Today, the Internet-based economy often demands around-the-clock customer service.
This means that business networks must be available nearly 100 percent of the time.
They must be smart enough to automatically protect against unexpected security incidents.
To meet the daily requirements of businesses, standard networks themselves are becom¬ing quite complex and costly.
Computers and information networks are critical to the success of businesses, both large and small.
They connect people, support applications and services, and provide access to the resources that
keep the businesses running.
These business networks must also be able to adjust to changing traffic loads to maintain consistent application response times.
For standard networks it is no longer practical to construct networks by connecting many standalone
components without careful planning and design.
Functionally reliable networks do not happen by accident. They are the result of hard work by network
designers and technicians, who identify network requirements and select the best solutions and products to
meet the needs of a business. The steps we required to design a reliable network for our customers are
Audit: Verify the business goals and technical requirements
Determine the features and functions required to meet the needs identified in Audit
Perform a network-readiness assessment
Create a solution and site acceptance test plan
Provide a project plan for our customer
After the network requirements have been identified, we begin the steps in designing a robust network for our
customer as the project implementation moves forward
Designing or network we focus on the network as a way to access the applications they need, when and how
customer needs them to operate efficiently and effectively.
Contact Person: Mrs. Yvone Si