Your enterprise network is more than the LANs, WANs, routers and switches it consists of. It’s even more than a productivity tool. It also creates agility and competitiveness for your business. Yes, network integration is a means to an end – a way to get information flowing smoothly and quickly between your employees, customers and partners. But it can also make you money.
To do what it does best, your business depends on your network infrastructure. SaveTech thinks about the potential of your network every day. We see IP networks and networking as the platform of most – if not all – your business functions and communications, and a powerful point of differentiation.
What We Offer
Unified Communications: creating a well-integrated, robust IP network to form the basis for your employees’ UCC tools, from instant messaging to immersive telepresence.
Network Components: Network components such as routers, switches, and chassis should include multiple points through which data can travel the network to users. Key components should be hot-swappable and redundant, and include modular software management support and upgrade paths.
WAN Accelerator: Using data deduplication algorithms, traffic prioritization and TCP protocols can deliver LAN-like performance over the WAN. WAN accelerators also reduce chatty application traffic, reducing the latency of bandwidth-intensive traffic.
Load Balancing Software: Load balancing software intelligently prioritizes and accelerates the delivery of critical applications hosted on multiple servers. It monitors and distributes traffic on the network based upon defined prioritization of the type of data, the IP address, and the destination.
Application Delivery Controllers (ADC): Offload server processing of Web-based applications from Web servers. ADC’s often include load balancing software as well as other features such as content manipulation, advanced routing capabilities, and system health monitoring.
Voice and Data Services: Application delivery solutions can reduce or eliminate the need for bandwidth upgrades, and offer an opportunity to re‑evaluate your existing voice and data needs and telecommunications agreements for additional cost savings.
With SaveTech to help you plan, build, support, manage, improve and innovate with your networking infrastructure, you can:
Dramatically reduced costs: SaveTech will look at your network and give you the information you need to make the right investment choices.
Securing your Network: Any potential security issues can be highlighted ahead of time.
Centrally Managing the Network: Knowing what devices are the network and making sure patch management is in place helps companies in achieving regulatory compliance and providing proof of compliance is substantially simplified.
Response to technical issues is much faster and easier: Technical support can eliminate complex variables and access the central infrastructure from anywhere.
Virtualisation is firmly entrenched in the strategies of IT leaders. Like many organisations, it’s likely that cost savings and the containment of capex spend were the initial driving forces behind the uptake of virtualisation in your business.
But other drivers are now emerging: virtualisation improves business continuity and resilience, and can assist you in disaster recovery preparations. How can virtualisation position your business for cloud computing? How can you harness the power of virtualisation to reduce operational costs and improve automation?
Virtualisation is also moving beyond the server and storage domains. Desktop virtualisation is on the fast track to mainstream adoption. How can desktop virtualisation help you manage device proliferation … and operate more effectively and securely in today’s mobile, user-centric workspace? How can it streamline your application and operating system upgrades?
What We Offer
Our virtualisation services include:
SaveTech developed a concept called: Go Virtual. Go Virtual is a solution that uses Virtualization on a Unified Computer Network and a Consolidated Storage platform.
Go Virtual is a technology application that will help companies achieve the following goals:
Storage, BackUp and DR
IT Data Storage is the second biggest expense in the data center. In 2011 more data was created in one year than in the history of the world combined. BIG data is here.
The correct storage strategy can reduce storage requirements by 90%, Backup, Management and Data Recovery (DR) strategy can protect that data.
What We Offer:
Go Storage can improve a company’s ability to efficiently store, manage, carefully protect and easily scale all types of data management while providing quick payback on the investment. With Go Storage companies can;
NAS consolidation: Consolidation of individual NAS systems and file servers increases storage utilization while reducing file management complexity, network and server loads.
SAN consolidation: SAN consolidation solutions for Fiber Channel, FCoE and IP SAN (iSCSI) can consolidate either DAS or existing SANs into more efficient storage pools.
Unified storage consolidation: can significantly reduce costs by unifying storage infrastructure across storage protocols and storage tiers.
Backup, recovery and archiving: Streamlined and automated backup, recovery and archiving processes can simplify day-to-day management tasks and improve the availability and performance of applications and systems.
In this economy, your investment in technology transformation absolutely must produce bottom-line value. As a result, we have developed a solution for customers that will help you achieve the following goals:
Dramatically reduced storage costs: Go Storage with SaveTech can see savings in running costs of up to 70% for their storage requirements, with up to 90% more efficient storage of data.
Improve Business continuity through increased availability of hardware and applications: Go Storage will allows for secure backup and migration of entire virtual environments with no interruption in service. This eliminates planned downtime and recover immediately from unplanned issues.
Gain operational flexibility: Companies that ‘Go Storage’ are able to respond to market changes with dynamic resource management, faster storage provisioning and improved application deployment.
A constantly evolving landscape of APTs and other security threats, increased IT compliance pressure, demand from your business stakeholders to provide robust security for virtualisation, enterprise mobility, and cloud computing- enterprise security is a complex and fast-moving target.
The stakes are high. A security breach could expose your business to financial and reputational damage. Non-compliance with legal and other standards can result in steep penalties − and even criminal liability.
What We Offer:
Application Level Security:
Prevent sophisticated web attacks that no other firewalls can stop:
Sensitive data is facing new security threats—just look at all the application cyber attacks in the news. Attacks on your applications, such as the recent multi-layer distributed denial of service attacks, SQL injection vulnerabilities, and JSON payload violations in AJAX widgets from the same application attack vectors, pose increasingly detrimental risks to your interactive web 2.0 applications, your data, and your business.
F5 provides a flexible web application firewall and comprehensive, policy-based web application security to address emerging threats at the application level. This combination significantly reduces the risk of damage to intellectual property, data, and web applications. With F5, you get a complete application protection solution that eliminates the need for multiple appliances, lowers maintenance and management costs, and increases the confidentiality, availability, and integrity of your applications and processes.
Application Load Balancing:
Application load balancing ensures high availability for your applications by monitoring the health and performance of individual servers in real time. This ensures that local users are always connected to a fully functional, responsive system that is best suited for handling their requests.
F5's approach to this technology offers more than simple "load balancing." Our solutions can optimize, secure, and transparently scale the applications that businesses need to run and interact with customers and partners, while also mitigating the risk of security breaches.
Perimeter Security is the term used for security controls implemented at the internet facing edge of the corporate network to ensure protection of data and users residing in the network. This can include multiple technology solutions like Firewall, Intrusion detection/prevention systems, Gateway Anti-virus/Anti-spam, VPN etc to protect the network form external threat and attacks.
A well architected and configured perimeter security infrastructure can protect the network from external threats and attacks to provide availability of the corporate applications and services.
Intertec with its versatile experience in the security domain can design and implement the perimeter security infrastructure to meet specific customer requirements.
Intertec has strong alliances with industry leading security vendors to provide comprehensive perimeter security solutions that include the following.
Two-Factor Authentication is a part of the broader family of multi-factor authentication, which is a defense in depth approach to security. Two-factor authentication has been used throughout history by having a known person utter a password. The first factor is the password, and the second would often be the presentation and demeanor of the requestor as reasonable given the circumstances of his arrival.
The security of a system relies on the integrity of the authenticator and physical protection of the "something you have". Copy protection of the "something you have" is a bonus. This may comprise some form of physical tamper resistance or tamper-proofing, may use a challenge/response to prove knowledge of the shared secret to avoid disclosure, and may involve the use of a pin or password associated with the device itself, independent of any password that might have been demanded as a first factor. A challenge/response will not defeat a man-in-the-middle attack on the current authentication session but will prevent the attacker from successfully reusing or replaying credentials on his own.
The secret may simply be a number, large enough to make guessing infeasible or it may be a secret key embodied in an X.509 certificate, supported by a PKI.
Two-factor authentication is based on something you know (a password or PIN) and something you have (an authenticator)—providing a much more reliable level of user authentication than reusable passwords.
Unified Threat Management:
Unified Threat Management (UTM) is a comprehensive solution that has recently emerged in the network security industry and since 2004, has gained widespread currency as a primary network gateway defense solution for organizations. In theory, it is the evolution of the traditional firewall into an all-inclusive security product that has the ability to perform multiple security functions in one single appliance: network firewalling, network intrusion prevention and gateway antivirus (AV), gateway anti-spam, VPN, content filtering, load balancing ,data leak prevention and on-appliance reporting.
A single UTM appliance simplifies management of a company's security strategy, with just one device taking the place of multiple layers of hardware and software. Also from one single centralized console, all the security solutions can be monitored and configured.
In this context, UTMs represent all-in-one security appliances that carry a variety of security capabilities including firewall, VPN, gateway anti-virus, gateway anti-spam, intrusion prevention, content filtering, bandwidth management, application control and centralized reporting as basic features. The UTM has a customized ASIC based OS holding all the security features at one place, which can lead to better integration and throughput than a collection of disparate devices.
Data Leakage Prevention:
Data Leakege Prevention (DLP) is the technology utilized to prevent intentional sharing or accidental loss of corporate confidential data to the external users. The data receding in the corporate network are classified and appropriate DLP policies are enforced to protect the data according to the classification levels. DLP can be implemented at multiple levels as mentioned bellow. Network DLP installed at the network perimeter to analyze the network traffic to detect sensitive data transfer, that violates security policies.
Storage DLP installed in data centers to discover confidential data stored in inappropriate locations and move/remove them in line with security policies. End Point DLP installed on the end-user systems to control the transmission of confidential data according to the security policies.The effectiveness of the DLP solution is depends on identifying & classifying the data and apply appropriate polices for each of them. Intertec with its extensive technical expertise in this domain can provide end-to-end DLP solution or specific solution to meet the requirements.
With SaveTech’s security solutions you can:
Cloud computing is the next stage in the Internet's evolution, providing the means through which everything — from computing power to computing infrastructure, applications, business processes to personal collaboration — can be delivered to you as a service wherever and whenever you need.
Cloud computing is offered in different forms: public clouds, private clouds, and hybrid clouds, which combine both public and private. (You can get a sense of the differences among these kinds of clouds in Deploying Public, Private, or Hybrids Clouds.)
What We Offer
Truly optimising your data centre environment calls for a focus on multiple technology areas.
Optimise your data centre design:
Today's complex market and IT environments require new and innovative approaches in identifying and implementing sustainable enterprise solutions. The resulting Information Technology will provide agile and flexible support to the company's business success as a result of improved business outcome.
Enterprise Application Integration: