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Groupware: Groupware is technology designed to facilitate the work of groups. It may be used to communicate, cooperate, coordinate, solve problems, compete, or negotiate. While traditional technologies like the telephone qualify as groupware, the term is ordinarily used to refer to a specific class of technologies relying on modern computer networks, such as e-mail, newsgroups, videophones, or chat.

LAN: Local Area Network (LAN) is a connection by cables or wireless of two or more computers to share resources. Shareable resources include hard disks, printers, CD jukebox, files and any other conceivable resource that can be connected. LANs when correctly implemented will save your company money when compared to islands of computers or mainframes.

WAN: Wide Area Networks connects diverse LANs over local or geographic areas. WAN implementations pose very peculiar problems, due to the security holes and complexity that are ordinarily inherent in their implementations. In most cases, the homogeneity of LANs is absent when WANs are introduced.

Our solutions to business technology problems are diverse, addressing web site development, groupware, network design, network security and software integration.


The company designed the LAN and WAN of the company from the ground up, including cabling, data center design, workstation and server configuration and installation, switches, hubs, e-mail, internet servers and support. Our engineers provided solutions using Linux and Windows NT, 9.x.

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