Connecting multiple local area networks together via virtual and physical connections. WANs can facilitate communication, the sharing of information and much more between devices locally and from around the world.

Advantages of Wide-Area Networks (WANs)

Centralizes IT infrastructure

Wide Area Networks eliminate the need to buy servers or emails for each office since these resources can be compiled into one main location that can be accessed by the whole company.

Boosts Privacy

WANs allow users to transmit and share sensitive data without sending it over the internet.  A WAN can also encrypt data before you send it, adding an additional layer of security.

Centralized Data

WANs allow the ability to share data throughout all the offices on the network through one server.  Enabling data to be synchronized in real time.

Cuts Costs

WANs can cut costs in a variety of different ways by simplifying operations, eliminating the need for ISDNs, and administrative costs.  They also allow an organization to monitor the activity of subordinates online and reduce your travel charge by easily communicating with other branches in the company.