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How Much Does IT Cost?

The process of hiring or changing IT providers can be a difficult one, with a lot of unknowns related to prices and services. At Capital Network Solutions (CNS), one of the first questions we invariably receive from potential customers is: How much does a managed IT services plan cost and what does it cover?

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IT Support Services

IT Support Services

We offer a fully staffed IT department tailored specifically for small to medium-sized businesses.

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Cloud Services

CNS offers Cloud Computing that provides everything you need under one monthly price.

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How Much Does IT Cost?

The process of hiring or changing IT providers can be a difficult one, with a lot of unknowns related to prices and services. At Capital Network Solutions (CNS), one of the first questions we invariably receive from potential customers is: How much does a managed IT services plan cost and what does it cover?

How Much Does IT Cost? Click for details
IT Support Services

IT Support Services

We offer a fully staffed IT department tailored specifically for small to medium-sized businesses.

Cloud Computing

Cloud Services

CNS offers Cloud Computing that provides everything you need under one monthly price.

Office 265

Productivity

Create polished documents with the full Office applications you know and trust.

IT Support Tailored Specifically for Small to Medium Sized Businesses
We Manage Your Technology So You Can Focus On Your Business

What is the CNS Onboarding Process?

In our thirty-plus years in the technology industry, CNS has on-boarded Northern California businesses of all sizes to our managed IT services plans. We have the process nailed down so well that we created this step-by-step guide. Just take these seven simple steps with CNS, and you’ll never have to worry about the health and security of your business network again.”

Sacramento Managed IT Onboarding Process

Proven Results From Professional Techs

60

SECONDS

Average Response Time

90%

TICKETS

Closed Within 24 Hours

98%

CLIENT

Positive Ticket Surveys

30

YEARS

In Business

CNS Success Stories

We have been providing enterprise-level IT services and ironclad IT support to Sacramento area businesses for over thirty years.  But don’t take our word for it.  Hear what our satisfied customers have to say.

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1508, 2019

Microsoft 365 Customer Story: Lilly

By |August 15th, 2019|

Lilly is based in Indianapolis, but it maintains offices in 18 countries around the world.  That makes collaboration difficult, especially given the long, expensive, complicated and regulation-heavy process of developing new drugs.  Working with the integrated capabilities of Microsoft 365 helped Lilly share and analyze data faster and easier, which dramatically increased productivity.  

1408, 2019

Cyber Breaches and Data Loss – August 2019

By |August 14th, 2019|

Despite the prevalence of malicious cyber breaches, many organizations still fail to prioritize information security. Roughly 67 percent of SMBs experienced a cyberattack last year, but 60 percent of SMBs do not have a cyberattack prevention plan in place. Meanwhile, only 9 percent of SMBs rank cyber security as a top priority, while 18 percent rate it as their lowest priority. At Capital Network Solutions, we try to close this dangerous knowledge gap by collecting and compiling news stories about cyber breaches. In this week's roundup, we look at attacks on the LAPD, the FDNY, and the largest property and casualty insurer in the country.

1308, 2019

Cloud Computing and Hardware Updates

By |August 13th, 2019|

The cloud, as a concept, still creates confusion: what is it, why does it have to exist, where is it, what should we do differently, and how has it changed how we manage updates? The latter question is a significant consideration for businesses everywhere – are you expected to leave things to manage themselves in the cloud, or do you still have to hit refresh on your hardware?