We would first and foremost like to thank you for the last year as we’ve thoroughly enjoyed doing business with you. We appreciate your continued trust and confidence in our ability to meet and exceed all of your information technology needs. We wanted to take some time to fill you in on what’s been happening throughout the year.

2015 was a fantastic year for our team! We’re thrilled to fill you in on some recent changes we’ve made to better serve you…

We’ve hired Craig Taylor, Chief Security Officer, to help us strengthen our ability to safeguard our clients against threats. Craig has over 20 years of his professional career spent directing information security teams within fortune 500 companies across various industries. He’s also successfully passed hundreds of compliance audits, including:

  • PCI
  • SSAE16
  • ISO27001

He’s used his extensive experience to create a new managed security service offering: The Neoscope Shield, which keeps you protected through various steps from an initial risk assessment to creating a prioritized risk registry to implementing the managed security services. Find out more about him here.

We’ve also hired 3 interns to continue our mission of helping to keep jobs in the area, as well as 4 Engineers and a Business Manager, who are helping us better make sure we’re more responsive than ever. As we’ve continued to grow our team through hiring and providing internship opportunities, we’ve doubled our office space to accommodate.

Neoscope continues to excel – winning a multitude of awards that demonstrate our excellence in the industry…

As a leader in the information technology world, we’ve won a multitude of awards. Tim Martin, President and CEO of Neoscope, was:

  • Named to MSPmentor 250 for the second year in a row. MSPmentor 250 is a list that identifies the world’s top leading managed service providers, entrepreneurs, experts, and executives.
  • Recognized as a Catapult Seacoast “10 to Watch,” a contest that celebrates professionals ages 21 to 40 for the work they’ve done and the contributions they’ve made and continue to make within the region.
  • Honored as the New Hampshire Business Review’s 2015 Business Excellence Award winner in the technology category. The award recognizes the innovation and achievements of business owners throughout the region.

Tim also joined the board of Zebra Crossings, the Dover-based nonprofit that offers multiple programs for young individuals with chronic health conditions. He serves as treasurer on the seven-member board, as well as board liaison for the development committee.

Neoscope keeps helping non-profit organizations in need through our continued support…

Neoscope strives to help those in need as we support various non-profit organizations in the region, including:

  • Jude Children’s Research Hospital
  • New Heights
  • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
  • Cross Roads House
  • Cocheco Valley Humane Society
  • Portsmouth Music and Arts Center
  • Salem Fire and Rescue
  • The Music Hall
  • Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation
  • Sexual Assault Support Services
  • NH Center for Non-Profits
  • Tenants Association at Pease
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Pro Portsmouth Inc.
  • Human Rights Campaign
  • Seacoast Community School
  • Portsmouth High School
  • Lowell General Hospital
  • FirstGiving
  • The ALS Association
  • World Bicycle Relief
  • Exeter Parks
  • Zebra Crossings

On behalf of our entire team, we truly look forward to another year spent helping you leverage information technology more efficiently. We hope you have a fantastic new year!

Contact {company} at {phone} or email us at {email} to find out more about what’s been happening, and what changes we’re planning to make in the future.