SME IT Systems


Whether we are talking to a small start-up employing 5 people, or a multi-site organisation with 250 seats and growing, we understand the need to deploy a combination of IT solutions that deliver real business benefits.

We understand that decision makers within SME businesses may not necessarily be ‘tech savvy’ themselves or have an interest in the technology that sits behind our solutions. Whether technical minded or not, we recognise that for most business leaders it comes down to ‘does it work?’ and ‘what difference will it make to my business?’

We pride ourselves on recommending IT solutions that will transform operations and streamline the business of our SME clients. We aim to make a real ‘day-to-day' impact on our client’s organisations, enabling their employees to work smarter and making a real difference to their bottom line.

For any IT solution of interest, we ensure prospective clients are offered a variety of options where they are only required to pay for what they need. Offering the chance to scale up as and when they require. When it comes to SME’s, we aim to grow with you, as your business and IT requirements grow.

Centralized File Server

Centralized File Server is an enterprise-grade file sync and share solution that is as easy to use as consumer-grade products, but is hosted in your data center, on your servers, using your storage. Centralized File Server integrates seamlessly into your IT infrastructure, allowing you to deliver file sharing services that conform to your data security and compliance policies. Your employees will love Centralized File Server's clean, professional user interfaces; you'll enjoy peace of mind, knowing that your data is under IT control at all times.

Internet High availability

is a system design approach and associated service implementation that ensures a prearranged level of operational performance will be met during a contractual measurement period.

1.) Internet Fail-Over Technique - If one connection becomes unavailable, traffic is handled by the other connection. Internet connection is uninterrupted and end users are unaffected.

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2.) Internet LoadBalance Technique - Distribute traffic among the connections according to the ratio you define. For example, you can allocate 50% of traffic to one connection and the remaining 50% to the second connection.

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Microsoft Active Directory

An Active Directory authenticates and authorizes all users and computers in a Windows domain type network assigning and enforcing security policies for all computers and installing or updating software. For example, when a user logs into a computer that is part of a Windows domain, Active Directory checks the submitted password and determines whether the user is a system administrator or normal user.

Virtualization Infrastructure

1.) Diskless System/Cloud PC - A diskless node (or diskless workstation) is a workstation or personal computer without disk drives, which employs network booting to load its operating system from a server.

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2.) Application Streaming/Delivery SaaS - is a form of on-demand software distribution. In these scenarios, only essential portions of an application's code need to be installed on the computer: while the end user performs actions in the application, the necessary code and files are delivered over the network as and when they are required.

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3.) Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) SaaS - is a on-demand desktop-centric service that hosts users desktop environments on remote servers, which are accessed over a network using a remote display protocol/browser. A connection brokering service is used to connect users to their assigned desktop sessions. For users, this means they can access their desktop from any location, without being tied to a single client device. Since the resources are centralized, users moving between work locations can still access the same desktop environment with their applications and data intact.

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IP PBX (private branch exchange)

IPPBX is a telephone switching system within an enterprise which allows the user to communicate to another user even if it is in another branch, country or at home using the internet. The IPPBX can switch calls between a voice over internet protocol user and a traditional telephone user vice versa, or between two Traditional Telephone|Voice over IP users without thinking about the call service fee.

Virtual Private Network (VPN)

is a network that uses internet, to provide remote offices or traveling users an access to a central organization network. Using this network, it can help any users in sharing of data and access to network resources, printers, databases, and websites secured by data encryption technologies to prevent disclosure of private information to unauthorized parties.

1.) Client Based (IPsec-based) VPN - enable encryption on any application by installing separate client software on every remote device requiring VPN access.

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2.) Point-to-Point VPN - allows offices in multiple fixed locations to establish secure connections with each other over a public network such as the Internet. Point-to-Point VPN extends the company's network, making computer resources from one location available to employees at other locations.

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Unified Threat Management System (UTM)

Unified threat management (UTM) is a converged platform of point security products, particularly suited to small and midsize businesses (SMBs). Typical feature sets fall into three main subsets, all within the UTM: firewall/intrusion prevention system (IPS)/virtual private network, secure Web gateway security (URL filtering, Web antivirus [AV]) and messaging security (anti-spam, mail AV).