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Box Lake Networks offers the tools needed to evaluate the health of your network.  We can look at your existing network and make recommendations to improve your company’s efficiency and operating processes.  We take a proactive approach to supporting your network that will reduce the time and frustration spent addressing network issues.

Cloud integration is the process of configuring multiple application programs to share data in the cloud. In a network that incorporates cloud integration, diverse applications communicate either directly or through third-party software. More and more organizations turn to the cloud for their business application needs. Businesses need to be able to connect on premise networks, with cloud networks and multiple cloud networks need to be able to share data. Box Lake Networks works with cloud providers to help integrate our clients systems and provide a unified platform for their business needs.

Cloud Integration

Fiserv Integration (Banking)
Fidelity Integration (Banking)
Cloud Disaster Recovery Sites (Datto)
Azure
Amazon
Microsoft Office 365
File Sharing Services
Mobile Device Management (hosted)
Anti Virus (Cloud and Hosted)

Wireless Security and Implementation

On-site Wireless Survey
WLAN Design
Wireless Security
Wireless Implementation
Wireless Testing
Managed Wireless Solutions

Storage

Basic Offsite File Level Storage (At Box Lake)
Disaster Recovery (Datto)
On-Site/Off-Site Hybrid Storage Solutions
SAN (Storage Area Networks)
NAS (Network Attached Storage)
DAS (Direct Attached Storage)

LAN/WAN Design and Implementation

Hosted Exchange
Colocation
Hosted Antivirus

Maintenance

Managed Services
Break/Fix
Block Time Work
Proactive Maintenance
Emergency Support
Remote Maintenance and Support
Local Help Desk
Patching and Updates

Managed Network Services

Managed Firewalls
Managed Servers
Managed Security
Managed Services (total)
Managed Services (custom)

Structured Cabling

Cat5E, 6, and Fiber
Demarcation Moves, Extensions
Tracing
New Builds and Existing Structures

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