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Monica DeStefano

Monica joined the NSK team in February of 2016. Monica has been working directly in or within sales departments in the IT field for the past 15 years. She specializes in client relations, training and development, and consultative sales strategies. Monica works with new prospects to secure new business and share with them the value that NSK can provide for their business. Monica is a firm believer in the idea that "helping people" is the best part of her job. "I truly believe we help our clients, versus simply providing a service," Monica said in regards to NSK, "we are business allies!" When she isn't helping NSK to grow as a company, Monica loves volunteering and aiding as an animal rights activist, being able to "to speak for those who don’t have a voice." She also loves non-traditional travelling, and experiencing other cultures, politics, and sports, hoping to one day be a season ticket holder for the New England Patriots.

Recent Posts

Whose fault is that Data Breach?

Posted by Monica DeStefano Tue, May 09, 2017

Co Authored by:  Steven Lai

Being in a high position at a company is never easy, especially when you are the CEO and are responsible for both employee and client information. You are expected to be the visionary, the fearless leader, while bearing the burden of heavy management responsibilities.  All this, while maintaining the financial stability of the company and healthy relationships with both personnel and clientele.  

Putting out fires is a constant part of your C-level role.  You deal with the complexity of your business growth, while tackling, head on, the legality of keeping all your information secure and protected. 

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Topics: Disaster Recovery, Data Security, cybersecurity, data storage, BostonIT

Keeping your Business Relevant in 2017

Posted by Monica DeStefano Thu, Jan 19, 2017

So, you planned out your year, financially, focusing maybe on stabilizing your position in the market or growing your foot print.  You’ve crossed your “T’s” and dotted your “I’s” on your budgets, sales quotas and projected projects for the upcoming year.  You’re ready to start the year out with a bang…or are you?  Did you think to add technology upgrades to plan for increasing revenue and market share? 

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Topics: Business Continuity