Network Architecture


Designing Your Network

Designing the framework for the physical and logical side or your computer network.  Having a detailed overview or structure of a network shows how computers are organized, location of the devices, layout of the cables and how tasks are allocated between the computers and devices.

  • Peer to Peer

  • Client Server

Network Topology

The layout of your network is essential for how well your network functions.  Having the right topology for your companies operational model increases performance and easier to locate faults, troubleshoot errors and ensures optimal network health. A well managed network can increase energy, data efficiency, reduce operational costs and maintenance costs.

  • Hardware & Software

  • Cabling

  • Computer & Devices

  • Wired & Wireless Connections

  • Future Planning


Protecting Your Network

Protecting your network from cyber attacks is just as important as having a well organized network. A network allows you to share information and resources but it also lets computer viruses or hackers in that can do damage to your network.  Protect your network against the following:

  • Data loss

  • Email & web based network threats & attacks

  • Spam & Viruses

  • Malware, ransomware and data breaches

Remote Workforce Security

Whether your workers are working from the office, home, coffee shop or public Wifi you need to protect your data. Secure your user and devices no matter where they may be.

  • Multi-factor authentication

  • Secure Wifi

  • Endpoint security

  • Block phishing attempts

  • Expand VPN capacity

  • DNS Protection