We provide Technology Consulting, IT Facilities Management, LAN, WAN Networking, Virtual
Private Network, Internet and Intranet solutions for businesses.
- Network and System Design
- Backup Management
- Disaster Recovery Management
- Asset and inventory Management
- IT Consulting
- Network Monitoring
Network and system design
With a thorough understanding of all network types — wired, wireless — Nunc Systems has
extensive experience with LAN, storage/server room, data center applications. Nunc Systems
has the depth of resources necessary to provide the engineering services to design, furnish and
install the products, components and accessories for a network custom-designed to meet your
Nunc Systems also serves as a system integrator for your network design, which means we
specialize in bringing together multiple systems for inputting, processing, interpreting, storing
and categorizing data. We work closely with you to develop affordable, scalable solutions,
whether you need something new, want to add to your existing network, or need to upgrade and
replace an outdated network.
Businesses large and small create and manage large volumes of electronic information or data.
Much of that data is important. Some data is vital to the survival and continued operation of the
business. The impact of data loss or corruption from hardware failure, human error, hacking or
malware could be significant. We provide the best plan for data backup and restoration of
electronic information which is essential.
Sooner or later, your small business will need more space for data storage. Information in the
form of emails, documents, presentations, databases, graphics, audio files and spreadsheets is
the lifeblood of most companies, and the applications that run and protect your business require
a lot of disk space. In addition, a number of trends are fueling our growing hunger for storage
Storing information and managing its storage is critical to a company's behind-the-scenes
success. Fortunately, we provide options available to small businesses for both the actual
storage and the location of that storage. Often, the best solution is a combination of different
Disaster Recovery Management
Our Recovery strategies are developed for Information technology (IT) systems, applications
and data. This includes networks, servers, desktops, laptops, wireless devices, data and
connectivity. Priorities for IT recovery are consistent with the priorities for recovery of business
functions and processes that were developed during the business impact analysis. Our
resources support time-sensitive business functions and processes. The recovery time for an IT
resource will match the recovery time objective for the business function or process that
depends on the IT resource.
Information technology systems require hardware, software, data and connectivity. Without one
component of the “system,” the system may not run. Therefore, our recovery strategies are
developed to anticipate the loss of one or more of the following system components:
- Computer room environment (secure computer room with climate control, conditioned and
backup power supply, etc.)
- Hardware (networks, servers, desktop and laptop computers, wireless devices and
- Connectivity to a service provider (fiber, cable, wireless, etc.)
- Software applications.
- Data and restoration
Monitoring helps network and systems administrators identify possible issues before they affect
business continuity and to find the root cause of problems when something goes wrong in the
network. Be it a small business with less than 50 nodes or a large enterprise with more than
1000 nodes, continuous monitoring helps to develop and maintain a high performing network
with little downtime.
For network monitoring to be a value addition to a network, our monitoring design adopt basic
principles. For one, our monitoring system is comprehensive and cover every aspect of an
enterprise, such as the network and connectivity, systems as well as security. It also provides a
single-pane-of-glass view into everything about the network and includes reporting, problem
detection, resolution, and network maintenance. Further, our monitoring system will provide
reports that can cater to a different level of audiences—the network and systems admin, as well
as to management such as CEO, CIO, and CTO.