Implementing a reliable Wide Area Network (WAN) solution or a secure point to point Virtual Private Network on your office firewall for multiple remote offices requires experienced planning. Proper Wide Area Network installations, maintenance and support solutions save your company money, increases functionality and ensures secure communications.
Would you like to facilitate better communication between all of your remote offices? These days, as business structures become more complex, Wide Area Network (WAN) communications support far more activities than ever before. Your company may be better serviced by using point to point Virtual Private Networks on your office firewalls for lower monthly service bills while ensuring secured communications.
Previously, a WAN’s primary function was for distributing e-mail to branch offices, and providing access authorization from a primary authorization server. A WAN can be used as a cost saving measure; for example, applications run from the main office may be client-server based but for performance reasons, accessed via a Terminal Server over the WAN. While service providers still offer dedicated WAN products, a simple point to point VPN tunnel is far less costly and offers a number of benefits.
If your company has one or multiple remote offices you may have, or are considering, implementing a WAN to save your company money and increase functionality in those offices. Coordinating and implementing the right WAN solution can be confusing and challenging, particularly if IT support is not available at those remote offices. We support numerous technologies including cable, dsl, fios, T1s, wireless, ethernet over copper and T3s.
Complete Systems Design has the expertise in selecting the right bandwidth and equipment to support your present and future needs for your WAN. CSD's network security consultants can handle this task and design the right solution so that all your remote offices can run efficiently. While dedicated WANs were once common, site to site virtual private networks /site to site VPNs allow you to securely encrypt traffic between offices while leveraging the lower costs of Internet and ubiquitous Internet connections. ISPs such as cable providers, FIOS providers, ethernet over copper (EoC) and even microwave wireless can often be far less expensive than dedicated WANs.