Construction Sites – Rapid Site Deployment
It was not all that long ago that it was considered unlikely that there would be any need for IT connectivity to construction sites. Now, it is one of the first considerations. Infact, without a robust IT infrastructure and reliable communications, projects are in severe risk of delay or outright failure. This white paper explains the benefits of Rapid Site Deployment.
Why Go For Next Generation Firewall?
Traditional firewalls that have served us well for the last 20 years are now rendered helpless against a new breed of attack. The whole security industry is aware of these dangers and are all working on their own next generation solutions. This white paper explains about the new breed of attack and how Next Generation Firewalls will help.
Reducing WAN costs without sacrificing functionality or reliability
As the economic slump continues and its effects leave almost no industry unscathed, it is time for everyone to seek ways to maximise efficiencies in order to maintain profitability. Today’s businesses have far more scope for realising cost efficiencies and many have realized the need to spend in order to save – a strategy that is particularly relevant in IT departments. One of the ways that many companies can realise these elusive efficiencies and save money is to ensure they have a secure, robust, well managed wide area network.
Is Bonded ADSL right for your business?
Bonded ADSL is dismissed by many as being unsuitable for business. This is to ignore the greatest step change in connectivity available to business organisations in a generation. The large download speeds available perfectly matches the “on network” way business works today. Bonded ADSL is not for everyone and the questions that need to be answered and are covered in this document are company size, location and application demands.
Can a data centre lower your networking costs?
Multi-site organisations who need users at all locations to have fast, reliable access to enterprise application servers need to evaluate hosting in “on network” data centres. The problem is that the cost of traditional networking solutions to connect from the Data centre to the organisation’s multiple sites can make hosting in a data centre economically unfeasible. However, using different networking technology could make data centre hosting technically feasible and lower cost.