Smart Computer Systems

Smart Computer Systems is the leading solution provider for Linux based server technologies in New Zealand's educational market.

We pride ourselves on delivering innovative computer technologies and cutting edge service solutions.

At Smart Computer Systems we understand how people interact with computers and how to apply that knowledge in practical solutions to meet their needs.

Come and visit us at our Facebook page. As this is a support site as well, you will need to request access and we will approve you.


  • We will be closed from Friday, 23rd December 10AM through till Monday, January 9th 2017 8AM. If you need to contact us, you can email or in an emergency, call Stephen on 0292123592 up until January 5th. Wishing you a safe Christmas & Happy New Year. The awesome team @ Smart Computer Systems.
    Posted: Friday 23 December 2016
  • The benefits of upgrading from Smart-Net 2.1 to Smart-Net 3.0 is it's true 64bit platform. There is significant new hardware support, supports USB 3.0 & SSD devices. Using the same hardware, Smart-Net 3.0 runs much faster than Smart-Net 2.1. There is a much improved user interface for server management and is able to work with the newest version of Access-It
    Posted: Friday 15 July 2016
  • We have been working with N4L over the past three weeks in regards to the cyber-attacks. We are happy to report that of the 40 schools that have had cyber-attacks over the past few weeks, there have been no Smart-Net or Smart-RAS servers affected. We still advise that you keep your passwords very secure. Below are some tips on how to create a secure password.
    Posted: Friday 15 July 2016
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    Posted: Wednesday 26 August 2015