Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Wireless Link to Share Data between two Locations


Imagine sitting on the couch in your living room browsing the web, or chatting with friends online while relaxing in bed at night, or sending documents from the computer in the kitchen to the printer in your home office. A wireless network provides the ultimate in networking flexibility, and setting one up is easier than you might think. This article walks you through the steps to set up your wireless network and start using it.

Point to Point Wireless

Point to point wireless network links connect two locations together through line of sight (LOS), operating in unlicensed/licensed radio frequencies or through free space optics with speeds available between 100-mbps to 10-Gbps.

Typical Point to Point applications are:
  •  Building to building connectivity
  •  Leased line replacement
  •  Fiber line replacement
  •  Wireless fail over

Now consider a scenario wherein you have multiple branches or warehouse or small office wherein you need to communication with your Branch Office every now and than and share data. Wireless Link Can help you to get the work done. No need to stretch the cables from one location which may not be even feasible sometimes due to distances.

You can easily put two devices at the rooftop and get your multi locations connected.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Network Attach Storage as File Server for Users in Netwrok


NAS - Network Attach Storage as File Server for Users in Network





Network-attached storage (NAS) is a type of dedicated file storage device that provides local area network (LAN) nodes with file-based shared storage through a standard Ethernet connection.

A NAS unit is a computer connected to a network that provides only file-based data storage services to other devices on the network. Although it may technically be possible to run other software on a NAS unit, it is usually not designed to be a general-purpose server. For example, NAS units usually do not have a keyboard or display, and are controlled and configured over the network, often using a browser.

Network-attached storage removes the responsibility of file serving from other servers on the network. They typically provide access to files using network file sharing protocols such as NFS, SMB/CIFS, or AFP. As of 2010, NAS devices began gaining popularity as a convenient method of sharing files among multiple computers. Potential benefits of dedicated network-attached storage, compared to general-purpose servers also serving files, include faster data access, easier administration, and simple configuration.

How it helps.

1) Centralization of Resources - You can access your data from any medium whether it be Computer, Laptop, Mobile or Tablet.

2) Remote Access - Ur Data can be accessed Remotely on any platform.

3) User based Data Security - It can be defined that which user should have what access of Data.

4) FTP Server - If you need to upload large files from outer world than NAS can only be the solution for you.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Servers are preferred for Higher Data Performance and Reliability

Servers are preferred for Higher Data Performance and Reliability

Servers are preferred for Higher Data Performance and Reliability
Why do we need a Server?

What exactly is a Server?

Many people are under the misconception that a server is no different from a typical desktop PC. This couldn't be further from the truth. While almost any PC that meets the minimum hardware requirements can run the server operating system, that doesn't make it a true server. A desktop system is optimized to run a user-friendly operating system, desktop applications, and facilitate other desktop oriented tasks. Even if the desktop had similar processor speeds, memory and storage capacity, it still isn't a replacement for a real server. The technologies behind them are engineered for different purposes.

A Server is engineered to manage, store, send and process data, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 356 days a year. For these reasons, servers need to be far more reliable than their desktop counterparts. In order to accomplish this, servers offer a variety of features not typically found in a desktop PC. Some servers will include:
- Duel processors; either equipped or capable
- Redundant hard drives or power supplies
- Hot swapable components
- Are scallable; to meet current, as well as future needs
- Can process data faster and more efficiently

Server Benefits
So now that you know what makes up a server, what can a server do for you? Some of the more important ones are the following:
1. File and Network security
2. Increased reliability
3. Centralized data storage and shared resources
4. Virus Management
5. Centralized Backup.


Again A Server will be chosen depending upon the utility and resources you want to use. It will always be customization for the customers.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Data Center: Raised Flooring for Flexible Infrastructure Setup.




Data Center: Raised Flooring for

Flexible Infrastructure Setup.


A raised floor (also raised flooring, access flooring, or raised access computer floor) provides an elevated structural floor above a solid substrate (often a concrete slab) to create a hidden void for the passage of mechanical and electrical services.

Raised floors are useful for creating pathways for piping, wires, cable, conduit and airflow.

The design of the modern office building is being shaped by rapidly evolving technology. Facilities should be able to adapt quickly to new technologies and changing business missions. But one system has not kept pace with the growing demands of the modern workplace: conventional cooling technology.

We believe that access floors can make electrical, data and voice cable management easier than other methods