VNS is often steps ahead of our competition - in some cases, years
ahead, with adoption of new technologies and presenting them to our
customers. When you're looking for foresight, and guidance in
selecting technology solutions, VNS has the expertise, experience,
and perspective to show you the road ahead, and present the right
solutions to solve your business technology needs.
These are some of the most commonly-used technologies that we use to
assist customers to provide technology solutions to meet their
"Cloud" computing, online services, software-as-a-service (SaaS) are all names that are used (often interchangeably) to refer to the concept of taking an application or service that has historically been provided locally, on premises, and to access it online. This can reduce your capital outlay for local infrastructure, as well as simplify and speed up your deployment, while offering higher levels of redundancy.
Unified threat management takes advantage of today's full-featured firewalls to allow customers to cost-effectively block the most nefarious and costly threats to their network right at the gateway, before it ever enters their network. This includes spam, malware, viruses, and giving business owners complete control over how employees access the Internet, websites and social media.
IP video surveillance brings yesterday's analog technology into current standards. Just as voice telephone service has moved from a traditionally analog-based technology, video surveillance has too. The advantage, like voice and UC is that when you have your surveillance on your data network, accessing and controlling your cameras, and DVRs becomes considerably easier and more cost-effective to maintain. And like voice and UC, it opens up a new world of possibilities in how you can make better use of your investments.
Microsoft SBS is a cost-effective solution for small businesses to implement a Microsoft Windows domain and Exchange.
A network storage system maintains copies of digital data across high-speed local area network (LAN) connections. It is designed to back up files, databases and other data to a central location that can easily accessed via standard network protocols and tools.
Unified communications (UC), and voice (VOIP) is a set of technologies that not only allows customers to leverage a single network for both voice and data, and facilitates the ability to save on long-distance toll costs, but also allows customers to leverage voice service on a data network, taking full advantage of application integration (call reporting, call recording, CRM integration, call pop-ups, operator consoles, etc.), and bringing together what have previously been disparate communications methods between phones, email, fax, and videoconferencing.
Virtualization essentially allows one computer to work as many computers. Virtualization is a technology that allows customers to create a "virtualized" operating system environment, by better leveraging the investments they've made in server hardware. Multiple virtual servers can run on one physical server to maximize server utilization, resulting in a space and power savings of up to 80%, and freeing up real estate in your server room/data center.
Wireless and mobility is a set of solutions that un-tethers users. This includes wireless LANs, long-distance wireless and handheld wireless devices, such as phones, tablets, and iPads.