Network Management

Network management involves monitoring and maintaining your network to ensure it’s secure, reliable, and optimized for performance. With our managed network services, your network will receive regular security updates, device and user management, and proactive monitoring of traffic for performance. Managing your network also means troubleshooting when network issues arise, communicating with your ISP, and working with your teams to improve network infrastructure.

With an outsourced network management service, an organization can reduce the complexity of managing their network in-house and free up resources to focus on their core business activities.

Hardware components: This can include network adapters, routers, switches, hubs, firewalls, and other devices physically connected to the network[1][2].

Software components: This includes network operating systems, security software (Antivirus, Firewalls, intrusion detection, etc.), and other software applications used in managing and securing the network^[2]^.

Network protocols: These are sets of rules that govern communications between network devices, including the internet protocol (IP) and Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), among others^[3]^.

Cables and connectors: This includes cables such as Ethernet, fiber optic, and coaxial cables, and connectors like RJ45 and BNC^[4]^.

Servers and server software: Servers and server software components, such as web servers, database servers, and mail servers are also important components