Managing Your Network
Does your network seem slow? Does your WiFi not connect properly in some parts of your office? You may notice that your internet speeds decrease when on web/video conferences, or that sometimes your conferences have inconsistent quality; this can all be attributed to an improperly configured/setup network. Most small and medium businesses don’t have the ability, internally, to build a robust network, maintain it, and monitor it for inefficiencies and security issues. Your network may have security issues that you are unaware of – with the rise in cyber threats, this could be putting your data and your business in jeopardy.
Networking: The Right Way
With a fully managed and monitored network, it helps to alleviate the worry of a catastrophic network breakdown with long downtimes. Because the network is monitored, the problem is often apparent as to where the break happened and can be fixed quickly. As the network is fully secured it also removes the worry of security threats from external forces on the network.
Another benefit to having a fully managed network, aside from security issues or downtime, is also having the ability to detect and resolve slow downs in performance.This is true not only for your internal local network (LAN), but your external network connection (WAN) as well.