LAN (Local Area Networks)
Our experience for several years briefs us that building a LAN to link the personal computers in small organizations will increase their online effectiveness by many folds. Connecting the organization’s computers, printers, servers and other peripheral equipment on a common platform lets the users share expensive hardware, application programs and exchange data files quickly, easily and reliably. These LANs make e-mail possible, support centralized data backups, and provide access to the Internet.
WAN (Wide Area Networks)
If you need a multi-location solution for a distributed organization, a WAN might be the answer. There are several models of WAN to consider: frame, leased lines, VPN (Virtual Private Network) or dial up
For smaller or more dynamic environments, a wireless network would be a cost-effective alternative solution to cabling. Internet connectivity by utilizing new DSL technology and secure firewalls can provide faster downloads and inter-site access to meet your exact requirements.
Networking operations & maintenance
A perfect network performance calls for consistent attention. Any network cannot simple be designed, built and left to perform without proper supervision. Fastlinks Computers brings outstanding consciousness of ideal network performance requirements to its operations and maintenance efforts. Organizations benefit from having expert eyes on their networks, able to recognize issues and refine solutions before they become significant, often before they would be detected by the less experienced. This highly trained attention is the best available assurance that your organization’s networks continue to perform with cent percent reliability.