We have a passion for technology and a belief in its power to make your business work better, your people become more productive and your customers are more loyal. To help you better understand the role of technology in your organization and how to plan for, integrate and manage your environment to best fit your business needs, we offer a full life cycle of services.

Switching & Routing

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Switching and routing are core functions of any network, but they have grown beyond the traditional role of connecting network segments. Switches and routers are getting more intelligent; even low-end and mid-range products now include features that were once found only in enterprise data centers.

Your network is more than the LANs, WANs, routers, and switches it consists of. It is even more than a productivity tool. It creates agility and competitiveness for your business. Network integration should help in transferring information quickly and reliability between employees, customers, and partners.

Your productivity and efficiency depend on a network that is always on and always accessible. We help you ensure that your network is:

  • Flexible and robust to respond to the changing dynamics of your business
  • Tailored to meet your communication needs
  • Managed end to end through best practices such as Technology Lifecycle Management (TLM)
  • Adaptable; thanks to new computing models like software-defined networking (SDN)
  • Compliant with regulations and corporate governance guidelines
  • Aligned with the highest industry standards

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Wireless & Mobility

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How do you ensure secure mobility while becoming a fully mobile organization without the risk of data loss or compliance violations?

Will your network handle increased mobile traffic while remaining accessible 24×7? Will your communication costs spiral out of control? How do you handle the increased demand for device and application support?

Becoming a mobile-enabled organization will affect your entire IT infrastructure – from individual software applications to overall management and monitoring. It’s not a simple process, yet it promises improved productivity, greater efficiency, and more responsive customer interaction.

ITMCX views mobility as a journey that begins with addressing your immediate mobility needs, improving visibility, and increasing control. We then help you plot a future course for device management and mobile application usage to meet your business needs. And finally? An environment of connected intelligence – always on, always available resources, and information accessible from anywhere, on any device.

Creating a mobility roadmap will help you address all your mobility questions. It will ensure that initiatives across all people, processes, and technology areas that are driven by an effective, coherent strategy to validate your investments in mobility.

Unified Threat Management & Security

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No matter the size of your business, if you aren’t prepared for cyber attacks, you’re at serious risk.

Using a consolidated UTM approach not only simplifies network security and makes it more cost-effective, it also adds extra protection against potential business threats like security breaches, data theft, hacking, and user-related vulnerabilities. A UTM application consolidates the many levels of network security that you need to implement—from firewalls with anti-virus and anti-spyware protection, to web filtering and intrusion detection.

Without Managed Security and UTM, businesses are leaving themselves open to liability, lawsuits, and fines.

Secure Remote Access

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Secure remote access is no longer the privilege of a few within the organization. Previously, it had been restricted to only those that really needed it: members of the IT team, key sales people and ‘road warriors’ in the management team, for example. Access was limited to a handful of applications and to corporate devices.

Now, everything has changed. A consolidated and unified approach to remote access is becoming the new design ethos. This brings many advantages to the business, including enhanced productivity, cost reduction, and flexibility. But this change also brings new security challenges.

 

Paging & Emergency Notification

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As emergency events continue to unfold across the country, the rapid demand for campus- and building-wide paging systems is turning paging and mass notification systems into a requirement vs. a luxury.

While a mass notification system may not prevent crises from occurring on campus, they can help to reduce the risk to staff, faculty, and students. Mass notification systems can utilize a number of communication options to let everyone know about a potentially dangerous situation, such as a weather emergency, act of terror, mass shooting, or chemical/bio hazard.

Mass notification systems can also come in handy for non-emergency communication across multiple campuses and locations. This could include anything from a weather-related delay or cancelation of classes to general notifications on campus elections and events.