You don't have to spend too much on application development for contemporary features. We provide zero-code solutions to web-enable your legacy Windows applications; instantly creating a seamless access to your existing Windows applications from any browser on any device, including PCs, Macs, smartphones and tablets.
Alternatively, we can create "Remote-Apps" based on the RDP protocol for any application installed on your computer. You can then distribute copies of your small-sized (4kb) RDP (or compiled exe) files to your remote clients.
Remote-Apps create behind-the-scene RDP sessions to your Terminal Server to run multiple instances of your locally installed applications and render display at the remote locations. This protocol is not resource-intensive and is powered by Thinstuff XP/VS TERMINAL SERVER application.
Take advantage of Hosted Voice over IP (Hosted SIP-VoIP) solution instead of spending on in-house PBX and SIP trunks. At a modest monthly subscription rate, this solution allows generic device registration, enabling the use of a cornucopia of hardware and software telephony devices.
Also, Silent-barging as an audio monitoring technique is supported for quality control purposes.
Users only need phone configuration/registration information to use phone anywhere there is provision for Internet connection.
This VoIP system has been tested and works very well for most call-centers.
Research-Survey Questionnaire Programming Services: We provide questionnaire programming services for Qualtrics and other specialized survey platforms.
We also provide the API that would integrate any CATI (Computer Assisted Telephone Interview) system with any ONLINE survey system to create a seamless integrated Mixed-Mode feature for research data collection.
Mixed-Mode surveys (Hybrid) enables users to reach demographics in the mode which is most convenient for them (PHONE or ONLINE). This boosts survey outcome rates and faster study completion rates.
We will manage your LAN, WAN, SUBNETS, SUPERNET, and Microsoft 365 Cloud-based Services like Teams, Azure-AD, Exchange, Advanced Security/ Compliance. We will sync your on-premises Active Directory with Azure-AD using Azure Ad-Connect Sync Server Services
Subnets: We break your network further into subnets to reduce the size of your collision domain. This streamlines network communication
Supernets: We *combine adjacent network addresses that sit within binary boundaries*. We use this technique to combine network bits of neighboring networks, using them to create single larger contiguous address space for host addressing.
This technique is IP Address class-independent. So, different network classes can be combined.
Supernetting alleviates IP Address limitations in the different IP Address classes. Also applied in Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR), Supernetting is a way to more flexibly allocate Internet Protocol (IP) addresses by creating unique and more granular identifiers for networks and individual devices. The objective of CIDR was to address scalability issues with classful IP addresses which are based on three classes – Class A, Class B, and Class C.
It is the addressing capacity of each IP address class that creates scalability issues. Class A capacity is 16,581,375 IP addresses; Class B is 65,536 IP addresses; and Class C is 256 IP addresses. Using classful addressing led to inefficiencies in address use and routing, because of the rigid limitations of the classes (e.g., if 300 addresses were needed, Class B would be required leaving 16,281 unused). CIDR allows IP addresses to be variable and not bound by the size limitations of Classes A, B, and C. Since it is not bound by Class.
CIDR can organize IP addresses into subnetworks independent of the value of the addresses themselves. This is referred to as Supernetting because CIDR effectively allows the aggregation of multiple subnets into a Supernet for network routing.
With this alternative to traditional subnetting, it is possible to specify the number of significant bits that make up the routing or networking portion by adding this to the IP address. This not only reduces wasted address space but also provides a flexible way to specify network addresses in routers significantly reducing the size of he routing table.
Classless IP addresses, enabled by CIDR, are required when creating a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) that is logically isolated from other virtual networks. When creating a VPC, a range of IPv4 addresses must be specified in the form of a CIDR.