Securely Transfer Sensitive Data

Nothing frustrates an employee or customer more than a slow response time for site-to-site transmission. From a business owner or management point of view, another high priority is the safety and protection of company information. Viruses, malware and service attacks are frequent occurrences and it can be scary to use the public Internet as a means of site-to-site data transmission. In other words, you are looking for a secure, high speed connection to keep your data safe and employees happy, when sending information from one location to another.

Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a private, IP-based, wide area network (WAN), service that connects two or more sites. MPLS will benefit organizations with three or more locations that need to communicate large amounts of data in real-time. It is also ideal if you want to consolidate voice, Internet and WAN (wide area network) connectivity onto the same access circuit.

What’s in it for you?Technology Picture - MPLS

Transfer data safely. A private network means that only your business locations have access to what is being transferred. This means that your sensitive data and information is safe from harm.

Experience faster network speeds. A private network also means no encryption and decryption bottlenecks. This will increase response time to anyone attempting to access information.

Reduce chances of downtime. One site sees all sites. This allows for more opportunities for redundancy routing.

Available Features with Select Providers:

  • Internet Access on same circuit.
  • SIP or TDM Voice on same circuit.
  • Managed Routers
  • MPLS over DSL
  • Application Performance Management (APM)
  • WAN Optimization Hardware
  • BGP Routing
  • Network Firewall
  • Automatic IP-VPN Failover Routing
  • Remotely IP-VPN directly into the MPLS, rather than one site.

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