Since 1998 Netsmith Networks has worked with small businesses that view technology as a critical tool for driving business success.

Netsmith Networks helps to design digital strategies that integrate Internet, Front Office and Back Office solutions.


Founded in 1998, Netsmith Networks works with small businesses in the San Francisco North Bay that view technology as a critical tool for driving business success.

Website design / re-design / maintenance / hosting / promotion / SEO / domain name registration / domain name transfers

PC and server installs, upgrades/downgrades, troubleshooting, and company wide rollout of Windows

Microsoft Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2012, Group Policy, Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, IIS, Hyper-V

LAN / WAN / WiFi / VPN Security

Microsoft Office Support and implementation

Disaster Recovery – documenting, planning, training, and testing

Disaster Recovery

Are you prepared for a disaster?

At a minimum all businesses should have:

  • Up to date Firewall, Antivirus program, and SPAM filter.
  • User training to combat threats of malware, phishing, etc.
  • A comprehensive backup strategy that is routinely tested.
  • A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) that has been tested and is up to date.


Tech Support

Onsite or remote top-notch support.

Over 20 years of experience you can trust!

Specializing in Microsoft Products.

  • Experience with every version of Microsoft Windows since 3.11
  • Experience with every version of Windows Server since NT
  • Microsoft Hyper-V
  • LAN/WAN/VPN/WiFi security
  • Experience working with various vendors to troubleshoot and resolve issues
  • Microsoft Office
  • Service Packs, Patches, and Updates


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