Infrastructures

Whether you are setting up a new IT infrastructure, replacing an ageing network or expanding network capacity, you can rely on RODAX Management to provide the design and delivery skills required the initial briefing through to the final handover, and further.

RODAX Management provides an integrated approach to the infrastructure need for any client. We cover data, voice, surveillance, alarm, access control, public address, audio and video, TV and electric power as components of a true integrated infrastructure.

We also provide infrastructure audits and reviews. RODAX Management follows a rigorous approach to infrastructure audits, analyzing strengths, weaknesses and opportunities for future improvements. The core aim of a RODAX Management infrastructure audit is to deliver back a report and set of recommendations outlining the current position, identifying shortfalls and risks, and suggesting future improvements.

We understand that benchmarking against the "ideal" is only useful up to a point. As business pragmatists, we recognize that useful recommendations must also consider cost (and return on investment) in addition to technical specification and performance.

The right solution is as individual as your business and your brand.

Defining, designing and delivering such solutions are core RODAX Management skills.
The key to good infrastructure design is to understand how the network will be used in future, so that current investment is not wasted. During our initial analysis, we seek to understand:

By answering such questions, we are able to design a network around the business and its evolving needs. Beyond this, RODAX Management has an excellent track-record in installation and support. We have delivered networks for as few as five users, as well as for hundreds of users located over multiple locations.

We focus on the creation of a robust, scalable, flexible environment upon which business applications and solutions can be built cost effectively. The right network will neatly mirror the customer’s business and its operational requirements.

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