Network | xwl

By: XWL  06-Dec-2011

Network

Need a new network? Cisco or Juniper? Need someone to look at your firewall? Switch or Hub? Latency problem? We can help you.

The network is one of the core components of your business. It is what makes all your servers and desktops communicate together.

The XWL team has a extensive experience with computer networks. Some of our customers have networks with thousands of devices spread all over the world. We have successfully designed, installed, maintained, troubleshooted and upgraded any size network we had to deal with.

Core networking skills include:


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Managed IT Services for business

Too often you have suffered from bill-shock; having to wait too long for someone to come on-site to look at the problem, then having to wait even longer to get it actually fixed; and the nagging doubt that your IT systems probably aren’t set up and running as well as they should be.


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IT support services for business

The focus of our services is upon how we can assist your business to improve productivity, to remain competitive and to introduce new processes that provide you with a strategic or competitive advantage. We apply the requisite mechanics of a service alongside any necessary creativity and flair to ensure your requirements are met. XWL will help you to closely align your IT objectives with your business objectives.


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Design & Review | xwl

One of our specialities is performing an audit of your existing network to determine if there are any single points of failure or sub-optimal configurations that may result in unexpected outages. XWL is experienced with installations ranging from large, complex networks containing hundreds of switches, routers, and firewalls, to SOHO networks with just one router. Don’t know how to interconnect your desktops and servers together.


06-Dec-2011

Storage Area Network | xwl

A storage area network is an architecture to attach remote computer storage devices (such as disk arrays, tape libraries, and optical jukeboxes) to servers in such a way that the devices appear as locally attached to the operating system. A SAN typically is its own network of storage devices that are generally not directly accessible through the regular network by regular devices.


06-Dec-2011

Security | xwl

Operational Security is the day-to-day practice of security: including patching, antivirus management, vulnerability assessment, network security, system hardening and monitoring. Enterprise Information Security Architecture is the very first step necessary for an organization to manage security. It ensures security meets YOUR unique set of business requirements and that security services are properly managed.


06-Dec-2011

Enterprise Security Architecture | xwl

XWL uses the internationally recognised SABSA (Sherwood Applied Business Security Architecture) methodology for developing risk-driven enterprise security and information assurance architecture and for delivering solutions that trace-ably support critical business initiatives. SABSA is a flexible methodology which can incorporate choice and change of policy, standards, practices, or legislation.


06-Dec-2011

Operational Security | xwl

ISMS consists of a suite of processes and systems for effectively managing information accessibility and thus ensuring confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets whilst minimizing information security risks. XWL has implemented a fully functional ISMS (Information Security Management System – ISO/IEC27001) for a major customer.