• Communication becomes challenging for small and medium-sized companies with branch offices, warehouses, or business partners located in various geographical areas. They frequently need to share customer information, check inventory, and look up sales data, transfer files, process invoices, and exchange e-mail. Yet a dispersed organisation cannot communicate effectively and efficiently without the right technology.
  • There are numerous ways to connect office locations. But do you have the specialized expertise to determine the method that will work best for you?
  • Loss of interoffice connectivity means that users in remote offices are cut-off from key central systems and can be left without the ability to perform even the most basic day-to-day functions required to carry out critical business transactions. As a result, customers are disappointed, orders are delayed, and the afflicted business pays for workers to wait for the network to come back online.
  • Intra Office Connectivity is a private network accessible only to an organisation’s staff. Generally a wide range of information and services from an organisation’s internal IT systems are available that would not be available to the public from the Internet. A company-wide intranet can constitute an important focal point of internal communication and collaboration, and provide a single starting point to access internal and external resources. In its simplest form an intra connectivity is established with the technologies for local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WAN) .