Technical Support

Technical Support


"Your business is growing. You've added 2 new staff members in the past year, and all 5 employees are complaining about the increasing difficulty of sharing files. Your billing database is on a computer which can only be accessed by your administrative assistant, and you are concerned about not having a centralized backup of the files being saved on each employee's computer."

If this all sounds familiar, it may be time to implement a computer network.

In this discussion, we’ll look at two main computer network solutions for small and medium businesses. We’ll explore the pros and cons of each type so that you can decide which network might be the best solution for your business.

Network Basics
Network begins when two or more computers are connected so that information can be shared. In order to connect to any kind of network, a computer requires a network card and CAT5 or CAT6 cables. (If the computer has a “wireless” network card, radio signals can be used in place of the cables.) A network also requires a piece of equipment called a switch, which acts as a central routing “hub” for the information being shared. A switch is kind of like a mail room in a large company. It makes sure the addressed messages get to the right recipient.
We offer exhaustive IT Solutions so that you can significantly reduce your investment in networking hardware and truly enjoy a “connect and forget” experience. Our networking solutions are practically self-managed and provide a robust support to the IT applications of organizations of any size. The comprehensive networking solutions offered by us include:
  • Conceptual Network Design with Core and Edge Switches
  • Inter Office Connectivity using Routers and Firewalls
  • Performance Management on LAN/WAN Networks
  • Network Management Tools
  • WAN Optimizers
  • Network Wellness Assessment
  • Network traffic analysis and bandwidth optimization
  • Remote office connectivity design and implementation
  • Router and switch design, configuration and implementation
  • Integrating new technologies with legacy systems
  • Network management tools and procedures
  • Converged technologies for Voice, Data and Video
  • Fiber to the home Network Solutions
  • Internet connectivity
Now you have the network, so you need protection from any harmful attacks like MALWARES or malicious softwares, which is specifically designed to damage, disrupt, steal, or in general inflict some other “bad” or illegitimate action on data, hosts, or networks. To avoid such attacks, you may need to install the below:
  • Firewall Security
  • Endpoint Security