Cyberdyme Network Management - services

By: Cyberdyme  09-12-2011
Keywords: cabling


When you have business communications to make, Cyberdyme understands that your communications are time critical and need to handled accordingly. This is why we offer services working in tandem with other well recognized companies to bring you a complete framework upon which can relyn. If need be we have the skill and experience installing your PBX system, coupled with innovation we could bring you a long distance solution that can drastically reduce operating costs.


Since its early beginnings the internet has fostered an environment for growth and communication. Today and in the rapidly coming future, phrases such as "If your not connected, your not doing business.", could be a tell tale sign of the health of your company. Cyberdyme will provide you with a fresh perspective about adding technology to an existing business to improve efficiency or expand your current setup to cement your market share in this ever growing global economy.

Wireless Solutions

What is Wireless Networking & Why Consider it?

To link devices like computers and printers, traditional computer networks require cables. Cables physically connect devices to hubs, switches or each other to create the network. Cabling can be expensive to install, particularly when they are deployed in walls, ceilings or floors to link multiple office spaces. Cables are a sunk cost, one that cannot be recouped when you move. In fact, in some office spaces, running and installing cabling is just not an option. The solution…a wireless network.

Wireless networks connect devices through radio frequencies transmitted through the air. For users, wireless networks work the same way as wired systems. Users can share files and applications, exchange e-mail, access printers, share access to the Internet and perform any other task just as if they were cabled to the network.

Wireless networks have ranges of hundreds of feet, enabling users to link to the network anywhere within most facilities and even from outside on the grounds. Wireless solutions also can link to existing cabled networks, enabling you to expand your present system by adding a wireless segment. Wireless networks are easy to install and operate, very cost effective since they eliminate the costs of cabling. See

How fast are wireless networks?

A new industry-wide standard, 802.11b, commonly known as Wi-Fi, can transmit data at speeds up to 11 megabits per second (Mbps) over wireless links. For comparison, standard Ethernet networks provide 10 Mbps. Wi-Fi is more than five times faster than prior-generation wireless solutions and its performance is more than adequate for most business applications.

What is Wi-Fi?

Wi-Fi is a certification of interoperability for 802.11b systems, awarded by The Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance (WECA). The Wi-Fi seal indicated that a device has passed independent tests and will reliably interoperate with all other Wi-Fi certified equipment. Customers benefit from this standard as they are not locked into one vendor’s solution – they can purchase Wi-Fi certified Access Points and client devices from different vendors and still expect them to work together.

When do I need wireless networking?

Here are a few examples of when a wireless network may be your ideal solution:

For temporary offices

If you are operating out of an office space that is temporary, use a wireless solution to avoid the costs of installing cabling for a network. Plus, when you relocate, you can easily take your wireless network with you and just as easily network your new facility. With a wired network, the money you spend on cabling a temporary space is lost when you leave. Moreover, you still need to build a new cabling infrastructure at your new site. If you expect to outgrow your current facilities, a wireless network can be a shrewd investment.

When cabling is not practical or possible

Sometimes landlords forbid the installation of wiring in floors, walls, and ceilings. Buildings may be old or walls solid or there could be asbestos in the walls or ceilings. Sometimes cabling cannot be laid across a hallway to another office. Or you have a space used by many employees where cabling would be messy and congested. Whenever cabling is impractical, impossible or very costly, deploy a wireless network.

Supporting mobile users when on-site

If you have branch office employees, mobile workers like your sales force, consultants, or employees working at home, a wireless network is an excellent strategy for providing them with network connectivity when they visit your premises. Once their laptops are equipped to communicate wirelessly with the network, they will automatically connect to the network when in range of your wireless access point. You do not burden your IT staff to set up connections and you avoid having often-unused cabling strewn about your facilities just for remote users. You also use your office space more efficiently because you no longer provide valuable office space for workers who are infrequently on-site.

Expanding a cabled network

Use a wireless network to extend an existing network, avoiding the cost and complexity of cabling. Connect new users in minutes rather than hours. Provide network connectivity for your conference rooms, cafeteria, or lobby without any cabling hassles. You even can expand the network beyond your building to your grounds, enabling employees to stay connected when outside. They will access the network as effortlessly and seamlessly as any worker linked by cabling.

Ad hoc networking

If you need to create temporary computer networks, such as at a job site, conference center, or hotel rooms, wireless solutions are simple, quick and inexpensive to deploy. From virtually anywhere at a location or facility, employees will be able to share files and resources for greater productivity. Their wireless PC cards communicate directly with each other and without a wireless access point.

Home offices

Use a wireless solution to network your home office, avoiding unsightly cables strewn about the workplace. Moreover, you can network your family, enabling everyone to share printers, scanners, and, if you are using an access router or bridged cable/DSL modem, Internet access. Link to the network from any room or even the backyard.

How private and secure is wireless networking?

If you select a solution with sophisticated security technologies, your wireless communications will be very safe. Leading solutions provide 128-bit encryption and, for the highest levels of security, the most advanced systems will automatically generate a new 128-bit key for each wireless networking session. These systems also will provide user authentication, requiring each user to log in with a password.

Data Recovery “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”
~Winston Churchill

Although this saying may be true to inspire morale amongst wise business people, within I.T. this could one of your greatest failures. The impact of losing,corrupting, or otherwise compromising your data could be the death of some business. If you fit anywhere in this category Cyberdyme can help you get back to the luau, for being right in line with the idea of saving your employer a headache and worst of all plenty of money.

Small Office/Home Office

Looking to begin a home based business or small office, Cyberdyme Network Management can bring your idea to 21st century at light speed.Most people think adding technology to a small home business or office must be expensive, well realistically it can be; however we understand this, and we have the experience and the contacts within the industry to tailor make a solution thats just right for your company that will not break your pocket. We believe the products and services we offer you should in turn pay for themselves and keep your business competitively priced and profitable.

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