We always aim to create networks that are not just value for money but that can, where possible, integrate with the emerging technologies without costing a fortune.
We are focussed on implementing network solutions around Microsoft platforms including Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012 and Windows 7/8 Operating Systems.
We carry out a network analysis of your current systems to determine how we can increase reliability and performance. We then draw up a network design which evolves into implementation and delivery phase of the new network infrastructure.
What are the Benefits?
A well designed network will improve communications and response times whilst increasing internal productivity through ‘always on’ high-speed connections to the Internet.
Networks reduce the per-user costs of central resources such as application servers, printers or specialist peripherals by sharing usage.
A well designed network will include appropriate security measures and will centralise the data backup for your organisation, making the regular protection of data a systematic routine task.
What we offer?
- Design of Wiring System (Implementation)
- Cat5e, Cat6 & Cat7 cabling
- Fibre optic backbone links to increase bandwidth
- Wireless Systems
- Installation of Projectors, Plasmas & Smart Boards
- Network Servers, PC’s and Switches
A wireless network offers your staff a more flexible way to work; removing the need to install fixed cabling will also save your company time and money.
What are the key benefits to a wireless network?
Reduced Cabling Costs
Wireless networks don’t require the same cabling infrastructure as a fixed cable network and are therefore cheaper to deploy and manage. Additional devices can be easily connected to the wireless network without the need to install new network points.
Flexibility and Mobility
Computers, laptops, phones and other network devices can easily be connected to the wireless as long as they are in range of an access point. This allows greater flexibility for staff to move around the office and use other wireless enabled devices.
Easy to connect
Additional devices and computers can easily be connected to the wireless network without the need for an engineer to install another network point.
Keeping a wireless network secure
To ensure a robust and secure setup it is important to have a professional conduct a wireless site survey at the premises to determine the best equipment and setup. Although wireless networks have become common in the home, a business wireless network will typically need to be more reliable and secure, and at the same time accommodate more devices and more data flow. An incorrectly installed wireless network will frustrate users and open your network to abuse.
Contact us today to see how we can support you and your IT requirements.