Office & Home Network Support
In an ideal world, you decide how fast you drive. No roundabouts, no bottlenecks, no speed bumps, no one way traffic. To help you achieve that in your network, we provide a traffic monitoring service which alerts us when things your end aren’t running quickly and smoothly.
We will bring you up to speed immediately and if serious repairs are required, we will discuss an appropriate plan of action. You might want to extend your wireless signal, improve your internet connectivity or simply hear some friendly advice.
We offer a thorough consultation with all our network customers which enables us to provide the best network infrastructure possible for your business.
Hardwired networks (meaning terminal points fixed to the walls) are still the fastest and most reliable method of networking. On average such networks are 10x faster than wireless technology and far more secure. We understand, however, that you may require wireless access in your office, and that's why we recommend a hybrid infrastructure which benefits the convenience of a wireless access point with the speed and reliability of a hardwired network.
If you are thinking of buying another workstation or you already have more than one, why not network them together? Once networked you will be able to choose what information each computer can access from one another. Share Internet connection, printers and much more. You may have young children who have access to the Internet. With our recommended software this can prove an ideal way of monitoring their browsing, to ensure that when they browse the internet they do so safely. Whether your preference is wireless or cable, we will make sure the cost is minimal and have your network up and running in no time.
Many existing wireless networks in the home and even some businesses are unprotected against unauthorised use of the Internet connection and intrusion into the computer on the network. It's scary to think someone could be searching for and viewing illegal content on your unprotected wireless Internet connection. You would be legally responsible by default.