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Computer Networking

Our services include network design, installation, and maintenance, ensuring seamless communication and data sharing across your organization. Our expert team works closely with you to create a customized, scalable, and secure networking infrastructure tailored to your unique needs.

The Function of Firewalls, Switches, and Access Points on Your Network



Switches act as controllers, connecting printers, computers, and servers to a network. They allow devices on your network to communicate with each other and with other networks. Together they create a network of shared resources. They share information and allocate resources, thus saving money and increasing productivity. There are two types of switches: Managed and Unmanaged. 

- Unmanaged switches cannot be configured and are generally used for home networks. 

- Managed switches can be configured. You can monitor and adjust managed switches remotely or on-site, and thus maintain greater network access and control of network traffic.

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Access Points 


Access points allow devices to connect to Wi-Fi (Wireless Networks). Wireless networks facilitate flexible online support to mobile users. Access points act like network amplifiers by extending bandwidth so that your network can support multiple devices and allow those devices to network access from farther away. It can also provide useful data and security about the devices on the network. 




Firewalls create a barrier between the devices on your network (such as desktop computers, mobile devices, printers, and more) and the networks outside of your organization. All of the data that goes from your network to the outside world or from the Internet and external systems into your network is monitored by a firewall to look for malicious data or recognizable threats. It also acts as an intermediary so your computer systems never directly connect to someone else's.

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