Featuring Streaming Internet TV!

802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 3x faster and 150% further range than regular wifi.

On every model you can easily load any APK file or Application to customize your device any way you like it. Load by SD Card, USB stick, through built in browser or GOOGLE PLAY

4 Independent units that read and execute CPU instructions to provide the fastest operation and smoothly multitask. Equipped on every model.

Every model has an aluminum housing on all models allows for proper cooling and prevents over heating and control board burnout.


The Best Cloud Application…Period. Share, Collaborate, Backup, Restore, Versioning, and Retention


• Keep your files synchronized across multiple computers
• Improve your collaboration and boost your mobility with ShareSync in an easy‐to‐use, businessgrade file sync and share service
• ShareSync file sync and share service enables intuitive collaboration and mobility while keeping company data secure and protected. ShareSync keeps files and folders in sync across every device—and makes it simple to share those files inside and outside of the company
• Keep files and folders in sync across every device with apps for Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry and the web
• Share folders directly from your corporate address book with comprehensive and easily‐changed permissions
• Share files with any recipient via web‐link, even if they don’t have ShareSync installed
• Share directly from Outlook and Office with easy‐to‐enable Windows plugins


Keep content secure and protected with at‐rest and in‐transit data protection full control over sharing permissions, and remote wipe of lost or stolen devices



5 Reasons Why IT Outsourcing and Cloud Services Works Best for Business

IT outsourcing – Security. Support. Expertise. Strategy.

Information Technology (IT) is a major support function for any business. Companies that invest in outsourced IT
services achieve significant benefits that help them operate more efficiently and effectively.

1. Reduced Spending with IT Outsourcing, Colocation and Cloud Storage
The main driver of IT outsourcing for many companies is reduced spending. It doesn’t take much to realize these
savings. Both capital and operating expenses can be reduced. You do not need to purchase computer hardware
and dedicate expensive square footage to develop a data center. You do not have the expenses of hiring
employees to perform IT functions such as application development to hardware installations to end user support
can be outsourced. Along with reduced payroll comes reduced expenses for training and benefits. Outsourcing
also makes costs predictable, with contracts specifying fixed monthly charges.

2. Increased Focus on Core Business
For most companies, IT is a support function, not a core competency. Outsourced IT services offer 24/7 support
and guaranteed service level agreements that go beyond what your internal operations team could provide,
letting you get more work done with fewer operational issues.

3. Access to Experts and the Latest Technology

Because IT is the vendor’s core competency, they make sure their employees are trained and certified in the
technologies they support. The IT services vendor has a team of experts in multiple IT technologies; you can
draw on the vendor’s team for advice that helps you make the right technology decisions. You get access to the
latest technology and support from a team that is expert in deploying it effectively. The IT provider will make
sure systems are patched and upgraded on an appropriate schedule.

4. Reduced Risk and Increased Flexibility

Technology is expensive, and making wrong decisions is costly. An IT services provider has a solid base of
experience that assists with making the right technical decisions. Outsourced IT services reduce the risk of data
loss. IT outsourcing providers ensure that data centers have appropriate defenses, such as firewalls and security
information and event monitoring software. IT services also reduces the risk of disruption from downtime.
Vendors build resilient facilities with redundant devices, minimizing the risk of downtime with robust backup and
recovery procedures reducing the all risks in the event of a device failure. IT services provider can rapidly bring
additional services and storage online.

5. Increased Employee Morale

Poorly implemented outsourcing can lead to unhappy employees who worry about the security of their own jobs,
but handled properly, outsourcing can actually increase your employees’ morale. Offloading IT work lets your
employees focus on the jobs they were hired to do and not venture into tasks they are not an expert at, thus
they become more satisfied with their work and less likely to burn out and leave.
Managed properly, working with outsourced IT services frees a business to focus on
developing itself. Always get
local references and be sure to perform the due diligence of follow up. Always be sure to have scheduled “state
of the union” meetings to keep all aspects of your agreement on track with reports and forecasts.

Netcom Enterprises is a premier outsourcing partner for small to medium business.


Netcom Enterprises is a Certified Ubiquiti Wireless Solutions Provider.  Campus Solutions, Point 2 Point, Wireless Distribution and Guest Service Solutions.

Turnkey Network Solutions with LTE Failover


When the health of the network is on the line, the last thing any business needs is a complicated solution.

With a turnkey wireless solution for failover and Out-of-Band Management, your organization has total uptime.
Are you ready for the next generation of business continuity for forward-thinking voice and data solutions?

Netcom Enterprises has the total solution.  Contact us at info@netcomcloud.com

Netcom is migrating to Proofpoint Essentials Business

As Intel Security exits the email security market, small and medium businesses find themselves in need of a state-of-the-art alternative. Proofpoint Essentials delivers an immediate and seamless transition to better email security. McAfee Email Security customers affected by the end-of-life of their email security solution can upgrade to Proofpoint Essentials today.

Delivered through 4 tailored packages, Proofpoint Essentials protects enterprises from email threats including phishing, malware, spam, and other forms of objectionable or dangerous content with an email security solution designed for SMEs. This cloud based enterprise-class Email Security, Continuity, Encryption & Archiving product is backed by Proofpoint’s best-of-breed security & infrastructure and provided at a price that delivers value and cost-savings.

Proof Point Essentials


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Windows 10 arrives in about 6 weeks! (July 29th)

All of us here at Netcom are excited about the OS for it’s new features and of course the free price tag.

There are lots of appealing new additions in Windows 10 and unless you’ve been reading the articles, you might have missed a few.

Here are 10 things to know about Windows 10:


  1. Free OS upgrade to Windows 10

The big news…  the upgrade to Windows 10 will be free for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users (except for those with Windows Enterprise Edition) for one year after the launch date (July 29th, 2016). And to make things easier, you can upgrade to Windows 10 through Windows Update if your OS is up to date. This enticing offer will surely speed up adoption, For more information on whether your systems qualify for a free upgrade, check out the following Windows 10 licensing guide and Upgrade Paths article.


  1. The Return Of The Start Button

The one thing that everyone disliked about Windows 8, it was the removal of the start button in favor of the Metro / Modern UI. This drastic change to the interface was the top complaint of the otherwise very robust operating system. Microsoft listened to the feedback and they brought a semi-start button back in Windows 8.1… but not the same one that everyone was used to. So, the return of a more familiar start button experience in Windows 10 is highly anticipated indeed.


  1. Universal OS and apps + doc syncing

Microsoft “promises” that Windows 10 will be the same OS across PCs, supported tablets, and smartphones – all of which can run the same (select) universal applications. On top of that, Windows 10 device integration with OneDrive and Azure active directory should produce a consistent, seamless experience to users by providing the same access to files, apps and preferences no matter where they are or what Windows 10 device they’re using. That’s a big promise but it could be amazing.


  1. Enhanced Security

In this time of seemingly endless security breaches, Microsoft wants to better protect us against these threats. With Windows 10, Microsoft will deliver security features including multi-factor authentication built into the OS, secure containers based on Hyper-V, integrated data loss prevention solutions, automatic encryption of sensitive data, improved policy based access control to specific information even after it’s left the network, better ways to separate personal and work data, granular control over which apps are allowed VPN access and improved controls over which applications users can install.


  1. Faster update cycle + more options for delivery

With Windows 10, it’s time to say goodbye to Patch Tuesday. Updates and new features will be available more frequently than once a month, and patches will be pushed to home users as soon as they’re ready. Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise users will have more control over when updates are applied through either Windows Update, WSUS, or System Center. You can choose to keep pace with the latest through the current branch for business (CBB) program or wait longer for less frequent roll ups using the long-term servicing branch (LTSB) option.


  1. Multiple Desktops (Virtual Desktops)

If you’re like me and are always looking for ways to be more organized, Windows 10 offers a built-in way to separate your running applications into multiple virtual desktop views.

For example, you can set up one virtual desktop for emails, another for productivity software and yet another for web browsers. You can then arrange windows in each view and the OS will remember their position within each desktop. This feature is especially handy if you don’t have multiple monitors, if you are a big multi-tasker, or if you’re using a device with limited screen real estate. While this sounds very innovative, Mac and Linux users have had this feature available for years…


  1. Facial, biometric, and voice recognition

Microsoft has stated that they are on a “journey to eliminate the use of single factor identity options like passwords. One big part of this strategy is Microsoft Hello, which can recognize your face, iris, or fingerprint as an authentication factor. Of course, a supported fingerprint reader or an infrared camera are required to use Hello. Windows 10 can also recognize your voice through Microsoft Cortana, a personal assistant that can do things like answer questions, set reminders and appointments, and take notes. Cortana has been on Windows Phones for a while now, and she’s now making the jump to PCs with Windows 10 (not to mention Android and iOS devices too).


  1. New Web browser – Microsoft Edge

After many years with Internet Explorer (the first release came out in 1995), Microsoft will launch with a brand new default web browser called Edge (formerly known as project Spartan) with Windows 10. Characteristics of Edge include a new rendering engine, dropping of legacy support that arguably held IE back, better adherence to HTML standards, faster page load times, support for 3rd party extensions and the ability to write shareable notes on top of web pages.


  1. This is the “last” version of Windows, and it’s going to be huge

Microsoft has indicated that Windows 10 will be the last numbered version of the OS. Windows 10 will see a move towards an OS model that will provide more frequent, incremental feature rollouts to the same OS instead of the periodic OS launch cycle that we’ve become accustomed to for more than two decades. Microsoft expects that most Windows users will upgrade to Windows 10 within the first year of launch. Their goal is to reach 1 billion devices running Windows 10.


  1. Many questions around the operating system still remain

While Microsoft has made many things about Windows 10 clear, many questions are still unanswered. For example, Microsoft has not clearly defined what their stated “Windows as a Service” model will look like in the future, so IT pros (such as us) are struggling to fill in the blanks and figure out what the implications are for customers. For example, “as a service” implies a monthly fee for using a product to many, but at the same time, Microsoft employees have stated that Windows 10 will not require an annual fee. Also, Microsoft also muddied the waters when they said that they’ll continue to update Windows 10 for free for the “supported life” of a device, implying that updates might potentially stop at some point. Still more questions about OEM and volume licenses remain as well.

The i7 NUC from Intel has arrived!

For months, people have been asking about the highly anticipated release of the core i7 version of the Intel NUC (Next Unit of Computing). The wait is finally over! The i7 NUC brings many high-end advantages to your customer offering and product line-up. In addition to the small form factor, it gives you the ability to play, create, entertain, and transform YOUR way, and without limitations. The i7 NUC has brought a new level of excitement around both business and personal computing.

Contact us now to find out how this beautiful unit can enhance your organizational needs!


Use these Content Types to Drive More Business to Your Website

With seventy percent of business-to-business (B2B) marketers creating more content than they did one year ago, brands on both sides of the B2B and business-to-consumer (B2C) fence are exploring ways they can improve the content they develop to ultimately influence their audiences. 

Popular content types include social media, eNewsletters, blogs, infographics and more. According to 2015 data from the Content Marketing Institute, social is the top B2C content marketing tactic used, followed by eNewsletters. The same report details what survey respondents believe are the most effective tactics (see image).

content typesPerhaps you need help marketing your brand?  This is where Netcom can help you put together an effective strategy for winning in the world of content.

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