Consolidation of your existing hardware
Virtualisation delivers huge benefits through consolidation of multiple server environments onto one server and maximises your return on investment.
Server consolidation reduces capital costs when replacing servers and drives efficiency savings by increasing the utilisation rates of existing server hardware.
Traditional physical servers are often underutilised using as little as 10% of their capacity.
- Microsoft Hyper-V
- 2x Virtual Desktop and Application delivery
In2Networks can advise and supply solutions for data storage both onsite and off using NAS devices. These devices can also be configured to replicate data to multiple sites to allow secondary backups.
Mobility and VPN
In2Networks can configure remote access to networks from laptops, pc’s and mobile devices using VPN, RDP and 2X technologies.
Hardware / Software Supply
At In2Networks we are able to supply all your computer needs from workstations to servers, switches to NAS’s. For more information or to arrange a site visit and quotation please contact us.
In2Networks specialises in system installations for both small and large offices. Should you require a visit from one of our staff to survey your site please contact us to arrange an appointment.
In2Networks works with highly professional and fully qualified cabling engineers who can install or upgrade your offices as required.
With system upgrades cost can be an issue therefore In2Networks works with specialist 3rd party provider of financing options who is able to make this process easier to undertake.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a standard technology behind establishing an encrypted connection between a web server (host) and a web browser (client). This connection between the two ensures that all the data passed between them remain private and intrinsic.
In basic terms a SSL encrypts data transmitted between the user and the server. When a connection is made between your mobile device the server to retrieve e-mail an SSL certificate will protect the information being transmitted.