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How we are

Net Stream is a UAE based  company that applies the international professional standards in the field of IT Solution. Established in Dubai -UAE in 2009,As an IT Solution Company  to provide a world class of IT services  with a team of professional and diversified candidates Net Stream is a partner with the leading names in the field of Information Technology like Cisco, Microsoft, Avaya, Trend Micro,  Flexstone, Dell, IBM, ZK and D-link. Net Stream  provide the services of Consulting, AMC, ACC, Infrastructure, Networking,
IP services, IT Systems Security, CCTV  and WEB Service.

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FOR A FREE CONSULTATION +971 55 5514367 Net Stream Technologies L.L.C Office no. 10 Al-Twar Center Al-Qousies, Dubai, U.A.E P. O. Box : 127098 Dubai EMAIL info@netstream-me.com

Services & Products

  • IT Consulting
  • Service Contracts
  • Infrastructure & Networking
  • IP services
  • IT Security
  • CCTV
  • WEB Services

News & Publications

Trend Micro Internet Security 2015

review: 20 percent cheaper than its rivals and still offers top antivirus protection
The core modules include AV, anti-spam, identity protection, parental control and tune up. Browser protection takes the form of a lookahead scan in searches, which highlights good and bad sites according to the reputation built from other Trend customers’ visits. It can also scan privacy settings in social media to help protect your reputation online.

windows 10 release : Free upgrade

Microsoft: For the first time, people everywhere are helping shape the future of Windows.
The Windows 10 Technical Preview has been out for some time now, which means that it won't be long until the Windows upgrade cycle begns once again.
a lot of readers are still confused as to whether their existing hardware will allow them to make the leap to Windows 10.

Apple Watch

Apple: Our most personal device yet.
collections: Standard, Sport and Edition.

The Apple Watch continues to spark interest, most specially that its details are expected to arrive on Monday's "Spring Forward" event.
In a recent dialogue with the Financial Times, Jonathan Ive, senior vice president of design, explained the rigorous process surpassed by the highly-anticipated wearable.