What we do:
- Server & Storage Solutions
- Cloud, On-Premises or Hybrid Systems
- Azure & AWS Virtualization
- Iron-Clad Backup & Data Archival Solutions
- Network & Server Administration
- Malware & Virus Prevention
- Email Services & SPAM control
- Remote “Anywhere” Server & Desktop Support
- Office 365 and/or Google Docs Configuration
- Team Communications Software & Security
- Applications & Workflows
- Business Productivity Software
- Database Design, Programming & Maintenance
- Website Programming
- Online Payment Systems Consulting
- VOIP & Telecommunications Consulting
- Connecting Remote Offices to Main Offices
- Data, VOIP & VPN Network Routing
- Copper, Fiber, Wi-Fi, Microwave, Satellite and Cellular Internet
- Environmental Monitoring & Security
- Generator & Backup Power Systems Management
- and a whole lot more
Straight to the point, plain language, and no nonsense
Sometimes, customers have a good idea of what they want and just need someone to execute it. Others have a general sense of what they wish to accomplish and require assistance to fill in the blanks. No matter the situation, we speak your language and translate your request into a working solution.
Our clients are here, there and everywhere
Most of our clients are in Texas but we also manage quite a few customers who have operations and remote offices in other states such as Louisiana, California, Georgia, Florida, and Arizona, as well as other countries such as Angola, Brazil, the Philippines and Australia. We have accepted several tough challenges and designed solutions that perform very well. We never get tired of hearing how our systems “never go down!”
After 30 years, we've seen just about everything
Founder, Jim Wilson, was bitten by the “computer bug” following a purchase of the very-affordable and wildly-popular Commodore VIC-20 that was released in 1981. This was quickly followed by a Commodore 64 and then a Timex Sinclair 1000. Before the Internet was publicly available, dial-up systems such as Compuserve and, later, AOL, were the only means of computer data exchange until the advent of the dial-up BBS (Bulletin Board System) craze.
By 1985, Jim was helping to admin CityScope, one of many popular BBS’s in Houston (remember Freelancin’?) that ran on a Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 4 that had (for that time) a huge 10 MB external hard drive. These days, a single photo could max that out.
In 1986, Jim enlisted as a Yeoman in the US Navy and served at Recruit Training Command, Orlando, where he trained on and learned to program a large IBM DisplayWriter system used by command administrators, as well as the base mainframe system using teletype machines (because there were very few consoles), a Zenith Data Systems ZDS-19 microcomputer that closely resembled the TRS-80 Model 4, and later learned BASIC DOS programming on Apple II systems.
Following active duty and having been thoroughly bitten by the “computer bug,” Jim began installing, repairing and programming small business systems in 1990 as a side business when IBM PC’s, Apple computers, Tandy systems and Novell Networks became popular. A great many changes and several iterations of the computer business have occurred since then but we’ve kept pace and our knowledge has grown every step of the way.
The result is that our clients benefit from a vast wealth of experience in a broad range of technologies.
Let us help you
Texas Network Systems has a long history of helping clients from all walks of life. We don’t make promises we can’t keep but, if it is technically feasible, we can help with almost anything you need. Contact us today!