Maintain Network Uptime

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Computer networks fall into two main categories: local-area and wide-area.

When the computers in your company are interconnected for the purpose of sharing internal data and networked resources like file storage and printers, and the interconnection is confined to your physical environment, you have a local area network.

When your local area network is connected with other networks in the world (the Internet), your computers are part of a wide-area network.

Whatever category your network is in, it must be up and running continuously — and normally —if you desire to maximize the return on your investment in your network. In other words, maintaining network uptime positively affects your bottom line.

The opposite of uptime is downtime. You experience downtime when your network is not running, or it appears to be running but is not delivering your expected results either because it has slowed down to a snail’s pace or is operating erratically. Downtime means lost time and money.

The only acceptable alternative for your network is constant uptime.

Devgineer can help you achieve near 100% uptime (wherever you go, there is no perfect network uptime record). We look into the nitty-gritty of such things as routers, firewalls, network server configuration, workstation configuration, user permissions, network anti-virus, network anti-malware, and many other technical issues better left to the care of specialists like us. In this way your company can concentrate on its effort on making profits, while we concentrate in controlling downtime-related costs (which can be painfully substantial if downtime is not promptly addressed).


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  • D-Link
  • Linksys
  • SonicWALL
  • SmoothWall
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  • Broadband Setup
  • Bandwidth Monitoring
  • Device Monitoring
  • Firewall Management
  • Internet Filtering
  • Network Inventory
  • Site to Site Link
  • Traffic Shaping