A network monitoring system monitors an internal network for problems. It can find and help resolve snail-paced webpage downloads, lost-in-space e-mail, questionable user activities and file deliveries caused by overloaded, crashed servers, dicey network connections or other devices.
With network monitoring, you can stay on top of your IT network, and resolve the root causes of downtime preemptively.
Monitoring traffic is a fundamental task and generally focuses on resources that support internal end users. So network monitoring systems have evolved to oversee an assortment of devices:
Network monitoring systems can continuously record devices as they are added, removed or undergo configuration changes. These tools segregate devices dynamically. Some common rubrics are:
Such automatic discovery and categorisation of segments can help you pinpoint problems in your network, as well as plan for future growth.
A network monitoring system (NMS) will help to make sense of complex large environments, issuing reports that managers use to:
An effective network monitoring system (NMS) keeps managers up to date on whether a given device, service or application is meeting contractually mandated performance levels (SLA).
Through routine, frequent testing of the full backup and recovery process for all backup technologies in play, our team ensures that your backups are existent and recoverable when data disaster rears its gruesome head. Issues are fixed before data gremlins such as hard drive failures, natural disasters, or ransomware delete IP and PPI data hoards.
Our team ensures that a complete restoration of every last file to a clean system is performed. Frequent tests and test results made sure that the technologies and procedures in question backed information up successfully, restored it successfully, and that the backup targeted and captured all the data that should be backed up.
Measures the degree of diversity in PC OS platforms, the timeliness to support the new version of the key PC OS platforms and, to a lesser degree, the capability to back up user files created directly in the cloud, such as Google Drive.
PC migration has become very useful to help reduce user downtime and increase user productivity. This capability measures the ability to migrate the entire PC content to a new device, including system and personal settings.
Measures the mobile app's functions to access and download backup files, as well as to back up data generated by mobile apps such as camera and contacts. It also measures the ability to avoid backup traffic on cellular networks and the ability to support EFSS.
Evaluates the techniques to boost backup and restore performance, such as backup methods, deduplication and local cache, as well as network, disk I/O and CPU throttling.
This function, also known as recovery point objective (RPO), measures how a data loss window can be reduced by more frequent backup, especially for the mobile workforce.
Measures the size of the deployments in the real world, such as the largest deployment in production and the references' deployment sizes, as well as any limitations for file size and count.
Evaluates functions such as cloud security, encryption and industry standards certification, access control methods, and remote wipe/remote tracking.
Examines end-user experiences such as self-service restore and administrative functions such as delegation, updates, monitoring/reporting and user interface ease of use.
Evaluates the product's integration with public cloud, supported by evidence of overall endpoint backup business generated via cloud services and the breadth of the geographic coverage in terms of data center locations used by a single-service provider.
Measures the infrastructure functions significant to on-premises deployments, including server/storage high availability, data integrity checks and storage efficiency techniques.
Examines functions that allow organizations to manage data governance such as full-text search, in-place legal hold, audit trail, and integration capabilities with e-discovery tools.
Threats to business critical systems are many and varied. Natural disasters like flooding and fire, along with people factors, such as disgruntled employees or human error that lets in a virus, make it essential to have a disaster recovery and business continuity plan.
When a disaster threatens to affect your organization, you need to be fully prepared to rebuild your operations and continue providing service and support to your customers.
We offer hot backup sites which provide a set of mirrored stand-by servers that automatically runs the recovery process once a disaster occurs.
Every night, we protect your business by sending copies of your critical data files to our secure offsite data storage facility.
A warm backup site acts as a preventative measure, as it allows you to pre-install your hardware and pre-configure your computer integrated systems. In the event of a disaster, all you have to do is initialize the software and restore your system.
Lantone Systems provides lower cost solutions such as cold sites, which is essentially a data centre space with network connectivity that contains all your critical data, ready for use in the disaster recovery process. Our engineers will help you move your physical hardware into our data centre and start the recovery process.
Building cloud storage into your disaster recovery plan can help redistribute the upfront expense of deploying on premise technology. Cloud-based disaster recovery services eliminate the need for site-to-site replication, as well as the cost of additional Disaster Recovery infrastructure and real estate. Your IT assets are in the cloud, located far away from the primary site, and you can be anywhere across the globe and restore your files 24/7/365.
Today, addressing security risk and threats is an ongoing rapid process. Organisations of all sizes need to protect themselves from the constant evolution of threats. Our team at Lantone is working with customers every day to eliminate dangerous gaps in protection and boost employee productivity at the same time.
A visibility and security architecture multiplies the effectiveness of security tools by enabling access to data throughout the network using intelligent intermediary devices known as network packet brokers (NPBs) to access and transform the data into a format that one or more security tools can use.
We implement synchronized security solutions to detect threats and autonomously isolate infected devices. If suspicious traffic is identified by the firewall, or malware is detected on the endpoint, security and threat information is instantly shared securely via between endpoints and the firewall. For companies who do not have the luxury of extensive in-house security teams, this new approach can help bolster productivity while streamlining security operations
Attack simulation technology looks at network context, asset criticality, business metrics, and existing security controls when determining the impact of a potential attack. Attack simulation tools enable security teams to target use of their intrusion prevention systems (IPS) protection, activating only necessary signatures, maximizing performance, and prioritizing vulnerabilities.
Once a network is in compliance, a secure change management process is needed to maintain continuous compliance and validate that planned changes do not introduce new risk. To maintain network security, change management processes can be used to determine the impact of a proposed change before implementing the change.