FAQs

     
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 
     

 

Q.) What is data networking?

A.) A connection—made with cable and/or wireless media—between a collection of computers that allows for the easy exchange information. A computer network is a telecommunications network that allows computers to exchange data. The physical connection between networked computing devices is established using either cable media or wireless media. The best-known computer network is the Internet.

 

Q.) How can VoIP benefit my company?

A.) VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) allows businesses of all sizes to dramatically increase their productivity by quickly transmitting multimedia and voice communications over the Internet.

 

Q.) What are the advantages of video conferencing?

A.) Companies utilizing video conferencing get more work done—at a fraction of the cost and time it would take to get everyone in the same physical room. Telepresence offers the highest level of videoconferencing, greater technical sophistication and improved fidelity of both sight and sound.

 

Q.) I have office space in an aging building. Will structured cabling work here?

A.) Yes. Coranet installs an impressive amount of cabling in buildings with again infrastructures.. This included a state of the art backbone and end-user infrastructure in an 80 year-old building. Coranet was able to overcome the challenges of the building design, installing cable tray to create an aesthetically pleasing installation, while enabling the end users to connect to the network at speeds of up to 10Gbps.

 

Q.) How will wireless enhance the mobility of my company and its employees?

A.) Wireless emphasizes cross-functionality by allowing employees to work securely anywhere in the office and on a variety of devices, including tablets and laptop computers.

 

Q.) At Coranet, what does consulting and project management entail?

A.) We pride ourselves on offering a single point of contact on the often complicated task of network project management. We simplify things for clients by providing them streamlined communications from the assessment stage through final implementation.

 

Q.) When it comes to maintenance, what does your customer care center offer?

A.) The highly trained analysts that make up our customer care center will provide immediate and informed assistance that will remedy your problem and get you back to peak efficiency in the shortest amount of time possible.

 

Q.) What is your integrated approach?

A.) Our integrated approach provides the best solutions by combining business insights with a deep knowledge of technology, infrastructure services, project management skills, network operations and experience in network deployment.

 

Q.) What certifications are important for IT engineers and technicians to have?

A.) At Coranet, every one of our Project Managers and Lead Technicians are Lean Six Sigma certified. We also encourage our Project Managers and Lead Technicians to become BICSI certified. Those who earn RCDD (Registered Communications Distribution Designer) status have proven their excellence in design knowledge and possess a high degree of respect within the industry.

 

Q.) How should companies plan for the growth of BYOD?

A.) Companies need to rigorously monitor their employees’ devices to ensure that only company approved devices are used. Companies must also strengthen their wireless security to ensure that valuable company information and intellectual assets cannot be compromised.