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Data Networks

Networks, the Systems that are associated with the Networks, Servers and Security.

•Local Area Networks (LANS) -- LANs enable you to connect workstations in your office, so that you can easily share files, printers, Internet connections and other resources. Our network consultant team can help you develop a network that shares these resource with the goal to make your company the most productive that it can be.

•Wireless LAN -- A wireless LAN enables remote employees, as well as those in the building, to "roam" with laptops without the need for wired hookups.

•Wide Area Networks (WANS) -- WANs enable you to connect branch offices, so that your entire company can share an e-mail system, enterprise software packages and Internet access.

•Virtual Private Networks (VPN's)-- VPNs enable remote network access and branch office-to-branch office connectivity without the cost of long distance dialup connections. VPNs help you save hundreds or thousands of dollars on telecommunications costs without compromising the security of your data. Our VPN consultants can specializes in VPNs that solve your remote access problems.

•Remote Network Access-- Remote network access enables traveling employees and telecommuters to access company data securely, easily and inexpensively.

•Microsoft Windows Server -- Setup a file server in a Domain environment to share data, application, and printers. Also allow centralized location for proper daily backup.

•Microsoft Exchange Server -- Exchange servers support e-mail systems, so that you can communicate with employees, clients and partners.

•Web servers -- Web servers enable you to ensure internal security by hosting your public website on your network, rather than on your internal system.

•Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Office software -- With these industry-standard programs, you can create and share documents, contacts, schedules, spreadsheets, databases, presentations and much more.

Network Security

There are two main types of security and remote access options available today: software and hardware. Software based firewalls running on a computer or server can have inherent problems.

A general-purpose computer's operating system isn't designed with bulletproof security in mind. Configuring computer-based firewall gateways require that you harden the operating system. This means ensuring the operating system always has the latest security patches to fix new security flaws.

The complexity of current software based firewall and VPN products have been problematic; particularly ease of use and management. Hardware based firewall solutions, typically embodied in security appliances, protects the entire network. A security appliance is a solid-state platform with a powerful onboard processor to handle the demands of firewall processing. Because security appliances protect the network at the Internet gateway, they provide a platform for seamless local or remote management of all security and remote access services.

•Firewall Protection -- Firewalls protect your network and your company's data from intentional and unintentional intrusions. Our network security team can help in designed and bulletproof firewall system for your company. We can audit your network system and give recommendations to improve your network security, or we provide full service to ensure a protected network.

•Back-up Systems-- A comprehensive data backup and recovery plan is critical to the security of your company information. The right backup plan, in conjunction with the right backup system, minimizes or eliminates the risk of losing data in the event of natural or manmade disasters.

•Enterprise Anti-Virus -- Enterprise antivirus solutions circumvent human error and forgetfulness by automatically updating virus definitions and performing workstation disinfection scans.

•Enterprise fax systems -- Enterprise fax systems enable you to send and receive faxes directly from your workstation. These systems make it easy to send broadcast faxes to large audiences and to archive all of the faxes that you receive.

•Internet monitoring systems -- Monitor corporate Internet usage and develop an Acceptable Usage Policy (AUP). Monitoring systems enable you to avoid costly legal situations by blocking specific sites. You can also increase productivity by allowing employees to use the Internet for company-related research. 

MPLS, DIA (Internet), VPN,

Ethernet/PL (Privet Line), SD LAN

Data technology allows businesses to boost their bottom line by increasing efficiencies, becoming more robust and staying more competitive in the marketplace. FSG understands the challenges associated with data networks and we can addresses these pain points as we work through the design, implementation and maintenance of the network solution that best meets your requirements. A network assessment will allow Freedom Solutions Group to help guide you through this process, helping you to maintain your edge in the marketplace.

If you are in business, the chances are very good that you have an internet connection. From DSL to Ethernet, access to the internet is a requirement today. It is also a requirement that continues to grow. More data, more applications, and more information reside on networks accessible through the internet than ever before. Further, as these data applications continue to grow, additional applications such as email, cloud computing, SoHo workers and wireless users connecting to your network from anywhere in the world, your internet connection may be the most important connection in your network.

If you have two or more sites, you more than likely have a data network. It may be just across internet connections serving your sites, or it might be an expansive network connecting many sites with a mix of technologies, including VPN, MPLS, private line; Ethernet or dark fiber. No matter what you use to connect your locations, Freedom Solutions Group can help you evaluate the best transport method, from a carrier that meets your needs at a very competitive price structure.

Data networking technologies are expanding the reach of IT organizations at a rapid pace. Unlike voice technologies that still operate in fundamentally the same way from an end-user perspective, data technology innovations have created very meaningful differences in how networks operate. Data security, packet prioritization, cloud computing, VoIP, inter-office video and collaboration and off-site data centers are putting new demands on data networks every day.

FSG is staffed with some of the best data and internet design engineers in the industry and can reach out to dozens of strategic partners in numerous areas of specific expertise.

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