Networks

What we work on

  • Pre-existing networks
  • New networks
  • Windows Peer-to-Peer
  • Windows NT 4 through NT 2000
  • Windows 95-98 and NT 4-2000 Workstations
  • Linux Servers and Workstations
  • AS400 and other Server/Terminal networks
  • Internet connections and firewalls

Why Network?
The primary functions of networks are to centralize storage and for ease of file sharing. Other benefits include printer sharing, and internet connection sharing. Centralized storage means that you can perform one backup and backup all data from everyone at once. Also when one person updates information in a program or file, it is instantly seen by everyone else across the network. Employees can share work related files easily and costs can be cut on printers because everyone can use the same printer, or a pool of a few printers. With internet connection sharing, all computers have the ability to get on-line without having individual modems or phone lines, and all at the same time. There is much more to networks, so if you have any specific or general questions please fill out the form below and we will be glad to assist you.
Network Extras

  • Network Printers, Copiers, Faxes, and Scanners
  • Internet connections networked, from dial-up to cable modem
  • Centralized backups
  • Network storage devices
  • Network security
  • AS/400 Emulation on a PC
  • Long distance networks (WAN) between remote sites, VPN or Direct Connections (Frame Relay, T1, etc.)

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