Putting Control Back in Your Hands
Organizational networks, small ones and large ones alike, are instrumental in obtaining information and managing the organization. Organizations whose networks are not properly integrated often suffer from low productivity and diminished output. This is where Nextcom's automatic monitoring and control system comes into play.
Network Efficiency – The IT Manager's Challenge
To ensure efficient use of network components and resources, such as bandwidth consumption or disk space on a server, IT managers must have a thorough knowledge of their network infrastructure. This critical information can be automatically detected, collected, and displayed visually, for both local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN).
With this, it is usually difficult to determine whether network faults are impacting services or applications. In such work environments, it is nearly impossible to identify problem areas or potential breaches in the existing network structure, something that impedes an organization’s ability to formulate plans for future IT systems.
Continual Uptime for Organizational Networks
On the one hand, a fundamental requirement of any organizational network is to maximize the uptime of mission critical systems, however new infrastructure may work against this goal. If crucial business systems, vital routers, servers, switches and other components are not working properly, employee productivity and output, as well as the commercial success of the whole organization, could be compromised. On the other hand, manual network surveillance is usually cumbersome and quickly becomes an organizational "bottleneck". Only 24/7 monitoring, 365 days a year, can prevent system collapse or degradations in performance.
Monitoring and Control Systems for a More Efficient Organization
Nextcom specializes in crafting holistic solutions in the area of network requirement management and adapting solution specifications to the needs of its clients: What are the existing network components? What services and applications are active on the network? How is the network connected and how are critical systems integrated into it? And much more. These questions are answered through careful consideration and analysis of the following:
– Understanding the client's network infrastructure
– Maximizing uptime for all of the client's systems
– Basic network load planning
With the help of Nextcom's monitoring and control systems, our clients can successfully contend with the significant challenges involved in growing and merging complex networks, benefit from full integration with existing systems and create a more efficient, more profitable organization.
For additional information and a commitment free consultation regarding Nextcom’s monitoring and control systems, please contact us
Eran Sagi, Integration Department Manager - 052-8663340