RMON Networks’ explosive growth continues through the acquisition of Qualified Technologies.

Plaistow, New Hampshire-based RMON Networks, a leading provider of Managed IT Services in New England, announces the acquisition of Massachusetts-based Qualified Technologies, a well-known cabling company that specializes in network cabling, fiber, audio/visual and physical security systems. This purchase marks RMON Networks’ first acquisition in their strategic growth plan. “We are pleased to have reached…

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Community Electronic Recycling Day

Saturday, October 27, 2018 12 pm to 2 pm 166 Plaistow Road, Plaistow, NH (Rte 125) RMON Networks and Bytefixx are teaming up to provide a secure way for you to dispose of your electronic equipment! Security is at the forefront of everything we do, and properly disposing of your electronics is one way to…

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How to Build a Disaster Recovery Plan

Data loss due to data breaches and disasters is on the rise in the world of IT, nonprofits, municipalities, and every other type of business organization. You must have a Disaster Recovery Plan because data is the life blood of every organization and to lose that data would be detrimental to your business. Since disasters happen…

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3 ways a Managed IT Services team can help your organization.

Some days our engineers are cleaning up viruses. Other days they are completely overhauling computer networks. Our versatile team at RMON Networks spend their days working across multiple client’s networks, solving complex issues, consulting with business executives, and securing sensitive data. A full team of Managed IT Services experts not only includes technical engineers, but…

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Is Microsoft Killing off Windows 7 Early?

In the fast-moving world of tech, any software more than a few years old is usually consigned to the scrapheap of obsolescence. Despite Microsoft’s best efforts at replacing its aging Windows 7 operating system, the OS continues to enjoy massive popularity among business users. Although the company has pushed Microsoft 10 aggressively since its initial…

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Latest Tech Support Scam is Freezing Chrome Browsers

A recent Microsoft survey revealed that the number of reported tech support scams has grown by over 24% over the past year. While most of these incidents involve cold calls from fake customer service representatives, a substantial number of scams have also been initiated through website pop-ups and malicious email campaigns. Now, Malwarebytes has uncovered a new tech support…

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