“Which Switch is Which”
The emergence of new technologies such as VoIP telephony, IP based CCTV, Video Streaming and Wireless has created a new set of requirements for doing business today.
The key requirement to a robust network is a manageable, reliable, secure and fast Local-area network (LAN) albeit fixed, wireless or a combination of the two.
Chances are that you already have networking technologies in place, the next step is to determine whether you have the right foundation for your company’s needs, both today and for the future.
We are able to assist, both with this discovery phase and in the design and implementation of a tailored “Fit for Business” solution covering both fixed and wireless.
Core and Edge Switches
LAN switches are at the core of all networks. They need to provide high-speed connectivity for users, applications, and communications systems. Their deployment throughout business networks makes them the ideal platforms for integrating advanced services.
LAN switches with features designed for strong investment protection and flexibility can be deployed for a longer period of time, maximizing return on investment. Manageability is important for greater IT operational efficiency.
What you plan to do with your network today and in the future should drive your equipment purchase decisions.
- Integrated Security: Network switches are the first point of entry into the network for users and servers. As such they need to provide the first line of defense against security attacks and also help prevent unauthorized access.
- High Availability: Most network traffic flows through network switches. It is crucial that they have the highest availability possible to minimize the overall cost of network downtime.
- Converged Services: Bringing voice, video, and wireless traffic onto a single IP network requires Ethernet switches. These provide additional converged services to ensure the best possible experience, ease of deployment and management.
Wireless networks are a great enhancement to many businesses and their cabling infrastructure and core networks.
Businesses can experience many benefits from a wireless network, including:
- Convenience. Access your network resources from any location within your wireless network’s coverage area.
- Mobility. You’re no longer tied to your desk, as you were with a wired connection.
- Productivity. Wireless access to the Internet and to your company’s key applications and resources helps your staff get the job done and encourages collaboration.
- Expandable. You can easily expand wireless networks with existing equipment, while a wired network might require additional wiring.
- Security. Advances in wireless networks provide robust security protections.
Wireless can also provide connectivity between buildings where running fixed cabling may be cost prohibitive or impossible.
PC Setup and Relocation
- Collection of old pc’s
- Unboxing and set up of new PC’s
- Plugging in and testing network connection
- Setup of Monitor and Keyboard etc
- Labelling, cleaning and Asset Tagging