Computer Network Support in Dundee, Angus, Perth & Fife

Any business that has two or more computers can take advantage of the benefits provided by a computer network. Business processes are speeded up and information is communicated more easily between employees, customers and suppliers. Glen Discovery Ltd does not keep stock, instead we procure the hardware and software that best meets your demands. We select products with the correct specification from established vendors - keeping a close eye on upgradeability and maximising the useful life of the system.

Why install a network?

Shared Office Applications
Word Processors, Spreadsheets, Presentation Software, Databases

Shared Files (with customisable permissions)
Customer details, ISO documentation, Technical Manuals, Correspondence, Images, Sales and Financial data

Internet and Email access, Remote Access to company intranet, Instant Messaging between workstations, Protective firewalls

Shared Hardware
Peripherals can be shared between workstations: Printers, Scanners, Fax Machines and Photocopiers, Modems, Specialist equipment.

Data Security & Storage
Virus checkers, Backup schedules, Archiving, Electrical Power management and protection

Specialist Applications
Web-based data sharing, Graphics applications and hardware, Accountancy and Financial packages, Bespoke programs

The network infrastructure is usually provided to the CAT 5 /UTP standard, using RJ-45 connectors. Ethernet Hubs, Switches and Routers are installed in key positions to ensure maximum network speed and up-time. Glen Discovery Ltd has the ability to provide cabling for all the networks that we supply.

Wireless Networking technology is now technically mature and affordable enough to be a realistic option for many local-area networks. These are especially appropriate for sites in adjacent buildings, older offices (where cabling may prove to be a problem) and hazardous environments. Connecting your local network to the outside world can be achieved in number of different ways. ISDN, Cable, ADSL, DSL or dedicated communication lines can be used for high-speed access. Telephone lines may be used for dial-up access when other methods are not available.