Odyssey’s secure and robust Network Infrastructure solutions are crafted to assist you in enhancing both the performance as well as the security of your organizational network, irrespective of its geographic dispersion or complexity. Odyssey strives to meet its clients’ demands by building steadfast network infrastructures that are reliable, adaptable and scalable. Furthermore, Odyssey maintains strong partnerships with long standing technology leaders, thus expanding its knowledge and insights on the latest technologies.
ENTERPRISE MOBILITY MANAGEMENT
Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) centralizes the management, configuration and security of all devices in an organization, both BYOD and corporate-owned.
Endpoint security complements the detection and prevention of never-before-seen targeted attacks and insider threats with the use of Behavioral Monitoring and Analysis (BMA) and by leveraging Advanced Security Analytics complemented by Threat Intelligence and signature-based detection.
NETWORK ACCESS CONTROL
Network Access Control (NAC) solutions protect your corporate network by ensuring that all devices comply with your corporate security policy before entering your network. NAC solutions ensure that proper security controls are firmly in place before information exchange is permitted.
Virtualization is the process of creating a software-based (or virtual) representation of something rather than a physical one; in other words, Virtualization enables organizations to run many machines simultaneously over a single physical hardware unit.
Unified Communications services help organizations optimize their business processes and eliminate device and media dependencies.
NETWORK & APPLICATION CAPACITY & RELIABILITY
Network & Application Capacity & Reliability is vital because random incidents can overload applications, or even collapse an organization’s entire network, causing downtime.
WAN ACCELERATION & OPTIMIZATION
WAN Acceleration/Optimization solutions span mobile workers, branch offices and data centers, allowing a distributed workforce to collaborate and produce in real time.
Firewalls/UTMs’ function is to either block or permit different traffic patterns. This function is based on the access control policy enforced upon them, which in turn is also based on their location and function on the organizational network.