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However, today’s organizations are more likely to choose third-party service providers. Their experience and expertise in multi-site network deployment ensures a smooth transition with minimal downtime.\n\nhttps://www.fieldengineer.com/blogs/simplify-multi-site-network-deployment/
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At one time, large companies employed expensive IT teams full
time, moving them from site to site as needed. However,
today’s organizations are more likely to choose third-party
service providers. Their experience and expertise in multi-site
network deployment ensures a smooth transition with minimal
downtime. Cloud-based platforms have relationships with an
army of local field engineers who can be deployed anytime,
anywhere, to meet business needs. These engineers complete
the tasks required for a problem-free rollout across multiple
sites quickly and efficiently, freeing the company to focus on
core business activities.
Once all testing is complete, experts hand
control of the network configuration over to
the business. However, high-quality provid-
ers continue to offer problem-resolution
services on an ongoing basis
Local service providers begin the
multi-site networking process by conduct-
ing a site survey. This ensures clear
understanding of the project scope and
the client’s specific needs
Nothing is more frustrating than endless
technical issues — particularly when
becoming accustomed to a new network.
Once the WAN is active and LANs have
been transferred correctly, field engineers
complete thorough testing to ensure the
network is ready for use (NRFU)
(NETWORK READY FOR USE)
When the time comes to execute on carefully laid plans,
the first order of business is to ensure that the mounts,
cabinets and racks necessary to hold equipment that will
be housed on site are installed completely and correctly
RACK & STACK
The process of connecting LANs across multi-
ple sites carries a number of risks, particularly
when it comes to ensuring that applications
and systems continue to function as required
Your company’s wide area network (WAN) permits
the connection of computers over great distances.
This is typically accomplished through the use of
leased telecommunications circuits
Multi-site network deployment is critical to business success. Companies with multiple locations,
whether in the hundreds or the thousands, must be able to collaborate using common systems, data and applications.
Most cannot afford significant downtime, making fast, smooth deployment of new or upgraded
multi-site networks a necessity.
SOURCE : https://blog.fieldengineer.com/2016/08/29/simplify-multi-site-network-deployment/