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      Managed / Outsourcing IT Services

      IT environments have grown exponentially and overly complicated and heterogeneous amidst mounting compliance measures. In the changing market and business ecosystem, flexible, scalable, secure and responsive infrastructure is a top priority for enterprises.
      Outsourcing Infrastructure Management to a reliable and proven technology partner can drive enterprise efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and compliance control. Teamwin extends a complete, end-to-end spectrum of services that leverages next-generation platforms such as IT Security, Active & Passive networking, cloud computing and virtualization. Our Infrastructure Management and outsourcing services help customers reduce costs, accelerate time-to-market, enhance operational efficiencies and simplify IT management.

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      IT Security & NG Firewalls

      Next-generation firewalls filter network traffic to protect an organization from external threats. Maintaining features of stateful firewalls such as packet filtering, VPN support, network monitoring, and IP mapping features, NGFWs also possess deeper inspection capabilities that give them a superior ability to identify attacks, malware, and other threats. Next-generation firewalls provide organizations with application control, intrusion prevention, and advanced visibility across the network. As the threat landscape continues to develop rapidly, traditional firewalls fall further behind and put your organization at risk. NGFWs not only block malware, but also include paths for future updates, giving them the flexibility to evolve with the landscape and keep the network secure as new threats arise.

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      Endpoint and Server Security

      Usually, endpoint security is a security system that consists of security software, located on a centrally managed and accessible server or gateway within the network, in addition to client software being installed on each of the endpoints (or devices). The server authenticates logins from the endpoints and also updates the device software when needed. While endpoint security software differs by vendor, you can expect most software offerings to provide antivirus, antispyware, firewall and also a host intrusion prevention system (HIPS).
      Endpoint security is becoming a more common IT security function and concern as more employees bring consumer mobile devices to work and companies allow its mobile workforce to use these devices on the corporate network.

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      10G Switching & WiFi 6

      Why do I need a 10G network?

      Modern businesses have become increasingly digital, which means that everything from sales and marketing to service and support, rely on a fast and reliable network. There has never been so much traffic and applications running on the networks and it will only keep growing. Technologies like 802.11ax wireless - WiFi 6, server virtualization, IP convergence, Cloud and Internet of things greatly improve productivity, but also apply even more pressure to your network.

      A network that simply “works” is no longer enough. It has to support business growth in an ever-changing digital world, too. With a 10G network core, you can avoid network congestion at busy times, improve the productivity of employees, shorten the response time to customers and bring new products to the market faster.

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      Infra Virtualization

      What is Privileged Access Management?Introduction to virtualization
      Privileged Access Management (PAM) is a critical cybersecurity tool to separate users from valuable administrator credentials used to manage shared servers, devices, and systems.

      PAM goes beyond Identity Access Management (IAM) which focuses on proving the identity of the user. PAM takes that identity and applies policies to determine which systems they can access, and with what privilege level. Advanced PAM solutions such as PAM as Service or on-premise, take this further and include capabilities to run privileged applications in a protected environment, monitor and record privileged sessions, and automate processes that need privileged access.

      Benefits of Privileged Access Management - PAM:

      CREDENTIAL MANAGEMENT

      Separate IT users from Privileged Accounts passwords

      SESSION MANAGEMENT

      Monitor and track privileged sessions

      APPLICATIONS WITH PRIVILEGED ACCESS

      Protect privileged applications

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      CCTV Surveillance 

      Video Surveillance or CCTV (closed circuit television) represents the largest segment of Security technology.

      Video cameras are used to observe an area, connected to a recording device or IP Network and monitored in a Control Room. Video surveillance technologies are used for far more than their roots in crime detection, with video analytics solutions able to serve a variety of applications such as traffic and crowd control management. Popular manufacturers include Hikvision, Cpplus, Sony, Panasonic, Axis Communications.

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      Cloud Services

      What Is A Cloud Based Solution?
      A cloud based solution refers to on-demand services, computer networks, storage, applications or resources accessed via the internet and through another provider’s shared cloud computing infrastructure. The benefits of cloud based solutions to end users and businesses include increased capacity, scalability, functionality, and reduced maintenance and cost for computer infrastructure or in-house staff. Additionally, cloud-based solutions can enable companies to focus on revenue driving initiatives rather than time-consuming, non-core business tasks. Cloud computer pricing models are categorized by servers in the cloud, sites/applications in the cloud, and storage in the cloud and the majority of cloud providers tend to offer “pay-as-you-go” subscription based models which enable companies closely manage costs as well as scale up and down as needed.

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      Structured Cabling, OFC & CAT6, 6A & 7

      What Is Structured Cabling?
      Structured cabling consists of best-practices involving the design and construction of your telecommunication infrastructure. These practices help standardize your telecom cabling structure to facilitate interoperability, moves and additions, and system dependability. 

      Even though cables and wires are generally hidden behind walls, structured cabling solutions provide much needed benefits to businesses and data centers. Without it, the system is put at risk, especially during maintenance. Some of the benefits of structured cabling include: 1. Efficiency.2. Redundancy.3. Future usability.4. FlexibilityStructured cabling services are available to help businesses improve their IT infrastructure. These services allow businesses to increase the overall efficiency of their telecommunications tech, making it a valuable investment with high ROI potential.

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      24x7 Managed Secure NOC

      Enterprises now demand that uptime be 24/7 to cut losses which can be millions. The losses are smaller for small business owners, but that does not make them less critical. The functioning and even existence of a business can be jeopardized by IT department errors. NOC services are necessary for the monitoring, maintaining, and administering of the network infrastructure of businesses.
      Advantages of 24/7 NOC Monitoring Services:

      Companies get information whenever an issue arises with the use of a 24×7 NOC Monitoring service. Technicians will work on the issues that continually arise to keep businesses working as they should. There are many benefits associated with the outsourcing of NOC services provided by Teamwin.

      1. Reduction in Operating Costs2. Time and Labor are Saved3. Management of Security4. Downtime is Significantly Reduced5. Immediate Handling of Incidents at all Times6. IT Resources are Freed Up for Other Tasks7. Increased Support Through Around the Clock Network Monitoring

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      Expert Network Assessment

      A network assessment is a detailed report and analysis of your company's existing IT infrastructure, management, security, processes, and performance. The purpose of the assessment is to identify opportunities for improvement and get a comprehensive view and current state of your existing network.
      A comprehensive network assessment can prove to be extremely advantageous for enterprises seeking to identify which parts of their networks are thriving and which parts need propping up. Here are the top six benefits of commissioning a network assessment for your enterprise.

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      In House Software / APP Development

      Do you want to launch a mobile or web software application that will be cost-effective, quickly implemented and of high quality? Are you wondering whether to outsource or create an internal development team? Read this article and learn the advantages and disadvantages of both solutions. Find out what works best for you.

      1. Outsourcing and its types

      Offshoring.
      Nearshoring.

      2. Building an in-house team

      Benefits — guaranteed availability, better understanding of corporate culture and business.
      Disadvantages — high costs, time needed for recruitment, onboarding and getting to know the team.