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Network Synergy has been serving the Trumbull area since 1988, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

Tip of the Week: 4 Cabling Tips to Organize Your Network’s Wires

b2ap3_thumbnail_cabling_tip_400.jpgWe live in an exciting time of computing where more is happening wirelessly than ever before. Although, we’re still a long way off from having networking wires and cables become entirely obsolete, which means that it’s in your best interest to know how to deal with your cables as efficiently as possible.

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Premium Cables: Wait, There’s a Difference?

b2ap3_thumbnail_are_premium_cables_important_400.jpgWhen you’re in an electronics store searching for the perfect cable for your new piece of hardware, you’re going to find yourself wondering what the difference is between the cheap cables, and premium cables. How can you determine whether or not you need premium cables?

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Troubleshoot Performance Issues with These 3 Network Cabling Tips

b2ap3_thumbnail_useful_cabling_tips_400.jpgWhen you experience an error or a performance issue with your company's computer system, you will troubleshoot the problem in hopes of resolving it quickly. Before you open the case of your hardware and start messing with components, check your cables. Even a small cabling issue can cause big problems with your entire network.

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