Choosing the right team.
Our team of local IT experts manage hundreds of Baltimore-based businesses everyday. What sets us apart, is our ability to keep our customers profitable through well-managed infrastructure while maintaining strict IT budgets. We realize no two companies are the same, and choosing the right technology while remaining competitive can be a daunting task.
An IT Partner, Not Provider
We understand why your critical business services are so important to your daily operations. This is why we spend so much time aligning our technology to support your initiatives. Building a program that relies on 24x7x365 network monitoring coupled with an aggressive preventative maintenance component ensures optimum up-time for your business.
One of the major challenges in maintaining a computer network is trying to predict what will fail and when. With our Down to Business Services solution, we can prevent many network failures from ever happening. By combining regular and comprehensive preventative maintenance and robust real-time monitoring of your critical network and desktop devices, we ensure the reliability and stability of your IT assets.
This solution is so effective that our customers see almost immediate results. A regularly maintained network means fewer failures, yielding higher productivity and savings on support costs for you. At the same time, your exposure to security risks is dramatically lessened, and frustration from unstable IT resources almost vanishes. We allow our customers to focus on their core business functions by taking the worry out of owning a computer network.
A comprehensive approach to network security is the only way to keep your systems running at peak performance. Solnet has 15 years of proven processes and procedures that keep Marylands growing businesses running smoothly and safe from network threats and viruses. Prevention is the best solution.
What are the threats to my network?
Most network security threats today are spread through infected websites and email attachments.
The most common include:
- Viruses, worms, and Trojan horses
- Adware and spyware
- Zero-day attacks, also called zero-hour attacks
- Hacker attacks
- Denial of service attacks (DOS attacks)
- Data interception and theft
- Identity theft
- Crypto Virus
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