NREN is an IT support and solutions company based in Edinburgh that was started back in 2011 by Nick Renwick as a new business venture, after seeing a place in the market for companies that need IT support, but may not be quite ready for a big support contract we aim to provide that happy medium. Based in Edinburgh but with clients all over, email us now to see what we can do for you.
Our company offers a number of services and creative products such as: small business IT solutions, online magento store setup, product promo, graphic works, email campaigns, insider pen-testing and custom PC builds for everyone and any purpose.
NREN aims to offer a professional yet friendly approach to your PC or design needs.
We will never charge for work not needed and will always strive to offer the best possible advice, and if all else fails we will not be afraid to tell you we don't know the exact answer!
Just one of the many services we offer to our small business clients. This is always a fun part of our work as we encounter many (usually) strange and often abnormal issues from keyboards without batteries to complex DNS resolution errors. We haven't seen it all yet but when we have we'll let you know!Based in Edinburgh we offer this service on a local and surrounding area basis.
Need that site built quick? At afordable prices and built with design and functionality in mind, to see some of our previous work, just drop us an email! we also offer Advertising and marketing efforts that use the Web, e-mail and print to deliver your product/brand to as many customers both present and future. (Think Adwords to brochure design!)
With smart-viri and malware on the rise, we can rid most machines from all virus' or for the extreme cases we will try to recover as much of your precious data as possible, and then rebuild your system for you.
From Intel to AMD - Windows to Hackintosh - Air to Water-cooled - Silent to Performance - NREN can build you your ideal spec PC for any budget, £250 - £25,000, and usually at a much cheaper price than an off-the-shelf lesser spec'd machine.