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The Benefits of Hiring Network Security Consultants

23 June 2013 | Comments Off | tncllcadmin

As a business owner you often do not have time to really consider all the issues that could potentially plague your business. For example, one of the most crucial risks is some kind of security breach or hack into your information technology systems.

Business owners do not have the all the expertise or time required to deal with such complex issues. That is why it is important to integrate a network security consultant to assess your business and beef up your security. This will help prevent any future attacks on your network and you will have peace of mind knowing that you will be safe in case such event was to occur.

As a business owner you need to consider the pros and cons of investing in such.  It is important to remember that any glitch in your computer networks and software can cost downtime with your business. In this light, the dollars you spend protecting your company through a security consultant is well worth it.

Many network security consultants offer a variety of services that also deal with better infrastructure of your network in order to better deal with security threats. These other services include network infrastructure, network integration, network consulting and design, security and CCTV integration, voice services, and managed services all with an eye to security concerns.

The best consultants not only will better your infrastructure and keep you safe from security threats but will show through better infrastructure, design and implementation that your company could actually receive a return on your investment through this process.

What Business Security Integration Services Can Do For Your Business

20 June 2013 | Comments Off | tncllcadmin

Most businesses are concerned about their security, yet the vast majority have not invested in the extra step of integrating all their measures into a single designed, planned and implemented solution.

This could be detrimental to your proprietary property, including intellectual copyright materials, patented processes or any other proprietary procedures you have developed in your business. Letting competitors have unfettered access to your most prized research, development and designs is simply bad business.

Business security integration services combine multiple security solutions into a single plan that secures all aspects of your business in order to avert corporate espionage, internal intellectual property theft, and accidental confidential information access.

Major components of a proper integrated security plan includes: access control including a card access control system limiting access to sensitive areas and recording who goes where, when, CCTV, CCV and/or Network IP Cameras on all high traffic areas, points of entry and building perimeters to prevent vandalism and monitor access and traffic patterns.

A business security integration services company provides customized designed solutions by evaluating your business in person and on-site. It analyses your company’s needs and outlines a plan to properly protect the company. Secondly providing project management and installation is crucial to the success. Lastly providing maintenance and warranty audits post installation at pre-determined times allows for a continued integrated security plan to be successful

Without these integrated security services your business is under continual threat from multiple external and internal forces forcing intended and unintended consequences upon your business.

Running a Successful Ecommerce Business and Company Network Integration

11 June 2013 | Comments Off | tncllcadmin

The reality of 2013 is that the key to a successful business is not just having what other people want or need, but for your products or services to be as convenient as possible. These days buyers do not only go after “quality” and “price” but convenience is one of the most important factors that help buyers make decision.

Online shopping is the key with a great number of people opting for shopping online. This is why businesses need to introduce ecommerce so that they do not lose on potential customers and continue to thrive in the cutthroat market.


Ecommerce which stands for electronic commerce is an industry where a business’ products and/or services are offered online. These types of virtual stores make it possible for anyone in the world to do business together; thus greatly increasing the opportunity for success.

Company Network Integration

Company network integration is a vital part of having a successful ecommerce business.  Just as convenience is a major key to being a successful business communication in an ecommerce business is also the key.  You must be able to interact with other business partners, suppliers and consumers or clients at any given time.

Company network integration allows for all those in contact with the ecommerce business to interact and perform all aspects of the online store seamlessly.  Company network integration also insures that with new technological advances and the ever developing online world, your ecommerce business will adapt and continue to be successful.

Everything You Need To Know About Business Network Integration

9 June 2013 | Comments Off | tncllcadmin

business network integration

What is it?

Business network integration sometimes abbreviated as BNI is a procedure by which companies create a process for easily and successfully connecting with other networks and software used across the world.

As Technology Advances

As technology advances the world lived in also changes. These days there are numerous businesses that operate solely online. To match up to the changing technology, it is important for companies to have an online presence.

In order to run these online options smoothly in connection with software used by other companies and personal users across the world there has to be some great plan in place. Businesses need to be online at all hours as they cannot afford to be unavailable when a customer needs them. Additionally, the solution they used should be tailor made for them. Having lots of separate components to a site that are not interlinked with one another does not work in this way; that is where business network integration comes into play.

How it helps

Business network integration is in place to quickly change and resolve any problems depending on what the software comes across. As previously stated, having a system in which various compartments of the website do not cohesively respond to one another does not prove to be effective in the current times. All components must effectively interchange with each other, which is exactly what business network integration does.  Business network integration is also vital in being able to adapt to the new technologies put out there every day.

4 Reasons to Connect with Total Network Consulting on Social Media Channels

27 May 2013 | Comments Off | tncllcadmin

Thanks for checking out our channel for discussing new and interesting topics in the field, our  total network services and also answer your questions about what’s going on in your total network. With a presence on the following social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and YouTube. Why are we on so many? Because customer service is the greatest technology and we want to be at the fingertips of our clients to generate conversation and assist them. Here are four reasons why you should connect with us.

  • We put the “communication” in “telecommunications.”

We know not everyone is interested in hearing about the complicated technical workings of a company, network infrastructure and cabling. We want to get personal and have some real conversations with you. We want to know your thoughts on a topic. For example, did you know that we are philanthropic? Let’s get to know each other on another level.

  • We supply convenient customer service.

Have you ever had a problem with your product and needed to call a customer service line? You’re usually speaking with a recording and pressing numbers to get to an actual person. Now you can skip that step and find us online. You are probably already on Facebook, so just like the Total Network Consulting Facebook Page and we’re right there if you need anything. While you’re at it, connect with us on Twitter, Google+ and YouTube.

  • We’re connected to some amazing friends.

We have alliances with some industry-leading manufacturers and we want you to join our network. HP, Cisco, Microsoft, Avaya, Ortronics, and Corning are just a few of our fostered long-term relationships that you can be a part of too.

  • We are thought leaders.

If you’re looking for credible information, you have come to the right place. There is a reason why many fortune 1000, 500, 100 and small businesses alike, have chosen us as their trusted partner. We have customized our services because each client has a unique objective and goal. We take pride in providing true value in our work, and we want to transcend that to our social channels.

We hope you enjoyed our honest reasons of why we can benefit from connecting with each other. Keep in mind that this is the first blog post of many and we encourage you to check back for some invaluable information on the industry, the happenings in our corporation and much more.

If you have additional reasons that we forgot to mention, feel free to contact us and let us know what we missed.

Network Security: Home Routers Found to Contain Vulnerabilities

17 May 2013 | Comments Off | tncllcadmin

 network securityA recent study by Independent Security Evaluators, has found that thirteen name brand routers contain network security issues which could lead to hackers corrupting the network.  Routers in this study include popular brands tested such as, Linksys, Belkin, Netgear, Verizon and D-Link.

According to an article from Network World, “all of the router models evaluated ran their company’s latest firmware and were tested with their default, out-of-the-box configurations. Consumers have few options for mitigating the attacks, ISE said in its report.”

The article further explains that, “man-in-the-middle attacks” can let a hacker launch more sophisticated attacks on all users in the router’s domain. Hackers can perform attacks such as sniffing and rerouting non-SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) traffic, tampering with DNS (Domain Name System) settings and conducting distributed denial-of-service attacks.  In addition Network World states that, researchers from the Independent Security Evaluators divided the attacks into those which required an attacker to be on the same network and those on networks that could be attacked remotely. They found that, two routers from Belkin, the N300 and N900, were vulnerable to a remote attack that did not require the hacker to have authentication credentials.

The following products are examples of products vulnerable to a network security attack if a hacker has the victim’s login information and is on the same network:

  • Linksys WRT310v2
  • Netgear’s WNDR4700
  • TP-Link’s WR1043N
  • Verizon’s FiOS Actiontec  MI424WR-GEN3I
  • D-Link’s DIR865L
  • Belkin’s N300, N900 and F5D8236-4 v2 models