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Networking

With the growing business and technology complexity of this 21st century, upgrading network infrastructure has become a critical business priority yet too often, Australian enterprises under-invest in their networks.

There are near insatiable demands now from employees, partners and customers for better interaction with organizations. Technologies such as unified communications and collaboration, data centre virtualisation, mobility, cloud computing and Software Defined Networks (SDN) are almost becoming mandatory.

And everyone is now using many different devices, seeking access to company networks. This means a greater complexity in traffic patterns, more security threats and exploding volumes of data. Gartner predicts network bandwidth demand growing by 35% by 2017.

Such demands and complexities mean that wired and wireless enterprise networks now need to be 'intelligent': The stupid network that is just a conduit for data is no longer “good enough.” Advances in network technology provide an evolutionary, as well as competitive leap ahead for smart IT departments that integrate intelligence in their network infrastructure.

This challengingly complex network environment means business needs to outsource to experienced, professional partners like Thomas Duryea Logicalis. It's becoming near impossible to go it alone.

Challenges & Trends

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Business Benefits

Lower operating costs and energy consumption

Greater customer and employee satisfaction

Support for access to increasing numbers and types of devices

Support for higher amounts of data transfer

Improve data back-up and recovery

Increase network security

Support next-generation technologies

What our customers say

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Swinburne University

The new infrastructure enables us to carry out our business more efficiently, address our organisational needs and achieve our goals over the coming years
Richard Constantine, CIO and IT Director
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BrisConnections

BrisConnections saved $250,000 initially and $50,000 annually in ongoing administration costs through an infrastructure upgrade and virtual security

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