Office networks Guide For many businesses, the first computer network they need will be confined to a single building. This type of network is called a local area network (LAN). There are two common kinds of LAN: peer-to-peer and client/server. Peer-to-peer networks connect two or more computers directly, allowing them to share files or programs. They are particularly suitable for collaborative work. They are also relatively cheap and straightforward to create. However, peer-to-peer networks have a number of downsides. They can be much slower than server-based networks and unsuitable for very complex networks. Also, since peer-to-peer systems connect users through other users' computers, a failure at one point in the network will affect every computer connected to that network. Client/server networks use one computer as a server - where you keep shared files and programs - which other PCs connect to. This central machine can be a normal PC, although it is best to use a powerful computer or a purpose-built server computer. Client/server networks have a number of advantages. As files are stored centrally, these systems are: more efficient at backing up and handling data - eg users cannot modify files simultaneously capable of linking to different types of computers - they can support more users more reliably than a peer-to-peer network. Unlike peer-to-peer systems, a failure at a single point in a client/server network will not affect other computers on the network, as long as the server remains intact.
We go through the simple yet effective web development process to deliver you a quality output. You are our topmost priority and we listen to your words carefully. Then we analyze, brainstorm, make it better if required, develop, test, and then deliver the finished product. We are not done yet. You can expect the most hassle-free post-delivery support from us. Here is the process we follow-
You will come up with the requirements and our dedicated requirement analysis team will analyze it and knock you if they want to ask any question regarding the requirement. We won’t start the project unless we are fully clear about your asking.
We then develop a strategic plan to finish the project on time. Later, we make a prototype if required and show that to you for your approval.
Once everything is clear, our project manager kicks off the project with his/her dedicated development team.
After the developer finishes the project and do the beta testing, they pass the project to our quality assurance team. Our quality assurance team then performs the whole quality testing and acknowledge the developers if they find any bugs.
Once the project is fully QC passed, we deploy the project and ask for your test run. We will be fixing the issues that you might find during the test run without asking any questions whatsoever.
After the final deployment, meaning when we hand over the project after your test run and fixing the issues, we will back you up for another 1 week with 100% FREE of cost