Networking & Internet

Networking for Business

Installation of servers, computers and Network attached Storage, as well as the future maintenance.

The network is still the basis for a good and fast working computer environment. the network enables data exchange between computers, printers, servers and other devices. Wireless networks are reaching the speed of wired networks but can be are less secure. we can plan safe and fast networks over extended areas, in an between buildings and wider areas.

 

Structured network cabling, network service

Network service is not only the laying of cables from A to B. Active and passive network components include the structured network cabling. Passive network components are, for example, the cable; active switching units such as switches or hubs relay data packets from the transmitter to the correct recipient. Different topologies in LAN like bus, ring, tree and mesh topology have pros and cons, that want to be considered in advance. Considerations of reliability are also indispensable: the double interpretation of network components or the use of spanning tree protocols already for medium-sized networks. Every building should have at least a distribution Cabinet, perhaps even each floor of the Office System. The cabinets are with particularly fast network The correct network solutions can keep your employees connected and productive to your network to help you better compete against larger companies while lowering communications costs.

Advantages

Network solutions supporting voice, data, and wireless on one network, can offer additional advantages including:  Comprehensive security from hackers, viruses, and other threats  The ability to add, move, or change users on the network and manage equipment costs The flexibility to add and expand requirements without expensive upgrades

Routers

Routers can be used to link multiple networks together, such as your local network to the Internet and control remote access of computers and device such as printers and NAS boxes, Routers can also have integrated switches with technologies like firewalls and virtual private networks to link remote locations

The router acts as a manager choosing the most efficient route for your data to travel so that it’s received quickly and without errors.

Routers analyze the data being sent over the network and change how it is packaged then send it to another network, or over a different type of network. They connect your local office to the outside world, secure your data from threats, and can prioritize the information sent between computers

Depending on size and layout of the office and number of users there are routers with a range of options and capabilities.

Including features such as:

  • Firewalls: specific software that can be configured to examine incoming and outgoing data and protect your business network environment from attacks from the outside world
  • Virtual Private Network (VPN): A secure connection allowing remote access by users to the local network, including servers, computes and printers
  • VOIP: IP Telephone systems, voice, SMS and conferencing, using public internet

Switches

Switches connect multiple devices on the same network within the office or whole building. Network Switches can connect PC’s, Laptops, printers and servers, sharing resources between all devices. Also allowing central control of the various devices sharing the network.

Unmanaged switch is a plug and go option, does not allow you to make changes to ports or network traffic commonly used for home or smaller business networks,

Managed switch allows you connect directly to switch and configure it for traffic management and can be monitored and adjusted locally or remotely to give you full control over network traffic, also manage network security,