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Structured Cabling

Many network administrators keep hearing that the network is down because of some or the other reason. Various researches indicate that in many cases, the network is down on account of inferior cabling systems. And installing standards- compliant structured cabling systems can eliminate much of this downtime. Another important factor that needs to be taken into account is that the structured cabling system, though it outlives most other networking components, represents just five percent of the total network investment.
The main reasons for Structured Cabling

  • Consistency – A structured cabling systems means the same cabling systems for Data, voice and video.
  • Support for multi-vendor equipment – A standard-based cable system will support Applications and hardware even with mix & match vendors.
  • Simplify moves/adds/changes – Structured cabling systems can support any changes within the systems.
  • Simplify troubleshooting – With structured cabling systems, problems are less likely to down the entire network, easier to isolate and easier to fix.
  • Support for future applications – Structured cabling system supports future applications like multimedia, video conferencing etc. with little or no upgrade pain.
  • Another primary advantage of structured cabling is fault isolation.


Why is networking so important?
Computer networks allow the user to access remote programs and remote databases either of the same organization or from other enterprises or public sources. Computer networks provide communication possibilities faster than other facilities.
What Di-Sign offer for Computer networks?

  • Planning and designing of IP network infrastructure
  • Supply of required networking hardware such as Router, Switch, Gateway, etc
  • Implementation and commissioning of IP networks
  • Configuration for end to end networking devices
  • Designing and Configuring of site to site VPN
  • Monitoring and Maintenance of network infrastructure

Server Solutions

Why implementing Servers?
Many people are under the misconception that a server is no different from a typical desktop PC. This couldn't be further from the truth. While almost any PC that meets the minimum hardware requirements can run the server operating system, that doesn't make it a true server. A desktop system is optimized to run a user-friendly operating system, desktop applications, and facilitate other desktop oriented tasks. Even if the desktop had similar processor speeds, memory and storage capacity, it still isn't a replacement for a real server. The technologies behind them are engineered for different purposes.
Server Benefits
So now that you know what makes up a server, what can a server do for you? Some of the more important ones are the following:

  • File and Network security
  • Increased reliability
  • Centralized data storage and shared resources
  • Virus Management
  • Centralized Backup

What Di-Sign offer for Server Infrastructure?

  • Supply and Installation of IBM/DELL/HP Rack, Blade and Tower servers as per the requirements of the Business
  • Configuration of Hardware and Software RAID
  • Planning and Installation of Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, File Servers etc.
  • Supply and installation of Corporate Antivirus solutions

Corporate Mail Service/ Exchange Server

Benefits of On Premise/Private Cloud Corporate mail Service

  • Business Security
  • Identity
  • Flexibility
  • Reliability
  • Availability
  • Costing

What Di-Sign offer for corporate mail service?

  • Planning and Implementation of Exchange Server 2010/2013
  • Disaster mail recovery operations
  • Migration of exchange servers
  • Extend you on premise mail servers to internet securely
  • Anti-spam/malware Gateway solutions

Storage Solutions

Di-sign provides Supply and Installation of Dedicated and Virtual SAN and NAS Solutions to meet requirements for the enterprise servers.

IT Security

IT Security and the Importance of Policies and Procedures
Many information policies in small businesses fail because they do not consider the importance of people as a key part of policy. It is not enough to focus on information technology itself. Procedures must be created that respect your employees as they interact with any part of the information systems they are using.
Communications Policies
The core step to implementing a successful information policy is ensuring that staff members understand the steps they are taking as well as the reasons for taking those steps. If the employees believe your information security policies are too restrictive or that they are being treated as if their time and effort are not valued, they will subvert the security system to ease their own workflow.
Password Implementation
Password security policies should be set only as restrictive as they need to be. A password security policy that requires passwords be rotated too often or a policy that complicates passwords (such as requiring mixed case and numerals), can needlessly annoy staff and increase the likelihood of subversion. Staff members may write down their passwords in insecure locations or choose passwords that are too simple because they are unable to remember them.
Physical Access
Computers, networks and other information technology are only as secure as available physical access to them. Nearly any commercial technology can have its security overridden by a knowledgeable person who has the capability to modify its hardware.
Network interactions Your networks should be separated into public and private zones. Information that is truly private should never have physical connections to the Internet or any other public network. Users that must have a combination of public and private access, such as simultaneous connections to the Internet and to an Intranet, must choose not to copy, or be restricted from copying, files to their local computers.
All sensitive documents should be encrypted before they are stored on hard drives or sent over any network. Encryption methods will fail if they are too onerous for your users, therefore your file should be encrypted automatically by the software being used.
What Di-Sign offer for IT Security?

  • Supply and Configuration of Firewalls/UTMs Dell Sonicwall, Watch Gurard, Cyberom, Fotinet
  • SSL Bindings
  • Right Protection Services
  • IT Policy Documentation


Why Virtualization?

  • Reduce capital and operating costs
  • Deliver high application availability
  • Improve business continuity
  • Increase IT productivity
  • Improve responsiveness
  • Reduce power consumption
  • Improve disaster recovery
  • Isolate applications
  • Extend the life of older applications
  • Help move things to the cloud

What Di-Sign offer for Virtualization?

  • Planning and designing of server/Desktop/Application Virtualization
  • Configuring of Hyper-V, VMware and Citrix Servers

Datacenter & Clustering

CCTV/IP Camera systems

CCTV system is used to monitor and or record the activities in an area such as banks, airports, hotels, offices, residence, shopping malls, industrial plants, educational institutions, etc for the purpose of safety and protection of property. CCTV helps to protect your business and staff; it is a visible deterrent against theft and vandalism. CCTV is a very effective tool for crime prevention and detection CCTV can also be useful in home security to monitor and protect the drive and gardens. The main features of CCTV are surveillance, recording and playback.
Analog/ Digital Solutions Cameras ranging from analog to IP Based Camera Types - Dome, Fixed, PTZ, IR , Bullet , Mini cameras, etc Outdoor and Indoor Applications IP enabled DVRs with recording speeds varying from 50fps to 800 fps Event and Alarm based Recording Remote viewing and Storage.

Access Control Systems

For small, medium to large sized businesses, intelligent standalone/network access control systems can be applied in various ways to fit your security needs. Our advanced access control solution provides end to end security in protecting your valuable assets, information and safety in any environment.

Standalone Access Control Systems

Cost-effective system which can be operated only in stand-alone without communication NETWORK ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM- Network communication via RS232, RS422, RS485, and TCP/IP MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE - Intelligent access control of individual cardholders, groups and time schedules Individual access control by time, date with time schedule function. Access event search and report printing by date, by individual, by group, by door. Personal information search and photo printing of each access user. Prevention from access of unauthorized person Integration with third party systems like CCTV, Time & Attendance ,Payroll, Fire Alarm, Building management Systems ,etc.

IP PBX Telephony Systems

An IP PBX is a complete telephony system that provides telephone calls over IP data networks. All conversations are sent as data packets over the network.

  • Much easier to install & configure than a proprietary phone system
  • Easier to manage because of web/GUI based configuration interface
  • Significant cost savings using VoIP providers
  • Eliminate phone wiring
  • Eliminate vendor lock in

Line of Business Application

Di-sign developing various LOB Applications to meet requirement of the Business using .NET, JAVA & PHP

IT Service and Asset Management

Why Di-Sign Offer it?

  • Better business and IT alignment
  • Enhanced agility
  • Reduced IT costs
  • Better profitability
  • Reduced regulatory and security risks
  • Improved satisfaction with IT

We provide quality services

Best solutions & consultancy, member of the Microsoft Partner Network provides IT solutions, Network training and Consultancy on global standards at Kollam, We also offer our customers to provide high quality of services in design and installation of the most advanced security solutions in the industry. We design, implement and maintain electronic security systems such as cctv system access control system ,time & attendance system , queue management system , video intercom systems, etc.

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