Network Operations

Network Operations are activities used to monitor and manage a network's performance. Whether it’s by an internal or external administrator, a network’s system needs to be tuned and managed so that it runs smoothly for day-to-day operations.

Monitoring and Security


Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) / Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and other security tool deployment and monitoring, in collaboration with Security Operations, create a safe and reliable wireless network.

  • Set up appliances that help monitor the network and send out reports to intelligently mitigate the risks

  • Use threat analysis and blast radius analysis in collaboration with Security Operations


Optimize and Troubleshoot

Optimizing the network to evolve efficiently as possible is vital to sustaining, rebuilding, and correcting network issues. Troubleshooting allows engineers to pinpoint problems and road blocks, so that decisions about corrective actions can be made.

  • Use software to analyze network congestion and needs

  • Expertise in a multitude of network configurations and hardware

  • Use software and hardware tools to test network issues


WiFi Equipment and Software

Hardware and Software need to be constantly updated and patched to keep up with multiple vulnerabilities that arise with newer firmware and technology.

  • Use software to help facilitate the hardware

  • Determine server installation and configuration for specific requirements

  • Configure and install a controller-based system to manage wireless hardware

  • Implement scalable solutions and upgrades

Tech Support and Maintenance


Support experts and on-demand network technicians/engineers allows for peace of mind. Repairs, upgrades, or general maintenance can be serviced to networks in need.

  • Long or short term support and feedback

  • Tech support to remedy any and all issues

  • On-Demand personnel repair/replace physical issues

  • Answers to both general and technical customer questions