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Internet Access

Structure of a budgetary internet access quote

When you request an Internet Access line with IPknowledge, our dedicated team goes out and contacts multiple vendors to obtain competitive quotes, in order to get the best possible line in both quality and price. We will aim to match your requirements for the line and provide you with accurate cost estimates for what your order would cost to be delivered. After the quoting process has been completed, IPknowledge will give you a Budgetary Quote.

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Internet access without complications?

Suppose you ask a random person to give as many names as possible of providers of internet access. You will likely hear two to five names, while there are dozens of organizations in the Netherlands alone. But what if the same question is asked for other parts of the world? If you are responsible for the corporate global network infrastructure, you may want to read on.

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How does IPknowledge ensure smooth communication for Internet access delivery?

Internet Access delivery is a job performed by humans, working with other humans. This can potentially cause plenty of issues problems, including issues in planning, the performance of the installation, and the work that is required.

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How is a site survey conducted for Internet Access?

A site survey may optionally be needed in order to determine the scope and timing of the works needed to deliver the Internet Access service at your new site. Basically, that means the vendor needs to check out the location and figure out what needs to be done in order to get the internet set up. This could include things like figuring out where the best spot is to connect the internet in the building, like a demarcation point and doing any necessary cabling work.

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What are the types of Internet Access?

Internet access is now a crucial necessity for all organizations. But here's the thing: the quality and availability of internet services can vary a lot. And even if you've got the right provider, your internet speed can still depend on various factors.Luckily, there are a ton of options out there for internet access, like fiber-optic connections, DSL, or cable broadband. They can make a huge difference for your company without breaking the bank.

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Network outsourcing without telco lock-in

We understand that you want to be in full control. But is it really needed to continue contracting and managing a multitude of networking and security vendors? Coordinating a complex web of separated ‘point’ solutions can be hard. IPknowledge clients can benefit from secure digital performance.

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Advantages of CASB: Optimal grip and control over safe SaaS usage

The increasing adoption of SaaS applications and multi-cloud environments within many organizations has brought new risks with it. CASB solution (Cloud Access Security Broker) ensures that organizations strengthen their security position by managing the risk of SaaS applications.

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How can our SASE SD-WAN Price Calculator help you?

Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) and Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) are two emerging technologies that offer businesses a cost-effective, agile, and secure way to connect their branch offices, remote workers, and cloud services. But with so many vendors and pricing models out there, it can be overwhelming for your team to choose the right solution that meets your needs and budget.

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What is the difference between SSE and SASE?

While Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) has been doing the rounds in the network security conversational rounds for a long time, Security Service Edge (SSE) is relatively newer. The security industry has been taking steps toward adopting secure access service edge (SASE), but SSE, which is derived from SASE, is the new kid on the block.

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When is SASE SD-WAN not a right fit for you?

In recent years, SASE SD-WAN (Secure Access Service Edge Software-Defined Wide Area Network) has emerged as a beacon of efficiency and security. However, it's important for you to remember that not every solution fits all scenarios. Let’s talk about the types of companies for whom SASE SD-WAN might not be the ideal choice.

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How does SASE improve network security?

SASE presents a comprehensive, integrated solution tailored for modern business needs. It combines advanced security features, identity-based access controls, and the capability for secure remote access. Implementing a SASE solution can significantly bolster an organization's defenses against a wide spectrum of cybersecurity threats.

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What is SASE?

SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) is a cloud-based security system that helps you securely access your applications and data from anywhere, at any time, and on any device.

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What are the benefits of SASE?

SASE offers a holistic, adaptable, and dynamic approach to security and networking, helping organizations maintain security and competitiveness in a rapidly evolving business landscape. Additionally, SASE can aid in regulatory compliance by providing centralized network visibility and control. This feature simplifies compliance management across the organization, potentially saving time and resources for IT teams and reducing the risk of non-compliance penalties.

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Why should I choose SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) SD-WAN over MPLS?

While both can provide secure and reliable network connectivity, SASE SD-WAN has several advantages over MPLS that make it a better choice for your modern organization.

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Managed Network Services

Facing a Network Management Nightmare?

Need help with managing your SD-WAN and related network infrastructure? Our Managed Network Services are there to help you! We are happy to unburden you with the management and security of the various components of your company network.

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Does the Silver OSS of IPknowledge have ISP line monitoring capabilities?

IPK Silver OSS can provide you with ISP line monitoring, offering capabilities that contain a range of critical performance metrics. These services extend beyond the standard offerings, such as uptime, failures, and latency, which are vital for ensuring robust and reliable network performance.

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How does the Cato SASE Cloud establish connectivity with Azure?

When it comes to connecting the Cato SASE Cloud with Azure, you’ve got a couple of solid options to choose from, each with its own advantages.

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What level of support is available for managing network and security components?

All network and security components necessary will be set up, including management of CPE and otherhardware components, maintenance & break-fix services, and use of standard frameworks and will be completely supported in English. This will be delivered as part of our ‘managed services' for network and security components.Our dedicated platinum support ensures personalized assistance tailored to your specific requirements. For added convenience, we facilitate on-site support through trusted third-party providers, enabling swift troubleshooting and issue resolution.

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What do our Managed Network Services mean?

Managed Network Services is designed to help your organization migrate to and manage your SASE SD-WAN. The goal is a high-quality, continuous, performant and secure business network. So that your-mission critical business applications are responsive and securely accessible to all end-users worldwide.

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Does your organization need our Managed Network Services?

Choosing DIY or Managed Network Services comes down to your specific requirements. We resell and provide you with a broad set of services and solutions, ranging from Internet access to SD-WAN connectivity to cloud connectivity, secure remote access, and even mobile user optimization and advanced security services.

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