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Why network infrastructure is important?

Network infrastructure refers to the hardware and software resources of an entire network that enable network connectivity, communication, operations, and management. It provides the communication path and services between users, processes, applications, services, and external networks/the internet. The network infrastructure of an organization includes physical hardware (like routers, switches, and cabling) and software (such as network operations systems, firewalls, and network security applications).

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Installation and configuration

Enable communication and data exchange between computers, servers, and other networked devices within an organization or between multiple locations. This process involves both hardware and software components and includes the deployment of various networking equipment such as routers, switches, access points, and cabling, as well as the installation and configuration of network operating systems and applications.

Ensures Security and Compliance

Network infrastructure is critical for implementing security measures that protect an organization’s data and resources from cyber threats, unauthorized access, and data breaches. It supports firewalls, encryption, intrusion detection systems, and other security protocols that help ensure compliance with data protection regulations and safeguard sensitive information.

Planning and Design

Understanding the specific requirements of the organization, including the number of users, types of applications, and level of security needed. Creating a blueprint that outlines the network’s structure, including the layout of connections, placement of network devices, and the network topology that best suits the organization’s needs.

Enables Scalability and Flexibility

As organizations grow and their needs evolve, network infrastructure can be scaled and adapted to meet these changing demands. This flexibility supports the addition of new services, integration of new technologies, and expansion to accommodate more users and data, ensuring that the business can grow without being hindered by its IT infrastructure.