In order to secure your network, businesses must first understand what solutions are necessary to protect your environment. Because no single solution protects your network from the variety of entry points. Many network security threats today are spread over the Internet. The most common include:
In today’s environment, security is achieved through a combination of hardware, software and/or cloud architecture. Your software and hardware must be constantly updated in real time to maintain optimal protection of your network from emerging threats. In the ideal situation, network security consists of several components working together to improve security.
With network security in place, your company will experience many business benefits. Your company is protected against business disruption, which helps keep employees productive. Ultimately, network security helps protect a business’s reputation, which is one of its most important assets.
Today companies need an integrated product that protects virtual and physical environments, makes it easy for administrators to both simplify backup and disaster recovery. Our backup methods dramatically minimize business downtime.
Comprehensive disk and cloud storage for virtual, physical, and application backup.
Network and server monitoring identifies when and where performance bottlenecks occur, with bandwidth and performance Monitoring History Reports. You can view and print 24-hour and seven-day history reports of bandwidth usage, or any Performance Monitoring parameter (such as processor utilization), directly from our monitoring system.
Access these reports at any time to proactively spot trends that could impact your network, or diagnose any performance issues that they have experienced.
Daily systems check
A short report showing the results of the Daily Health Checks.
Weekly systems check / Monthly systems check
Schedule a weekly version, showing the results of the Daily Health Checks over the past week.
Vulnerabilities And Updates
Patch management for Microsoft, Mac OS X and Linux operating systems and applications.