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Feentech specializes in the design, development, deployment, and maintenance of IT infrastructure with a focus in managed services, unified communications, structured cabling installation, and vCIO/CTO services. Enquire today to learn more about our services and if Feentech is the right fit for your business!

Edge Networking

The network edge refers to the area where a device or local network interfaces with the internet. The edge is close to the devices it is communicating with and is the entry point to the network. The network edge is a crucial security boundary that network administrators must provide solutions for.

Voice over Internet Protocol

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), is a technology that allows you to make voice calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular (or analog) phone line.

Endpoint Protection

The endpoints of your network—computers and mobile devices—are often easy points of entry for attackers. Endpoint protection shields your devices, whether malware is directly installed by hackers or an unsuspecting user installs it unwillingly. An endpoint protection solution begins with discovering endpoint risks, then monitoring and assessing the level of danger.

Cloud Security

A significant portion of business depends on cloud storage, communications, or infrastructure. Therefore, protecting your systems and assets in the cloud should be a primary priority. Cloud security measures keep infiltrators from impacting or hacking into your infrastructure.

Backup and Disaster Recovery

Backup is the process of making an extra copy (or multiple copies) of data. Disaster recovery, refers to the plan and processes for quickly reestablishing access to applications, data, and IT resources after an outage. To ensure business continuity, you need a robust, tested disaster recovery plan.

Network Security

On a basic level, network security is composed of configurations and rules that are implemented into devices and systems on your network. These rules ensure your network’s integrity, privacy, and usefulness, and cover both the hardware and software that make your network run.