We recognise the importance of implementing the right solution for your business. We offer a wide range of network services to build a solution that is right for your business needs.
Home Workers & Secure SSL VPN
Access from any PC with Internet access
Ideal for home workers and travelling workers in un-trusted environments such as hotel and airport Internet kiosks.
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) needs no software or configuration on the client device and can easily be combined with two factor authentication. Secure reliable access from any PC with Internet Explorer or Firefox, anywhere in the world.
Remote Offices & IPSec VPN
Fully meshed VPN for your worldwide locations
Ideal for fixed locations such as regional or worldwide offices.
An Albion IPSec VPN enables fast, economical, secure and fully meshed communications between your offices. In addition Albion can fully manage your IPSec VPN using our management centre for ease of configuring, deploying and on-going support.
Firewalls and Intrusion Protection
Sonicwall secure connectivity solution proactively defends your network
Sonicwall secure connectivity solution comprises of a Firewall and an Intrusion Prevention System (IPS). Sonicwall IPS defends the network proactively by detecting malicious packets within regular network traffic and blocking them before any damage occurs. Implementing Sonicwall IPS expands the defence further within networks enabling comprehensive, multi-dimensional network security. Sonicwall Firewall and IPS work together to provide intelligent defence all over the enterprise network.
Every workplace is different. Whether you operate over several office floors, throughout warehouses and factories, or even in outside workspaces, we can help your business become wireless without your network becoming over complicated or expensive.
Our specialist engineers will calculate where you need your wireless access points to be and how far your staff need to be able to roam with their computers, mobiles and iPads, without losing connection.
We’ll assess where you need strong signals and set up your wireless network to work consistently and reliably, in line with how you need to work, for a truly wireless business environment.
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Contact us today to arrange a visit by one of our accredited engineers who will show you how your business could benefit from wifi.
The image on the right shows signal coverage (in dBm) at each point in the map layout. Refer to the legend below the map for the dBm values corresponding to each colour region. As a general rule, regions with signal strengths below -67 dBm provide insufficient coverage for standard use (this value may vary depending on user requirements, service level agreements, applications used, number of users serviced, etc.).
APs are displayed in their planned locations and reflect the specified power and antenna properties. Note that an active WiFi area can incorporate a variety of environmental factors that can vary throughout the day and may adversely affect projected RF coverage.
The interference level (in percentage) at each point in the map layout. Refer to the legend below the map for the percent values corresponding to each colour region. APs are displayed in their planned locations and reflect the specified power and antenna properties. Note that the interference levels present in the environment can vary depending on several factors, such as the number of APs on a single channel, number of devices present, non-802.11 interferers, etc.
The image on the right displays the Predictive PHY Data Rate (in dBm) at each point in the map layout. Refer to the legend below the map for the dBm value of the signal corresponding to each colour region. Although a higher speed is invariably better for any deployment, implementations designed for VoFi operations should pay particular attention to ensuring a favourable data rate, as low rates can have a far greater affect in terms of jitter, voice delay, and call quality than they would for a standard data deployment.
The image below displays the expected Throughput (in Mbps) calculated based on the site’s layout. Refer to the legend below the map for the value in Mbps that corresponds to each colour region. Although a higher throughput level is invariably better for any deployment, implementations designed for VoFi operations should pay particular attention to ensuring a favourable throughput level, as lower levels can have a far greater affect in terms of jitter , voice delay, and call quality than they would for a standard data deployment.