Building A Good Network
Good 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 to meet the needs of a business.
The steps required to design a good network are as follows:
- Step 1. Verify the business goals and technical requirements.
- Step 2. Determine the features and functions required to meet the needs identified in Step 1.
- Step 3. Perform a network-readiness assessment.
- Step 4. Create a solution and site acceptance test plan.
- Step 5. Create a project plan.
All Tech systems Network Administrators
Our network Administartors are one of the very best available ones. Some of us with the very best of industry exposure and the rest of us with the very best training. We are fully prepared and carefully built to help with these situations while following the required steps listed above (as prescribed by CISCO) to design a network that would function wonderfully.
Our Design Goals For Your Network
Our Designs, after being carefully thought out would give your network:
- Scalability: With a scalable network design, we can help grow your network to include new user groups and remote sites and to support new applications without impacting the level of service delivered to existing users.
- Availability: A network designed for availability is one that delivers consistent and reliable performance, for you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With this, the failure of a single link or piece of equipment should not significantly impact your network's performance.
- Security: Security is a feature that must be designed into the network, not added on after the network is complete. Planning the location of security devices, filters, and firewall features is critical to safeguarding network resources and this is an integral part of our design process.
- Manageability: No matter how good the initial network design is, we are readily available to manage and support the network. A network that is too complex or difficult to maintain cannot function effectively and efficiently.