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Planning an Office Move - an IT Perspective
Moving an office is a daunting undertaking that, if improperly planned, can add unnecessary expense and lost productivity. From an IT consultant or network administrator's perspective, an office move involves far more than simply moving physical objects from one location to another. Since most problems arise once the move nears completion, plenty of planning should go into the move as early as possible so that the actual move is as seamless as possible. This article offers a summary of the issues you should consider to help you plan an office move that stays within your budget and deadline.
Network Cabling Basics - What to Expect from Your Cabling Installer
When planning the move or upgrade of your organization's network infrastructure, a number of important considerations must be taken into account before you decide to contact a qualified network cabling & wiring installer. Regardless of which vendor you choose, all will require some basic information about your new facilities, as well as your current and future technology requirements. This article provides you with some network cabling and data wiring basics to help inform you of the issues that are crucial to a successful network cabling & wiring implementation: one that meets your organization's technology needs, deadline and your budget.
How to Determine Your Network Cabling & Wiring Needs
The conveyance media you choose for your structured cabling implementation is determined by many factors, the most important of which are your current bandwidth needs, your network environment, your expected future bandwidth requirements and your budget. This article will address each of these primary concerns in an attempt to help you identify which cabling solution will best meet your specific requirements.
Cat5 vs Cat5e vs Cat6 - Which Should You Use?
This article discusses primary differences between the various types of computer and telephone (CAT) cabling available, specifically the difference between CAT5, CATe and CAT6. In a nutshell, the primary differences boil down to differences in the way each conveyance media handles network support, crosstalk, and bandwidth.
What is VOIP?
This article introduces the reader to the basics of VOIP, or Voice Over Internet Protocol. The VOIP tutorial attempts to answer, in layman's terms, common questions such as how does VOIP work, what are the benefits and drawbacks of VOIP, and what are the infrastructure requirements to implementing a VOIP solution.
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