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Archive for August, 2017

3 Types of Computer Networking

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 @ 05:08 PM
Cathy Burnham

IT Consultant in Westchester County, NYIn the world of computers there is a distinctive area that is used to define the most common kinds of networks. Small, medium, and large computer groups connect by wires, wireless links, or optical fibers.

In all cases, a wireless internet service provider (WISP) sends signals from the internet service provider (ISP) through a cable or a signal that comes from a tower. The 3 most standard computer networks are

Local Area Network (LAN) – Typically comprised of a small area such as a school, office, or business establishment in which a group of computers shares lines of communications or wireless links to a server. These networks are increasingly becoming known as wi-fi’s to provide easier access for travelers in airports, hotels, and restaurants.

Wide Area Network (WAN) – These large networks cover computers in cities, states, or even countries. They are made up of systems that enable smaller networks from diverse locations to communicate together. Their connectivity may be supplied by underground or undersea network cables.

Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) – The size of a MAN network is between a LAN and a WAN. It is defined by a region that encompasses a city or a small county.

A reputable IT consultant in Westchester County, NY, helps business owners in any location set up and manage their systems. Many area customers rely on IT Help Central for consulting services that save them time, money, and technological frustration.

The Business Benefits of Moving Over to the Cloud

Thursday, August 10, 2017 @ 05:08 PM
Cathy Burnham

Cloud Computing in Bergen County, NJDo you need cloud computing for your business? Make that decision with confidence once you are familiar with the benefits of moving over to the cloud. Perhaps the most beneficial feature of cloud computing is the ability to access your online connection any time from any place.

You can choose the safe, secure way to have web-based backup servers when you work with IT Help Central for cloud computing in Bergen County, NJ. We specialize in helping small to mid-sized businesses have reliable servers that can store data and programs instead of on computer hard drives.

We ensure that all of your data is correctly transferred to the cloud. Our technology changes physical servers into virtual areas from which your staff can access all services, data, and applications. With our services you no longer need to be concerned about the applications and licensing necessary to run your company. Some of the major benefits of moving your business programs and data systems to the cloud include:

  • Secure Access
  • Data Protection
  • Backup & Disaster Recovery
  • Scalability and Speed
  • Remote IT Department Available 24/7

Let IT Help Central help you get started on cloud computing in Bergen County. All you need is a bank of computers. Take advantage of a free assessment to find out more about cloud-computing benefits.