Information technology networks are the foundation of commercial efficiency. Having a strong reliable connection is not a luxury, but a necessity. We only select network equipment that has been fully tested by our engineers, so we are confident they can withstand your usage demands. Offering hardwired and wireless options, our networks are specifically designed for your location adjusting for environmental factors.
Calculating the Bottom Line
When running a business, every piece of equipment has a return on investment (ROI) and total cost of ownership (TCO) value. This greatly impacts the equipment we select for each solution.
Return on Investment
Simply put, you expect the integration and operational costs of your network solution to be less than your profit made by using it. By choosing reliable, reputable products it drastically increases the return on investment.
- Longer standard warranties provide additional investment protection
- Lower failure rates mean greater up time and increased productivity, leading to increased profit
- Optimal performance reduces TCO
Total Cost of Ownership
TCO refers to expense involved in owning a product. Consider the following costs to your bottom line and reputation of an improperly designed network.
- Profit lost when your system is down
- Price of labor and parts to get the system up and running again
- Financial cost of breached security
- Possible legal ramifications of breached security
- Reputation ramifications of breached security
Benefits of Our Equipment Choices
- Enterprise level security
- Guest networks
- Strong reliable connections
- Lack of wireless dead spots
- Wireless interference correction
- Longer Warranties
Internet based systems
The following systems require a strong network to operate at optimal performance:
- IP Phone Systems
- Surveillance Systems
- Energy Management
- Certain Access Features
- Certain Digital Signage Applications
Video Conferencing uses a set of telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to communicate with simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions. It has also been called 'visual collaboration' and is a type of groupware.
Videoconferencing differs from videophone calls in that it's designed to serve a conference or multiple locations rather than individuals.
Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange Phone System
An IP PBX is a complete telephone system that provides telephone calls over IP data networks. All conversations are sent as data packets over the network.
IP PBX Phone System Benefits
- Easier to manage because of web/GUI based configuration interface
- Significant cost savings using a voice over internet protocol (VOIP) provider for long distance and international calls
- Scalable ,a large number of phone lines and extensions – just add more phones to your network to expand
- Better customer service & productivity due to additional features
- Allows for hot desking & roaming
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