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Infrastructure Services

TECHEWARE Managed Services can help Enterprises manage and deploy multi-vendor environments, save money, focus on strategic applications, remain agile and reduce risk.

Modern CIOs are frequently caught between a rock and a hard place. Technology is seen as a key driver of innovation and efficiency, but business priorities change quickly and the CIO is often struggling to catch up.
However, the increasing complexity of the IT and communications environment is using up valuable resources and IT projects can take up to a year to plan and deploy.

TECHEWARE Managed services can help these beleaguered CIOs by taking away the headache of running and deploying a converged infrastructure.

It helps a particular organization IT staff to focus on their core competencies rather than juggling with IT challenges. Most of all TECHEWARE Managed Services helps organizations to be proactive rather than reactive to avoid major IT failures. Once they sign up for provision of managed services it enables their IT operations to be controlled by industry experts with superior support.

Moreover, huge infrastructure and CAPEX savings are reduced where an organization transitions and delegates its operations to a dedicated Managed Services provider. This not only improves its IT operations but also enhances employee’s productivity and simultaneously reducing
frustration due to downtimes.

NETWORKS
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Ethernet Switching
a range of Local Area Network switches for data center, core, edge, and branch applications
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Unified Branch
a range of routers and Virtual Private Network appliances that provide a secure connection for branches
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Wireless Networking
a cost-effective and scalable solution enabling enterprises to deploy wireless coverage
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Access Control
solutions that provide policy decision to enforce role-based access control to the network
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Unified Management
providing support for data and voice networks by simplifying the requirements associated across functional areas
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Virtual Enterprise Network
an end-to-end virtualization strategy and architecture that helps simplify data center and campus networking.