Network Security for Business
We offer a range of Network Security services in Nottinghamshire, London and throughout the UK. With the role of technology increasing in businesses every day, the threat of network hacks and business disruption also increases.
Custard provide Network Security for all types of businesses across many industries, helping to keep them safe and secure. With our Network Security, Data Storage and Application Delivery solutions, you can rest assured that your business is protected from the growing number of threats posed on a daily basis.
Easily secure your most important business data, emails, and applications while meeting users’ needs.
Application delivery is a mechanism for businesses to quickly and efficiently deliver application functionality to users.
Wireless authentication eliminates manual entry of passwords with an auto-unlock feature for smooth, instant access.
Custards in-house security team are always on hand to ensure your network is protected to the highest level.
Providing expert consultation and support with powerful, best-of-breed security products to secure your organisations threat vectors – email, web applications, remote access, web browsing, mobile Internet, and network perimeters whether on premises or in the cloud. Leveraging the benefits of hardware, cloud, and virtual technology, backed by threat intelligence from Barracuda Central — Custards solutions consistently deliver total threat protection from zero day, advanced malware, automated threats, and other attacks.
Our team is made up of friendly and reliable tech support professionals whose focus is always based on the customer experience and providing excellent service – no matter what size or sector you operate.
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