Computer network layout can make or break your business.
Planning and designing your network provides the essential foundation for your future network build. Incorporation of multi-technology, planning, monitoring, and troubleshooting done by our professional team members, will ensure you have peace of mind where it comes to data integrity in your company.
1. Needs Assessment
This is the phase where we sit down with you, getting to know your business and share ideas of how to make your computer network work for you.
2. Project Scope & Definition
Now that we have all the information necessary to start implementing your network hardware and software, we start planning the project by drawing up documentation which involves determining specific goals, deliverables, tasks, costs and deadlines. Responsibilities for team members are set up with guidelines for making decisions about change requests during the project. It is natural for parts of a large project to change along the way, so the better the project has been "scoped" at the beginning, the better the project team will be able to manage change.
3. Layout & Design
A professionally implemented and managed computer network can only serve to benefit you and your company. A poorly designed network quickly results in communication in, to and from your business to stop functioning properly - resulting in loss of man hours, ultimately resulting in loss of income. We plan ahead for future scope as early as possible during this phase, preventing the typical soon to follow "add-on" scenario which quickly ends up in starting again right from the beginning.
4. Network infrastructure
Network infrastructure refers to the hardware and software resources of an entire network that enable network connectivity, communication, operations and management of an enterprise network. Network infrastructure provides the communication path and services between users, processes, applications, services and external networks/the Internet. Network infrastructure is typically part of the IT infrastructure found in most enterprise IT environments. The entire network infrastructure is interconnected, and can be used for internal communications, external communications or both.
5. Network maintenance and services (SLA)
Not only do we design and implement the network hardware and software, but we offer you a Service Level Agreement (SLA) where you have the option to choose between technicians on a call-out basis, or permanently assigned to you or placed on-site, should your circumstances require such a service. Hourly rates are highly negotiable.