Integrated Network Systems proudly supports Fairfield Ohio Network Services.
One of the major challenges faced by network managers in Fairfield today is ensuring that network designs will in fact provide productive tools and services for the client. INS will help take the risks out of the network design. The proper design and implementation will allow infrastructure reliability, performance, availability, connectivity, and future improvements that your Fairfield business needs.
Our experience has lead to the commonsense approach, that every client’s needs are unique. As a result, every environment is customized and tailored to specific individual requirements. All needs are evaluated for current and future conditions considering the business services and their software needs. Let INS evaluate the specific needs of your Fairfield business.
New software advances allow for full multi-user interaction of your general software packages along with full audio and video conferencing allowing for virtual office environments regardless of geographic location. This allows for greater productivity by providing collaborative capabilities to your employees.
The next level of mobile connectivity starts with wireless communication. Wireless connectivity can be within a given facility or wide area infrastructure. Wireless can also be with cellular connectivity through all major cell providers. Users can literally travel in their cars and have full service real time connection to their office resources. If your company has the need to become mobile, INS can provide you with several affordable secured solutions to meet your needs.
What are Network Services?
In computer networking, network services are applications running at the network application layer and above, that provides data storage, manipulation, presentation, communication or other capability which is often implemented using a client-server or peer-to-peer architecture based on application layer network protocols.
Each service is usually provided by a server component running on one or more computers (often a dedicated server computer offering multiple services) and accessed via a network by client components running on other devices. However, the client and server components can both be run on the same machine.
Clients and servers will often have a user interface, and sometimes other hardware associated with them.