I.T. Done Right’s legacy with troubleshooting and designing data communication systems dates back before modern standards existed.  Starting with proprietary enterprise data systems from companies like IBM and DEC, and old-school telecom technologies like X.25, to current day fiber optic, Ethernet, and Wi-Fi networking, our founders have been on the front lines of communication for almost 40-years.

 

Over the decades we’ve troubleshot every commercially viable networking technology used in North America and many not-so-viable solutions too

 

A typical MDF before we get there

Private, public, DSL, DOCSIS, LAN, WAN, IR, satellite, radio and Wi-Fi  –  it doesn’t matter what technologies you’re using to get the job done.  We’ve seen it.  We can help.

Today the typical business office network consists of three parts – the Internet WAN, the wired LAN, and the Wi-Fi LAN.  Larger businesses and school districts often add an additional private MAN network for secure communications and server farms.

A mobile workforce adds the cellular network, and in rural areas satellite data networks.  Every network must be secured, maintained and monitored to protect your intellectual property and business intelligence.

Suffering poor Wi-Fi performance?

Having networking issues?

Growing or changing offices?

Wanting to ensure your network is secure?

Does Wi-Fi need to be properly tuned for maximum performance?

 

Call now for a FREE consultation.
I.T. Done Right – (480) 319-4242
 


Wireless Technology Planning

A Gartner study predicted, “by 2018 more than 50 percent of users will use a tablet or smartphone first for all online activities.”

Proper access point positioning is essential to eliminate interference

 

“Ethernet cabling has been the mainstay of the business workspace connectivity since the beginning of networking. However, as smartphones, laptops, tablets and other consumer devices have multiplied, the consumer space has largely converted to a wireless-first world,” said Ken Dulaney, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner.1

 

But you don’t need statistics.  You’ve witnessed the dependence on mobile technologies for business, and it’s increasing.  Google in 2016 adopted a “mobile first” strategy for all business units.  Every industry has moved to some form of a mobile device within the enterprise, from barcode scanners to diagnostic tools, to camera systems, tablets, and laptops.

Most wireless networks were not built or prepared for the load they now endure.  Let us help.

Call now for a FREE consultation.
I.T. Done Right – (480) 319-4242
 

Statistics courtesy of Gartner, Inc.

1“Gartner Says By 2018, More Than 50 Percent of Users Will Use a Tablet or Smartphone First for All Online Activities” Gartner, Inc. December 8, 2014. Accessed September 7, 2017. http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2939217.