24x7 Network Monitoring and Remediation
Keep Lines of Communication Open and Secure
Latency, outages, security breaches. Any one of these problems is cause for immediate action. That means any business that seriously relies on its network for day-to-day operations of enterprise applications, e-mail, Web site and more must have a 24x7 monitoring scheme and resolution plan in place. The reality is, however, that network monitoring is often an afterthought for resource-strapped organizations.
With CDI’s 24x7 Network Monitoring and Remediation Services, you can entrust this important need to service experts who have many years of successful network management experience and the business perspective in holistic data center solutions to prioritize their response. CDI keeps tabs on your entire network with advanced monitoring and alerting tools. Our redundant network operations centers (NOCs) in Atlanta and Teterboro, N.J., can provide 24x7 monitoring of servers, edge devices, routers, switches, firewalls and unified communications equipment. Our service monitors and proactively responds to issues within your network on a continuous basis.
Specific Tasks includes:
- Deep monitoring of a large breadth of network attached devices
- Around-the-clock remote remediation and escalation
- Powerful alerting engine
- Multiple shift awareness
- Powerful dashboard views and reporting
Why CDI 24x7 Network Monitoring and Remediation?
CDI expands and enhances the capabilities of the traditional 8-to-5 coverage provided by strained internal IT staffs. CDI services come in a variety of options designed to meet an organization’s unique and specific needs. CDI Managed Services can increase operational efficiencies and reduce operational costs by up to 30 percent. The portfolio covers the entire technology management lifecycle—from assessment to design to deployment to documentation to ongoing support. The CDI Managed Services team has been ranked among the world’s most progressive Managed Service Providers (MSPs). The company manages 1000’s of devices and end users.