in smart TV apps. Literally, whatever the TV displayed, Vizio knows. We’re talking over the air broadcasts, cable set-top boxes, the TV’s IP addresses, even DVD players.

The fine levied against Vizio by the FTC totaled $2.2 million. Plus, a federal court ordered Vizio to delete any data it collected before March of 2016. Prior to this date, Vizio TV owners were uninformed by the company of the data collection practice. Now, however, Vizio’s customers can find information on the company’s data sharing practices in the automated content recognition section of their TV’s settings menu.

To help make amends, Vizio began sending users on-screen notifications on viewing data collection practices, a feature they initiated before the settlement was announced. Vizio General Counsel Jerry Huang said in a statement, “Instead, as the complaint notes, the practices challenged by the government related only to the use of viewing data in the 'aggregate' to create summary reports measuring viewing audiences or behaviors. Today, the FTC has made clear that all smart TV makers should get people's consent before collecting and sharing television viewing information and Vizio now is leading the way.”

What was Vizio doing with all of this detailed data? In a best-case scenario, the company would use data on the product’s usage to better understand the resilience of its hardware (like how often the TV is turned on and off) so they can make improvements on future models. Although, it’s more likely that the collection of such detailed data was sold to partners for marketing purposes. Data collection practices like these make for a very lucrative industry, so it’s no stretch of the imagination to see how Vizio would want a piece of this pie.

While the ethics of data collection can be debated, it’s clear that, in retrospect, Vizio would have been better off giving customers the option to opt in or opt out of its data collection practices. Does the revelation of Vizio’s actions make you think twice about how you use your own Internet-connected devices? Or have you let go of any semblance of privacy long before the FTC handed down this ruling? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

Learn More

Keeping All of Your Company’s Technology Up-to-Date is a Chore... that You Can Outsource!

Staying on top of updates must happen routinely
This is one of the major shortcomings of break-fix IT companies. If the only time they come and work on your IT equipment is for a repair visit, it’s unlikely that they will make a special trip to your office to install needed software updates as soon as they’re released. And why would they, when their entire business model revolves around your equipment breaking down?

Instead, you need someone assigned to the task of staying on top of the latest software updates, which includes both knowing when the updates and patches are scheduled to be released, as well as applying them in a timely manner that won’t disrupt office productivity (applying updates after-hours is preferable).

Does your IT staff even have time for routine maintenance?
For many organizations, keeping software up-to-date is the job of the in-house IT staff, and given the negative ramifications of mishandling these updates, it’s not a task to give to an employee lacking technical training. Alternatively, if it’s not in your budget to onboard new IT staff, then you can outsource this responsibility to a managed IT service provider. The managed service advantage is that you’re getting trained technicians to remotely apply your network’s needed updates, and at an ideal time that fits your company’s schedule.

As a bonus, for businesses that do have an IT department (but find their IT staff is overstretched from having to do routine tasks like applying updates), NSN Management offers a co-managed IT service where our techs work with your techs to take care of the small stuff, so your team can be freed up to work on important IT initiatives.

Thinking beyond updating your security patches, you need to stay on top of all available updates for your company’s technology. Here are just a few technologies that technicians look at when determining what needs to be upgraded.

Operating systems: We all have our favorite operating systems, but clinging to an OS after the manufacturer stops supporting it (simply because it’s preferred) is a dangerous move that opens up your network to all kinds of trouble. In order to have your OS offer adequate protection for your business, it must be supported with patches and security updates.
Legacy applications: Upgrading software can be tricky because an update that’s untested has the potential to clash with a legacy application and cause some serious downtime. For example, you shouldn’t overlook how application upgrades running locally on PC hardware can also influence whether or not end-user hardware requires an upgrade. Therefore, be sure to look into the upgrade requirements (such as processing power, memory, graphics, etc.) before clicking the install button. This is one reason why many businesses prefer hosting their legacy applications in the cloud; to protect workflows from the unintended consequences of a bad upgrade.
Hardware quality: Computer hardware requires some update love too. Eventually, computers break down. By not staying on top of your hardware, you’re opening yourself up to faulty equipment hindering productivity, or even dreaded downtime. If you’re currently facing a need to upgrade your hardware, then now is a great time to consider making the move to the cloud. By hosting your applications in the cloud, you’re able to access the data you need with inexpensive hardware like thin clients, while still enjoying the benefits of a fully loaded (and expensive) workstation. Also, don’t forget about your computer’s peripherals, like upgrading to USB 3.1.

For the average SMB, staying on top of all of these technology upgrades can be a major pain point, and one that can sneak up on you when everything seems to be working fine. To outsource all of your upgrade responsibilities to a company you can trust, give NSN Management a call today at 918-770-7400.

Learn More

Need New Computer Hardware But Lack the Capital? You’ve Got Options

This service--hardware procurement--is one of the best ways that your organization can save money when performing a technology revamp for your office. Considering the fact that nothing lasts forever, including your workstations and server units, you’ll need to have a plan in place just in case you need to replace a workstation in a pinch. This is what hardware procurement allows for, as it presents a much more affordable alternative to purchasing hardware solutions outright.

Procuring New Hardware
Normally, procuring new hardware can break the bank and cause a problem for months, or even years. Despite this, hardware refreshes are an important part of ensuring that your network is functional. How can your organization take advantage of these helpful practices without limiting your business’s IT budget in the future?

One way that you can get around this roadblock is by working with your IT provider. Depending on your service agreement, you might be able to procure hardware at a more reasonable price, perhaps even at a flat monthly rate instead of a large up-front cost. We like to call this Hardware as a Service (HaaS), and it provides businesses more freedom in their budget and lets them take advantage of the latest and greatest technology solutions without going over the edge. If you’re unsure if NSN Management provides this service, be sure to ask.

Start with an Assessment
If you’re unsure of where you stand in terms of hardware procurement, we know where you can start. An assessment from NSN Management is a great way to start thinking about a hardware refresh. This takes into account much more than just the condition of your current assets. In fact, it also covers where you hope to be in the near future. This strategy helps your business on track for where you want to be down the road.

Upgrading your hardware routinely is also an important part of staying up-to-date with security protocol. Old hardware might not be capable of running more recent versions of operating systems or enterprise software, which will in turn affect your ability to resist threats like malware and viruses.

Even if you don’t think you need the assistance with hardware upgrades, an assessment is a great way to see how you can improve the current status of your network. To schedule your IT assessment, call us today at 918-770-7400.

Learn More

Know someone who would benefit from NSN Management? Let us know!

Latest Blog Entry

What you watch on TV says a lot about you; so much so, that you might be creeped out if we told you there are others who know exactly what you watched, without your consent. Sound too invasive to be true? Well, for the 11 million owners of Vizio televisions, this practice ha...

Latest News

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.

Read more ...