Identify, Assess, Manage
Do you know every device on your network? Who controls them? What their intentions are? The ability to identify what’s on your wired and wireless networks and be able to control what they can and cannot do is now an expectation of the IT department. Laketec can help you design and deploy policy focused, role based, secure access to your network.
When an employee brings an iPad to work, they should be able to log into the corporate network, access their files, and do business just as they do on any other device (if that’s your policy). However, when a guest arrives, they should be presented with a different experience and limited access to your resources.
Do you gather any information from your guests before letting them on your network? Would you like to know who in your organization “sponsored” them rather than just give out unrestricted guest access via the same password? Are you providing guests and contractors the same experience whether they join your network on either a wired port or via wifi?
Laketec can help put a system in place that meets your security and usability requirements in a secure and manageable way.
Unilever standardizes on ClearPass globally
Hear how Unilever uses ClearPass globally for secure network access.
Pulse: Wired is the new worry.
In the past, network security discussions focused on the wireless network, but with many IoT devices connecting via wired, it’s time for the same level of attention to be given to the wired infrastructure.
We have found that customers in nearly every industry have found value in this solution set. Guest access is no longer about simply handing out a password to an SSID that’s on it’s own VLAN. It’s about giving a consistent and secure role based experience to your guests, contractors, customers, and employees.
We were educated on other areas that Laketec was proficient at. Wireless access was a critical need for our organization. We then entered into plans to have Aruba Access Points configured, and installed in our facilities. Further the requirements of NAFTA are stringent which caused us to look at our firewall configuration that needed shored up. As a result we turned to Laketec to design and implement a rock solid solution. As a result they implemented Palo Alto to give us what we wanted and needed. In short, Laketec has been a partner, not a vendor for Hexpol.
The Village of St. Edward
One of the projects Laketec has provided is a dependable and unified Nurse Call system. The Nurse Call system Laketec installed provides peace of mind for residents and staff knowing that no matter what the situation is, the system deployed can crea...
Laurel Lake Retirement Community
Laurel Lake has partnered with Laketec to design, deploy, and support a fiber cable network, edge switching, campus wide wireless, Status Solutions, and a phone system. Laketec is proud to consider Laurel Lake a signature account who has gone “All...
Hexpol is a shining example of the Laketec portfolio being brought to bear within one network. We have worked closely with their exiting IT staff to fully deploy an Avaya phone system including video capabilities, a secure wireless network, next gen...
Hartville Hardware has relied on Laketec to provide Communications systems since 2010. Branded products that Laketec designed, installed and supports are: Datel Call accounting, Avaya IP Office Telephone systems, Spectralink wireless handsets, HP swi...
Bedford City School District
Bedford Schools is a full service K-12 Educational facility that has state of the art learning labs, multiple paths to success and leading edge technology. Laketec was able to coordinate disparate brands of wireless access points into a functioning ...
South Euclid-Lyndhurst City School District
South Euclid-Lyndhurst was a great opportunity for Laketec and Avaya to demonstrate the full capabilities of shortest path bridging (SPB) combined with a Server Edition phone system deployed across a campus environment. The switch fabric has given t...