Network Management

We can develop tools for your business that can increase your functionality without the higher long-term capital investment of traditional solutions as your business grows.

Why Do You Need Network Management?

By having your network managed, you protect your business from unauthorized access to your computers and network, safeguard your data, and provide defense against viruses and malware with managed firewalls.

  • Increase your team’s efficiency with better data retrieval speed on your network.
  • Reduce likelihood of downtime for your servers, which leads to lost productivity.
  • Make sure that not all your eggs are in the same basket or server for storing data, connecting users, delivering emails, sending files to printers, and managing firewalls. Having your servers virtualized provides a redundant environment working in tandem to reduce downtime. Learn more about virtualization.
  • Stay connected with your business no matter where you are with secure and encrypted VPN and remote access.
  • Receive expert advice for growing your technology with your business, freeing your time up from endless research of unfamiliar IT concepts.

Design & Implementation

A well-planned network that is designed with your needs and future growth can help your business achieve its goals.

The design of a network for a small to mid-sized business must be simple, yet functional, secure and scalable. As the business grows, the network must easily expand with it. Even if the scale of the initial environment is small, avoid making technology decisions that might limit your company as it expands.

As part of the implementation process, setting up and configuring your servers can include Active Directory Services setup, DNS and DHCP setup, sharing directories and databases, and implementing group policies.

After implementing your designed network, we will provide the documentation on your network schematics.

Our philosophy is that documentation is a key component to maintaining a highly reliable network. Know what you have, where it is, and monitor it constantly. Maintaining documentation on your network is the easiest way to ensure you’re following best practices, tracking changes and creating the means to troubleshoot effectively.