NSIS Systems offers Recession-Climate Advice to Business and IT Managers with Help from The Mechanism

London, England and New York, NY—April 30, 2009—theMechanism, a multi-disciplinary design agency with offices in New York, London and Durban, South Africa, has re-launched NSIS Systems’ Web site with a new section offering helpful tips and strategies for businesses and IT managers during challenging economic times. NSIS Tip Zone [http://nsis-systems.com/it-tips/it-support.aspx] is produced by the team of experts at NSIS Systems, a leading IT support company serving clients in greater London and New York.

“NSIS’ site has been a popular services solutions centre since we re-launched it in 2008. We’re now evolving it into a destination where businesses and IT managers can also find useful self-help information about how to run their IT operations,” said Anthony Shafto, managing director, EMEA, theMechanism.

NSIS Tip Zone includes briefings on:

• IT Support: the Decision to Insource or Outsource
• IT Consultancy: Integrating Systems or Eliminating Them
• Disaster Recovery: Avoid Damage When Systems Fail
• Network Installation: Lean Times Call for Lean Networks
• Network Monitoring: Preventing Problems Costs Less than Curing Them
• Procurement: Getting the Best Hardware/Software Deals
• Telephone Systems: Cutting Costs with Unified Communications
• WAN Acceleration: Accelerate Productivity and Savings
• Web Development: Building on Web 1.0 with Web 2.0
• Virtualisation: Achieving Cost Reductions

“Intelligent tips are always beneficial, but especially in a recession when IT decision-making becomes more complex,” said Stephan Buys, founder and managing director at NSIS Systems. “We’re pleased with the response to the NSIS Systems’ IT Tip Zone, both in terms of people acting on the information we’ve provided and also contacting us to help them leverage their IT budget and thrive in a difficult economic environment.”

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