Internet service reaches for the stars through the cloud

Missing Link Communications is a networking specialist established in 1997. It builds both wide and local area networks for small and medium sized clients. It designed and implemented a WAN for Blackwell’s bookshops, for example, and at JJB Sports’ upgraded its infrastructure, implementing high-speed switches, application servers, firewalls, wireless warehousing and an email system.

Missing Link Communications is a networking specialist established in 1997. It builds both wide and local area networks for small and medium sized clients. It designed and implemented a WAN for Blackwell’s bookshops, for example, and at JJB Sports’ upgraded its infrastructure, implementing high-speed switches, application servers, firewalls, wireless warehousing and an email system.

Missing Link has a growing customer base and is implementing remote applications management. It is increasingly making use of the Internet in the corporate networks it builds for its customers and the Internet delivers benefits of cost and flexibility but there is a downside: it can be difficult to control the quality of the service that the Internet provides.

Read this case study to see the firm’s search for an ISP that could share its philosophy of delivering a high standard of service and that could also provide a view through the ‘cloud’.

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