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Peter Nelson

Testing your defenses key to IT security

Every organization using information technology has some form of support, everything from a managed service provider down to “someone from accounting.” This approach not...
Peter Lachapelle

Business owners, be careful with the cloud

It’s payday! Your employees are expecting their automatic deposit to show up in their checking account by the time the workday starts. Of course,...
Donald Nokes

The path back to the office

As our leadership team planned for and rolled out our back-to-work initiative for more than 30 employees at NetCenergy LLC, we recognized we liked...
DONALD NOKES, president of president of NetCenergy LLC, a computer support and services company based in Cranston, in his home office. / COURTESY DONALD NOKES

Coping with COVID-19: NetCenergy

CRANSTON – Donald Nokes, president of NetCenergy LLC, a computer support and services company, says his company had a disaster-preparedness plan ready to handle...
Don Nokes is a 40-year veteran of the information technology industry. He founded NetCenergy in 2003 with Dan Charland. In 2016, with their team of 35 employees, they reengineered their business model, catering to professional services and medical providers. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Letting go

Don Nokes | NetCenergy LLC co-founder and president As business leaders or managers, many of us have experienced positive business growth and refinement of our...
FINISHED ORDER: Machine operator Claudia Herrera completes an order at ParsonsKellogg in East Providence. The company prints and embroiders company logos on products for promotional purposes.

R.I. bizs much more confident in themselves than state economy

Rhode Island businesspeople can be an insecure bunch. Even when the economy appears to be humming along, many have difficulty shaking a nagging feeling that...
TEAM APPROACH: Donald R. Nokes, president and founder of NetCenergy, an information technology services firm, converses with employees at their Cranston office. From left, Kelsey Nokes, manager, business systems; Greg Morrell, network engineer; Donald R. Nokes, president; and Chris Aloisio, lead engineer. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Outsourcing helps keep businesses competitive, but is it hurting job growth?

Donald R. Nokes started NetCenergy, an outsourced information technology firm, about 14 years ago. Today, from its headquarters in Cranston, the company provides IT support...
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