A reliable internet connection is vital for your business, but not all connections deliver the same results in terms of speed and availability.
Rather than just a simple path to the web, these days your business internet connection supports critical corporate functions like video conferencing, moving information between your business and the cloud, and accessing important business applications.
Your business internet connection needs to be fast, reliable, secure and tailored to your company’s needs. Our experienced engineers can assess your workload and access demands to customise the best internet solution for you.
Seamlessly integrate your wired and wireless networks for simple mobilisation with no drop outs.
We can manage your internet connection for you; no more waiting on hold or being put in a queue. We’ll get your internet issues solved quickly.
We offer fully secured internet solutions including next-gen firewalls, network security and secure WiFi solutions.
We can assess your workloads and access requirements and deliver the connection you need to work quickly and efficiently.
Whether you’re after high availability, symmetric downloads and uploads or accessing mission critical apps in the cloud, we can recommend the best connection for you.
Our certified consultants and engineers can recommend, set-up and configure the best solution for you.
We can install and manage your wifi hardware for you, with our managed service, so you don’t have to.
“The Missing Link understood our specific business requirements and delivered an efficient network which services our regional spread effectively. Our applications performance and connectivity have improved and we are able to operate our business more efficiently and productively. Not only has this project improved our operations but we’ve also been able to reduce business risk and cut future IT costs”
Associate Director, Boyce CA
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