If proper network optimisation is not in place, the continuous growth can add strain to the network architecture of your organisation. Our specialist team will ensure optimal usage for system resources, improve productivity as well as efficiency for your organisation.
We will maximise your organisations efficiency without acquiring additional or expensive hardware or software.
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Irrespective of which project phase your currently in, whether its project initiation or project excution, we can provide the relevant technical expertise to get it over the line. Our engineers can provide expert technical knowledge of architecture, networking, and security to assist in the implementation and support of your IT projects.
A healthy network is critical to business success. With proactive alerting, network analytics, and real-time monitoring, we can identify anomalies changes as soon as they occur using automated discovery and impact analysis.
Being able to predict and troubleshoot behaviours of the network helps diagnose and prevent issues minimising business impact to critical services.
Network analytics can be used to forecast and plan capacity upgrade where required identifying application performance bottlenecks within the network.
Our key focus is to make sure we deliver customer aligned, efficient, forward thinking designs to help you business grow.
JAK Networks help reduce the operational and maintenance costs while ensuring seamless integration with new technologies.
J&AK Networks Limited (Registered number 09701697) is registered in England and Wales based at registered office 17 Vicarage Close, Oxford, OX44PL
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Securing your network devices should be carried out methodically by addressing issues within various categories. These should be classified across Administration, Maintenance, Authentication, Best Practice and Security areas. Appropriate actions should be taken once the vulnerabilities within these areas have been identified.