07 Apr

Fully-Managed WAN Upgrade

Maddocks legal services have extended their relationship with Comscentre with the recent sign-off to an extensive network upgrade, spanning their Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra locations.

The project combines a fully-managed WAN upgrade and significant IT enhancements, with Comscentre successfully again partnering with IT consultancy firm Thomas Dureya Logicalis.

The IT and communications environment has been structured with improvements to facilitate greater mobility for the workforce and heightened collaboration between teams to increase productivity. At the same time, the new network comprises of dark fibre services, traditional fibre and ethernet options, giving Maddocks diversity with their last mile coverage and no single point of failure on any of the data services.

It is a rewarding result and the outcome of effective, deliberate engagement between the three organisations each performing to exceptional standards in their respective industries.

Read more about the project and the close collaboration here:
https://www.crn.com.au/news/thomas-duryea-logicalis-brings-it-to-order-for-law-firm-maddocks-457266

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02 Nov

Cloud Managed Security Cameras

The MV family brings Meraki magic to the video security world. Impossibly simple to deploy, configure, and manage, both the MV21 and MV71 provide reliable security at any scale.

Stream local, stream remote. View customisable video walls from anywhere in the world using the Meraki dashboard in a web browser.

By utilising industrial grade, high write endurance solid state storage on each camera, the MV family has removed the NVR from the equation.

Read more on the Cisco Meraki website.

As a Cisco Meraki partner, Comscentre can provide you with this solution and supporting managed services. Contact us today.

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03 Sep

Comscentre Comets raise money for Diabetes Queensland

A team of enthusiastic staff from the Brisbane office recently challenged themselves by running the Bridge to Brisbane to raise money for Diabetes Queensland. The team now referred to as the Comscentre Comets, raised almost $2,000 from their friends, family and co-workers. The day was a success, with some completing the race with new personal bests and everyone finishing the 10kms. The race started at the southern side of the Eastern Sir Leo Hielscher Bridge, and the route took the team along Kingsford Smith Drive and the Inner City Bypass, towards the city, to finish up at the Ekka showgrounds in Bowen Hills.

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