Managed Networking Services in Chicago
Having a scalable and reliable network will increase your small business’ or nonprofits operations and speed.
Networking Services for Small Businesses and Nonprofits in Chicago
Wiring is the invisible, but irreplaceable component of your business’ technology system.
You can have the most high-end devices, but if your network wiring is unprofessionally installed, your productivity will suffer from connection issues.
Our goal is to offer the highest quality service and work. Combined with a complimentary site survey and fast work, you will be able to enjoy a reliable and fast connection that supports your entire device fleet.
That’s not where we stop, though – we want to be sure your connection is not spotty, you get promised upload and download speeds and the reliability your business needs.
Benefits of expert Networking Services:
We provide the following Managed Networking Services
- Network management Monitoring network usage to detect any anomalies and threats
- Wireless network setup and support Configuring Wi-Fi access points and ensuring reliable and spotless connection
- Network uptime monitoring Overseeing network uptime and disconnects to proactively troubleshoot isues and ensuring high uptime
- Network security updates and configuration Updating network devices for maximum security and configuring relevant access controls
What is Structured Cabling?
Your small business is becoming more connected to the web. With all modern business tools, such as VoIP systems, cloud services, and the Internet of Things, we are getting more done with less time. However, all these devices demand their share of your network to work efficiently.
This is where Structured Cabling starts playing a role. Unlike in traditional cabling, Structured Cabling is broken down into small, standardized parts. This division makes the network more scalable, resilient, and easily manageable.
In the past, when we needed fewer devices in the workspace, point-to-point cabling was the most popular option. That means each device had its own internet cable, which all ran into a patch panel or distribution device. The cabling got messier with each added device and made troubleshooting more complex.
Besides making troubleshooting harder, having a big bundle of messy cables can:
- Decrease the airflow needed by devices, causing them to overheat
- Become a fire hazard since cables can spark under pressure and catch fire
- Seriously complicate simple tasks, like switching out cables or devices
- Become a liability if someone trips over the cables, possibly breaking cables or equipment in the fall
How we structure your business Network
Benefits of Structured Cabling
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