IT Services

Managed Network Services

Our Managed Network Services are like having your own virtual IT staff. From designing and installing networks or upgrading existing networks to remotely monitoring and managing your system, you can reduce IT costs and downtime and improve performance.

  • MPLS, Internet and VPN Connectivity - The Multi Protocol Label Switching Virtual Private Network Web Options is a business service that provides manageable and safe connectivity among business sites. This MPLS technology can replace the traditional solutions with a genuine and effective MPLS VPN that is fully outsourced globally.
  • Firewall Configuration / Installation – A firewall filters the information coming into your network via your Internet connection, but the configuration of your firewall can be highly customized, giving you control over how groups of people or individuals use your network.
  • Monitoring and Management – Our remote monitoring system alerts our staff when any issue arises from your network. This allows us to become aware of and fix issues even when your office is unstaffed and prevent them from affecting your business.
  • Eliminating Security Vulnerabilities - It is imperative that reassessment of information security be done at regular intervals to ensure that the security of the computing environment is kept intact. Paramount Vulnerability Assessment service assists you in identifying the vulnerabilities or loopholes that exist in the IT technology and process environments which can be eliminated in a suitable and timely manner.
  • Intrusion Detection and Prevention - An intrusion detection system (IDS) is designed to monitor all inbound and outbound network activity and identify any suspicious patterns that may indicate a network or system attack. IDS is considered to be a passive-monitoring system, since the main function of an IDS product is to warn you of suspicious activity taking place − not prevent it. An IDS essentially reviews your network traffic and data and will identify probes, attacks, exploits and other vulnerabilities. An IDS can respond to the suspicious event in one of several ways, which includes displaying an alert, logging the event or even paging an administrator. In some cases, the IDS may be prompted to reconfigure the network to reduce the effects of the suspicious intrusion.
  • Vulnerability Scanning - A vulnerability scanner can be used to conduct network reconnaissance, which is typically carried out by a remote attacker attempting to gain information or access to a network on which it is not authorized or allowed. Network reconnaissance is increasingly used to exploit network standards and automated communication methods. The aim is to determine what types of computers are present, along with additional information about those computers such as the type and version of the operating system. This information can be analyzed for known or recently discovered vulnerabilities that can be exploited to gain access to secure networks and computers. Network reconnaissance is possibly one of the most common applications of passive data analysis. Early generation techniques, such as TCP/IP passive fingerprinting, had accuracy issues that tended to make it ineffective.
  • Microsoft SQL 2005-2008 / High Availability
  • Hyper-v (Virtualization)
  • Active Directory Domain Services
  • Centralize Antivirus / Malware Systems
  • Desktop Imaging Solutions