Managed Services & IT Consultancy

Not every business has an in-house IT staff to set up the right policies to assure Business Continuity, to monitor and manage their Network Infrastructure and Unified Communications, or to determine the right Cloud Solution.

Conversely, maybe their infrastructure is too large, and their needs too diverse for their IT staff to handle them alone. In either situation, VoDa can help.

VoDa’s Managed Services and IT Consultancy solutions:

  • Network Monitoring
  • Unified Communications Management
  • Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery
  • Virtualization and Cloud Migration
  • Email Hosting, Domain Names, Web Hosting, Website Builder
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Outsourced Project Management and Technology Relocation

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Network Monitoring

We can provide the right level of managed services to fit your budget and your needs. Whether it’s as simple as monitoring a single internet connection, monitoring multiple locations or mapping an entire network, we provide, as well as partner with industry leaders to put the right monitoring services in place.
If your network topology contains multiple carriers and technologies, and/or multiple locations both national and international, we have the tools to map your network down to each individual IP and firewall.

This architecture-based, vendor-agnostic approach provides a holistic infrastructure for inventory, monitoring, alarming, root-cause-analysis, capacity, and performance management across global IP communications systems.

Our technology enables remediation and remote programming support to ensure a truly seamless, quality user experience.

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Unified Communications Management

Whether your UC environment leverages Microsoft Skype for Business/Lync, Cisco, Avaya/Nortel, or other Premise based or Hosted platform technologies, we can bring clarity to your business processes and complex UC interdependencies via centralized, cross-platform management and monitoring. At the same time, you’ll have real-time visibility into each UC user’s experience and actionable performance information for faster resolution of service issues. We cannot stress enough the importance of having the ability to immediately pinpoint and correct performance issues.
VoDa Networks takes the guessing and finger-pointing out of the equation once and for all.

The Unified Communications Management Platform (UCMP) architecture is comprised of four components, built from the ground up to accommodate diverse business units.

  • UC Foundation (UCF) – Superior Health & Performance Monitoring & Management
  • UC Diagnostics (UCD) – Advanced Monitoring, Management, Reporting and Diagnostics
  • Perspective – Easy-to-Deploy Synthetic Network Testing Capabilities
  • Call Analysis – Multi-Vendor CDR Collection, Rating & Cost Analysis

Together, these components enable economies of scale and IT collaboration while assuring an easy path for future technology needs and business growth. UCMP enables users to easily and cost-effectively integrate and manage new software and services from any other vendor while reducing operational costs and maximizing their organization’s total cost of ownership.

Contact us to help you to determine what level of monitoring, mapping and visibility is best for your business.

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Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery

Business Continuity refers to the set of preventive and recovery strategies your organization must carry out between the occurrence of a disaster and the time that normal operations are restored, so that essential business functions continue to operate even after a catastrophic event.
Disaster Recovery are the set of tactics, technical plans, developed for specific groups in your organization that focus to recover a particular business application.

Our goal is to eliminate or minimize downtime and data loss. We will help you to institute the best business continuity, disaster recovery and back-up plans to make sure that you are always operational if any of these events occur.

Having a plan in place will:

  • Eliminate decision making during a disaster
  • Reduce stress in the work environment
  • Minimize if not eliminate loss of revenue
  • Keep your data backed up and off site
  • Allow your employees to work from a home office or temporary location

VoDa will help you to identify your infrastructure weaknesses and potential points of failure, and present you with the solutions to eliminate them before disaster strikes

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Cloud Strategy/Cloud Migration

CIO Magazine indicates that the biggest challenge for most companies (77%) is finding and deploying a service that is the right fit.
Gartner forecasts Cloud Computing to be a $300 billion business by 2021, as companies increasingly adopt Cloud services to realize their desired digital business outcomes. Through the use of Cloud services, Cloud Computing provides the speed and agility that digital business requires.

VoDa can help you choose the right Cloud Infrastructure for your company!

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History of Cloud:

To understand Cloud we have to understand the concept of Virtualization.

Virtualization is at the heart of Cloud Computing. You can have Virtualization without Cloud but not the other way around.

Simply explained, Virtualization is the use of software to simulate the existence of hardware. Each simulated server is called a Virtual Machine (VM), and even though it is virtual, it has the appearance of a self-contained computing system with its own operating system, processors, memory, drives, etc.
Server Virtualization isolates the various Virtual Machines (VM) and allocates / controls the resources that can be utilized by each VM.

A company that in the past needed many servers to run different business applications can now use a reduced number of servers, saving space, equipment cost, network management charges, etc. Virtualization allows you to get more out of your hardware and maximize your budget.

Virtualization gives resource centralization, optimal resource utilization and some redundancy against individual server failures. This also takes care of re-provisioning resources during seasonal bursts in traffic.

Cloud Computing took Virtualization to the next level. Virtualization is about technology. Cloud is about features, service and a deployment model.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines cloud computing as “a model for enabling on-demand network access to a shared pool of resources that can be rapidly provisioned with minimal effort or interaction.” The five essential characteristics of cloud computing are on-demand self-service, broad network access, resource pooling, rapid elasticity or expansion, and measured service.

Cloud Services (SaaS, IaaS, PaaS). The cloud is a very broad concept, and can refer to different kinds of online service, but for businesses there are three cloud service types to consider; Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Different types of cloud services provide different levels of readiness or development.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is the type of Cloud Computing service that provides the “raw materials” for IT. The User usually pays for the resources they consume including CPU cores, RAM, hard disk or storage space and data transfer. IaaS is the least ready-made cloud computing service, which means it offers developers the most control because it’s as close to hardware as you can get. Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services are the dominant IaaS vendors.

Platform as a Service (PaaS) provides the next level of readiness or development. It is a service delivered mostly to developers and architects.
The main idea of PaaS is that it hides the infrastructure from users and provides additional functionality on top of the infrastructure. For developers and architects, this means spending more time using platform functionality to drive business value rather than sorting through complicated infrastructure concerns.
One of the most popular PaaS use cases is database as a service — for example, Amazon Web Services’ Relational Database Service (RDS).

Software as a Service (SaaS) is a software distribution model in which a third-party provider hosts applications and makes them available to customers to use remotely over the Internet. Example of SaaS are CRM applications like Salesforce and office productivity applications such as Office365 online.

Cloud Environments: Cloud environments are the different conditions and settings in which the Cloud services operate. Private, Public or the combination of both (Hybrid).

Cloud provides self-service capability, elasticity, automated management, scalability and pay-as-you-go service that is not inherent in virtualization.
Private Cloud. In a Private Cloud environment the client owns or leases the hardware and software that provides the consumption model. You pay for resources as you go, as you consume them from a vendor who is providing such resources to multiple clients, often in a co-tenant scenario. Self-service and on-demand resource allocation are key features of the private cloud which aren’t inherent to all virtual environments.

Public Cloud. While Private Clouds are operated by internal teams, the Public Cloud is a service offered to external parties is an environment open to many users, built to serve multi-tenanted requirements. There are many considerations when adopting the Public Cloud such as privacy, security, performance, cost, flexibility, control and compliance but the potential benefits are sufficient to entice even the most demanding organizations.

Hybrid Cloud. A true Hybrid Cloud is when public and private cloud environments are woven together into a single seamless experience.

Cloud Solutions are best for companies that:

  • Want to outsource systems’ support and free up their IT staff so they can concentrate on more strategic projects. (From Caretaker to Decision Maker)
  • Are constantly changing and require quick setups.
  • Work better with an OPEX (Operational Expenditures) model.
  • Require fast scale (up or down), flexibility and don’t have too many security concerns.

Let VoDa perform an in-depth analysis of your organization’s specific needs and Cloud requirements. We partner with leading Third-party Cloud Providers. Together we will help you determine what the best solution for your business is!

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Email Hosting, Domain Names, Web Hosting, Website Builder

Would you know who to call if you needed help with sending or receiving email?

How about if you needed to quickly make changes such as adding a new email account, or disabling a former employees access to email?

Most businesses have no idea who hosts their email service. Our customers enjoy added peace of mind in knowing that we are there to quickly respond to their email & hosting needs.

VoDa also offers related services such as Domain Names, Website Hosting, and Website Builder. Contact a VoDa advisor for more details!

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

A business’ web presence is directly related to its brand exposure and revenue growth.

All search engines use algorithms or recipes to drive search results.

VoDa partners with the best SEO specialists in the industry whose expertise will help you improve your web visibility and placement in the search engine results.

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Outsourced Project Management and Technology Relocation

VoDa partners with Certified Project Managers (PMI’s) that can Scope, Schedule and Budget any Technology Project, and Manage any Technology Relocation including the Uninstall and Reinstall of your network infrastructure.

Let VoDa’s experts handle your next project!

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