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What Are We All About?

We deliver best-in-class telecom, cloud, IT and business continuity solutions that help organizations boost productivity, grow revenue and drive business value.

With well over 200+ renowned providers in our portfolio coupled with CompuNet’s reputation for technical expertise; you have access to a seasoned team who can help drive solutions carrying your business into the next generation.

We Offer:

Customer Focused

Truly agnostic approach with customer best interest - recommendations and pricing.

Tech Support

Our advanced technical staff is readily available for your needs.

Right Fit for You

CompuNet provides multiple options to find the right fit for your needs.

Design Goals

We deliver technology solutions that are considerate of current & future state goals.

Save Time & Money

Let our team do the heavy lifting so your team can remain focused on your business.

Best-In-Class

We deliver best-in-class Telecom, Cloud, IT and Business Continuity Solutions.

 

Backup as a Service (BaaS)

Backup as a Service (BaaS) is an approach to backing up data that involves purchasing backup and recovery services from an online data backup provider. Instead of performing backup with a centralized, on-premises IT department, BaaS connects systems to a private, public or hybrid cloud managed by the outside provider.

Reliable backup is one of the foundations of availability.  When things go wrong, data can be lost.  The more data that is lost, the greater the potential business impact. Part of getting back up and running quickly is being able to restore operations to where they were before the problem started.  Sometimes, however, problems are not limited to a single occurrence.  Compounding of problems can put your backups at risk as well.  Companies who have learned this lesson the hard way commonly employ the 3-2-1-0 rule.

3: Maintain at least three copies of your data and applications.

2: infrastructure failure.  By utilizing different media, you can reduce your exposure to the same incident preventing access to both of your backups.

1: Keep one of the backups in a different location.

0: Verify your recovery plan has zero errors. It is not uncommon for organizations to implement a reasonable recovery plan but fail to confirm that it performs as required. 

Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery as a Service (BC/DRaaS)

Business Continuity (BC) is synonymous with Disaster Recovery. Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is a cloud computing and backup service model that uses cloud resources to protect applications and data from disruption caused by disaster. It gives an organization a total system backup that allows for business continuity in the event of system failure.

Cloud Desktops

Remote Workforce/Business continuity:

Without a dependence on hardware, you can stay up and running in the event of a natural disaster or any other unforeseen event. All employees and contractors can access their applications, desktops, and data from anywhere, keeping them productive, no matter where they work.

Any-Any-Any:

Accessible from any device, any time, from anywhere.

Security:

Secure access point for users and simplifies desktop and app management processes and procedures. Secure single sign-on (MFA,X.509, AES); enhanced with Zero Trust & CAuth, reliability, regulatory compliance and workforce flexibility.

Scalability:

Rapidly deploy, scale up and down depending on your business needs, whether that’s M&A, staffing temporary workers during peak seasons, managing contractors (developers), or deploying branch offices. In some cases, minutes to deploy.

Cost Control:

Pay for only what you use through monthly or yearly subscription models. Plus reduce capital expenses and enjoy more predictable operational expenses.

24x7x365 Support:

Global, around-the-clock support.

 

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Managed Security Services (MSS)

The frequency and severity of security threats are growing and the number of endpoints needing to be controlled is rising. Budgets are shrinking and in-house security resources are at a premium.

Managed Security Services help you protect against advanced threats, diminish your attack surface, identify new risks, and respond to and recover from incidents.

- Cybersecurity & Risk

- Data Protection Consulting

- Proactive Threat Hunting

- Security Testing Services

- Managed Application Control

- Managed Detection & Response

- Managed Web Application Firewall

- Security Technology Management

- Database Protection

- Digital Forensics and Incident Response

- Cybersecurity Awareness Training

- Tactical Training Programs

- 24x7x365 Support: Global, around-the-clock support.

 

Network

CompuNet’s advantage over Local Exchange Carriers (LEC) and Regional providers is that we are not limited by network reach and product offerings. Traditionally, if you have locations that are outside of a single carrier’s footprint or service type, these providers must rely on other carriers to service these sites.  Service to these locations often end up much more expensive and can only be delivered with limited management capabilities, service type and drive up the costs of “overall bids”.  With access to well over 300 providers, CompuNet can offer the best provider and most cost-effective solutions for customers not limited by a footprint of our own.

Transport

Types of services offered:

- Broadband Coax, DSL, Asymmetrical Ethernet, Dedicated Internet, GPON, ABF, FIoS, T1, FastE, GigE,  MPLS, PTP, VPN, Dark Fiber,  Fixed Wireless,  VPLS.

SD-WAN

Traditional WANs were not built for the cloud. Today’s enterprises have a variety of applications hosted in environments such as datacenters, on-premise, public or private clouds and other SaaS solutions. Organizations of every size need to leverage their transport services in order to:

- Securely connect their users (remote or not) to applications.

- Improve network performance.

- Accelerate application performance by    combining multiple physical WAN links into  one logical network and providing traffic  prioritization. Using SDWANs network  intelligence, improve customer experience  and end user application performance. By  leveraging inexpensive, dual commodity  internet services you can address growing  bandwidth requirements, reduce telecom  spend and increase network reliability.

CompuNet has flexibility in offering several, best in class, SDWAN providers and consumption models. Our technology experts will assist in determining which provider and model best fits your needs.

Carrier Aggregation

Single, Flat SLA across all types of service:

Broadband Coax, DSL, Asymmetrical Ethernet, Dedicated Internet,  T1, FastE, GigE, MPLS,  PTP,  VPN , Dark fiber, Fixed Wireless, VPLS.

SD-WAN (As a Service):

Make your applications dance. Include SD-WAN from top providers Velocloud, Meraki, Cloudgenix, Viptela in monthly recurring costs. Flexible Managed, Un-managed options with implementation and training included.

Billing:

One bill for all services, no more managing sometimes 100’s of different types of providers across various technologies. Flexible way to bill (by location, summary with parent child accounts, etc.).

Single NOC to Call (Multi Locations):

For all providers under the Aggregator agreement. One place to call no matter who the underlying carrier is. In some cases, all NOC staff are certified, they handle ticket end to end as opposed to legacy carrier who hand off too many people.

Proactive NOC:

Monitoring and alerting proactively (versus legacy style, customers call wait in queue to open ticket or submit online and wait).

True Project Management during implementation.

No more sites spread over many different contacts. All sites centralized with one POC during implementation. Live updates posted in (example smartsheets) customer portal to see how things are progressing during the project.

True Project Management:

No more sites spread over many different contacts. All sites centralized with one POC during implementation. Live updates posted in (example smartsheets) customer portal to see how things are progressing during the project.

Menu Style Pricing:

True visibility into all possible services for any one location, allows customer to customize what types of services they will need for each location and keep within budget target.

Post Implementation Account Management:

Adds, Moves, Changes and Billing Questions.

 

 

Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS)

Unified Communications as a Service, UCaaS, is the delivery of communications and collaboration applications and services through a third-party provider over an IP network, usually the public Internet.

Stay ahead of the competition with Voice, HD Video, Document Sharing, Chat, SMS and more.

A simple user experience that drives cost savings, better informed decision making, more efficient operations, improved customer and end user experience.

Remote Workforce/Business continuity: Without a dependence on hardware, you can stay up and running in the event of a natural disaster or any other unforeseen event. All employees and contractors can access from anywhere, keeping them productive, no matter where they work.

Any-Any-Any: Accessible from almost any device, anytime, anywhere.

Security: Secure access for users. Reliability, regulatory compliance and workforce flexibility.

Scalability: Rapidly deploy, scale up and down depending on your business needs. In some cases, minutes to deploy.

Cost Control: Pay for only what you use through monthly or yearly, flexible user subscription models. Plus reduce capital expenses and enjoy more predictable operational expenses.

24x7x365 Support: Global, around-the-clock support.

Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS)

Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) is a cloud-based customer experience solution that allows organizations to leverage a contact center provider’s software. CCaaS (a SaaS-based model) enables businesses to only implement the features they need as well as to remain agile in scaling up or down, based on business needs.

Businesses that implement CCaaS solutions see benefits such as availability to the user across all touchpoints, record/review calls for quality and/or training purposes, reduced IT headcount and seamless interdepartmental access for customers.

Remote Workforce/Business continuity: Stay up and running in the event of a natural disaster or any other unforeseen event. All employees and contractors can access from anywhere, keeping them productive, no matter where they work.

Any-Any-Any: Accessible from almost any device, anytime, anywhere.

Security: Secure access for users. Reliability, regulatory compliance and workforce flexibility.

CRM and SaaS Integrations: Salesforce, EPIC and even some custom CRM integrations available

Telehealth/Telemedicine

Scalability: Scale up and down depending on your business needs.

Cost Control: Pay for only what you use through monthly or yearly subscription models. Plus reduce capital expenses and enjoy more predictable operational expenses.

24x7x365 Support: Global, around-the-clock support.

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)

The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a signaling protocol used for initiating, maintaining, and terminating real-time sessions that include voice, video and messaging applications. With the increase in modern day internet reliability, many legacy carriers announcing deprecation of traditional PRI services, Over the top (OTT) SIP service has become an increasingly attractive way to:

- Manage entire voice portfolio from single portal.

- Have redundancy, with fail over capabilities.

- Save money.

- Quickly add services without long legacy MACD process.

- Monitor performance.

- Deploy in days versus traditional Legacy carrier who can take months.

 

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Let us help keep you and your team focused on business operations while we take care of:

Making direct contact with several different providers.

Assembling data points, translate sales and marketing to useful information.

Handling inevitable volume of calls and emails asking if you are ready to purchase.

Determining contract language that benefits the provider, not the customer.

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About Compunet

CompuNet was founded in Grangeville, Idaho and now operates in the Western United States and headquartered in Boise, Idaho. We strive to understand our clients’ business needs, engineer IT solutions that precisely fit those needs, and deploy those solutions on time and on budget.  We architect technology solutions that help companies solve their business problems.

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