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Enterprise Network

An enterprise network is an enterprise’s communications backbone that helps connect computers and related devices across all locations. An enterprise network may include local and wide area networks (LAN/WAN), depending on operational and departmental requirements.

It links all the computers and devices in various departments and working groups and ensures simple and effective information exchange.

It provides fast and reliable connectivity for end users as well as applications.

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Enterprise networking includes solutions for analytics, monitoring and security that can be installed to further optimize ongoing business operations.

Benefits

Increased Efficiency Through Collaboration

Employees can work together on shared resources remotely or in an office, factory or campus.

Higher Productivity

For streamlined test with collaboration tools and version control to private cloud orchestration with cloud based applications and an agile internal firewall, modern networking can dramatically improve employee productivity.

Controlled Access to Company’s Resources

Organizations can deliver connectivity to applications and data that’s controlled and secured by perimeter and internal firewalls.

Lower Costs

The combination of server and network
virtualization enables businesses to maximize the efficient allocation of resources across on-premises and cloud infrastructure.

Key Features:

  • Know when new devices are added to the network, through a process of automatic discovery.

  • View what the network looks like, on a topology map, and where traffic bottlenecks occur.

  • Group faults together for simpler troubleshooting.

  • Analyze network performance in real-time.

  • Keep track of devices deployed in the network (inventory management)

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