About KBM Networks

We are a team of industry veterans, have been in the trenches, since the dawn of the Globalization and Cloud. We are designers, implementers, innovators, strategists, specialists, business developers, and communications experts. Beyond all, we are dedicated agents of changes & updates.

KBM Networks started with a small team of individuals with immense experience in specific domains. The platform that got them together was the ability to communicate with people and providing path-breaking personalized services.

KBM Networks Provides complete end to end IT Solutions & a one stop shop for the Network Infrastructure Design, Implementation & Maintenance for Small to Large Companies.

KBM Networks is a team of certified professional's.

Why KBM

KBM NETWORKS is an I.T. solutions provider based in Bangalore with a proven rich history of Post sale customer service & support for the all range of solution it provides and having a goal of “No Dissatisfied” customers. As a company is capable of handling the complete range of IT, Network and Power conditioning requirements of typical all segment of business (small, medium, & Large Enterprise businesses).

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Why KBM

KBM NETWORKS is an I.T. solutions provider based in Bangalore with a proven rich history of Post sale customer service & support for the all range of solution it provides and having a goal of “No Dissatisfied” customers. As a company is capable of handling the complete range of IT, Network and Power conditioning requirements of typical all segment of business (small, medium, & Large Enterprise businesses). Our clients and ongoing projects now incorporate work for both the private and public sector in a wide variety of professions and industries. In many cases these contracts we are involved in Supply of Systems to deployment of the entire infrastructure – like structured network cabling, deployment of active components, installation of servers, client machines, firewall equipment, power conditioning solutions in continuing to line-of-business software applications.

KBM NETWORKS aims to be a one stop solution provider of the complete range of I.T. services required by any businesses and to be able to provide a single point of contact and remove any doubts or overlaps of interest in trying to resolve a query for a customer.

  • Focused Business Area
  • System Integration
  • AMC and Facility Management
  • Consultancy in IT Infrastructure
  • Infrastructure cabling Solutions
  • Switching, Routing & Firewall Solutions
  • DATA Centre Build Soluti
  • Internal Bandwidth Solutions
  • Backup Solutions
  • Disaster Recovery, Solutions & Implementation
  • IT Services to leading Corporate, MNC, PSU, Educational & Government sectors

Solutions

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Active Solutions

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Passive Solutions

Structured cabling forms the complete wiring system for transmitting data, video and voice from a location to another. It is the base for information networks and acts as a platform for building the entire information system strategy.
Structured cabling has become the integral element for any industry. Few of the reasons:
  • -100% of company data travels across cables at some stage.
  • -Approximately 75% of network faults are cable related, due mostly to incorrect installation procedures.
  • -Cabling plays a critical part in the performance of the system. Under-investment can lead to poor IT performance (e.g. slow data transfer and other network failures).
  • -A standardized structured cabling system can reduce the overall cost of the network infrastructure.
  • -Cabling solutions are the only assets that come with a 25 year warranty.
  • -IP Convergence, video streaming and other multi-media applications are driving the need for a single high quality cabling solution, capable of supporting current and future applications.

Surveillance/CCTV Solutions

MONITORING SOLUTIONS

Monitoring is the phrase used to describe a system that continuously monitors a network and notifies a network administrator though messaging systems when a device fails or an outage occurs. Network monitoring is usually performed through the use of software applications and tools. At the most basic level, ping and snmp is a type of network monitoring tool. Other commercial software packages may include a network monitoring system that is designed to monitor an entire business or enterprise network. Some applications are used to monitor traffic on your network, such as VoIP monitoring, Server,video stream monitoring, mail server (POP3 server) monitoring, and others.

  • - Active Directory
  • - Application
  • - Desktop & Mobile
  • - Help Desk
  • - Network & Server
  • - IT Security

Services

A network service is an application running at the network application layer and above, that provides data storage, manipulation

Technologies

It is a primary goal for us to focus on our customers’ needs and that requires us to consider many technologies.

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Disaster Recovery

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Disaster Recovery

IT Disaster Recovery Plan

Businesses use information technology to quickly and effectively process information. Employees use electronic mail and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) telephone systems to communicate. Electronic data interchange (EDI) is used to transmit data including orders and payments from one company to another. Servers process information and store large amounts of data. Desktop computers, laptops and wireless devices are used by employees to create, process, manage and communicate information. What do you when your information technology stops working?

An information technology disaster recovery plan (IT DRP) should be developed in conjunction with the business continuity plan. Priorities and recovery time objectives for information technology should be developed during the business impact analysis. Technology recovery strategies should be developed to restore hardware, applications and data in time to meet the needs of the business recovery.

Businesses large and small create and manage large volumes of electronic information or data. Much of that data is important. Some data is vital to the survival and continued operation of the business. The impact of data loss or corruption from hardware failure, human error, hacking or malware could be significant. A plan for data backup and restoration of electronic information is essential.


Resources for Information Technology Disaster Recovery Planning

IT Recovery Strategies

Recovery strategies should be developed for Information technology (IT) systems, applications and data. This includes networks, servers, desktops, laptops, wireless devices, data and connectivity. Priorities for IT recovery should be consistent with the priorities for recovery of business functions and processes that were developed during the business impact analysis. IT resources required to support time-sensitive business functions and processes should also be identified. The recovery time for an IT resource should match the recovery time objective for the business function or process that depends on the IT resource.

Information technology systems require hardware, software, data and connectivity. Without one component of the “system,” the system may not run. Therefore, recovery strategies should be developed to anticipate the loss of one or more of the following system components:

  • Computer room environment (secure computer room with climate control, conditioned and backup power supply, etc.)
  • Hardware (networks, servers, desktop and laptop computers, wireless devices and peripherals)
  • Connectivity to a service provider (fiber, cable, wireless, etc.)
  • Software applications (electronic data interchange, electronic mail, enterprise resource management, office productivity, etc.)
  • Data and restoration

Some business applications cannot tolerate any downtime. They utilize dual data centers capable of handling all data processing needs, which run in parallel with data mirrored or synchronized between the two centers. This is a very expensive solution that only larger companies can afford. However, there are other solutions available for small to medium sized businesses with critical business applications and data to protect.



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Network Availability & Capacity Management

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Monitoring Solutions

Monitoring is the phrase used to describe a system that continuously monitors a network and notifies a network administrator though messaging systems when a device fails or an outage occurs. Network monitoring is usually performed through the use of software applications and tools. At the most basic level, ping and snmp is a type of network monitoring tool. Other commercial software packages may include a network monitoring system that is designed to monitor an entire business or enterprise network. Some applications are used to monitor traffic on your network, such as VoIP monitoring, Server,video stream monitoring, mail server (POP3 server) monitoring, and others.


  • Active Directory
  • Application
  • Desktop & Mobile
  • Help Desk
  • Network & Server
  • IT Security


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WAN & LAN Management

Routing

Routers can give your business a support for building an intelligent, self-defending network featuring world class security services and routing technologies.

  • Provides inherent manageability by using an integrated systems approach.
  • A multi-service solution optimizes services at branch locations to deliver the performance, scalability, availability and reliability you need
  • Comprises of integrated network router solutions that are secure, flexible and compatible with future technologies.
  • Helps wireless LAN solutions to avail advantages of using existing tools, information and resources of the wired solutions.

Wireless Solutions

Wireless networks are an essential and key element for mobile solution, allows maximizing productive time inside the organization.

  • Wireless networks allow real-time access to users, network resources and application across company offices, campuses and remote places using various devices..
  • Solution providers are identifying the needs and are providing innovative and latest wireless solutions.
  • Rich enterprise application experiences are becoming available to mobile workers on transportation systems or in restaurants or in cafes as high-speed networks and public zones are expanding.

Storage

Solution providers are identifying the needs and are providing innovative and latest wireless solutions. Rich enterprise application experiences are becoming available to mobile workers on transportation systems or in restaurants or in cafes as high-speed networks and public zones are expanding.

Security

Security management for networks is different for all kinds of situations. A home or small office may only require basic security while large businesses may require high-maintenance and advanced software and hardware to prevent malicious attacks from hacking and spamming. - GATEWAY PROTECTION - INTERNAL PROTECTION - REMOTE SITE PROTECTION - CENTRALIZED POLICY MANAGEMENT - UNIFIED THREAT MANAGEMENT APPLIANCE Unified threat Management delivers the convenience of all-in-one network protection by combining gateway anti-virus, anti-spyware intrusion prevention, content filtering, firmware updates and 24x7 support onto a high-performance deep packet inspection firewall, creating a powerful, single security solution. Even before new threats begin to spread, UTM solutions are automatically updated with signatures that stop attacks before they can enter the network, ensuring around-the-clock protection. UTM provides complete network security against threats including viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans and more, yet it is simple to install and manage

Unified Communication

Unified communications (UC) is the integration of real-time communication services. With unified communications, multiple modes of business communications are integrated. Unified communications is not a single product but a collection of elements that includes:

  • Call control and multimodal communications
  • Presence
  • Instant Messaging
  • Unified Messaging
  • Speech access and personal assistant
  • Conferencing (audio, Web and video)
  • Collaboration tools
  • Mobility
  • Business process integration (BPI)
  • Software to enable business process integration
  • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)

Video Conferencing

Videoconferencing (VC) is the conduct of a videoconference (also known as a video conference or video teleconference) by a set of telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to communicate by simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions. It has also been called 'visual collaboration' and is a type of groupware. Videoconferencing uses audio and video telecommunications to bring people at different sites together. This can be as simple as a conversation between people in private offices (point-to-point) or involve several (multipoint) sites in large rooms at multiple locations

Switches

As the business environments are becoming more complex, there are new challenges for networks to offer more and better services than before. Applications, and the network infrastructure of switches and routers that transport them, are crucial tools for enhancing user productivity and increasing an organization's ability to grow and remain competitive. Large and small organizations, educations institutions and government companies should optimize network switching to derive highest value from their existing infrastructures and take complete benefits of technological innovations such as wireless LANs and IP telephony.

Instead of investing on point switching products, organizations can use a systems approach of data switch and wireless switch equipment, to build integrated, secure, resilient networks that incorporate intelligence This would help them to effortlessly deploy new applications and communication systems that combine voice, video, and storage capabilities.

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Cloud Services - LAAS

DATA BACK UP:

Businesses generate large amounts of data and data files are changing throughout the workday. Data can be lost, corrupted, compromised or stolen through hardware failure, human error, hacking and malware. Loss or corruption of data could result in significant business disruption.

Data backup and recovery should be an integral part of the business continuity plan and information technology disaster recovery plan. Developing a data backup strategy begins with identifying what data to backup, selecting and implementing hardware and software backup procedures, scheduling and conducting backups and periodically validating that data has been accurately backed up.


What is IaaS?

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is one of the three fundamental service models of cloud computing alongside Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). As with all cloud computing services it provides access to computing resource in a virtualised environment, “the Cloud”, across a public connection, usually the internet. In the case of IaaS the computing resource provided is specifically that of virtualised hardware, in other words, computing infrastructure. The definition includes such offerings as virtual server space, network connections, bandwidth, IP addresses and load balancers. Physically, the pool of hardware resource is pulled from a multitude of servers and networks usually distributed across numerous data centers, all of which the cloud provider is responsible for maintaining. The client, on the other hand, is given access to the virtualised components in order to build their own IT platforms.

In common with the other two forms of cloud hosting, IaaS can be utilised by enterprise customers to create cost effective and easily scalable IT solutions where the complexities and expenses of managing the underlying hardware are outsourced to the cloud provider. If the scale of a business customer’s operations fluctuate, or they are looking to expand, they can tap into the cloud resource as and when they need it rather than purchase, install and integrate hardware themselves.


The following are salient examples of how IaaS can be utilised by enterprise:

  • Enterprise infrastructure;

    by internal business networks, such as private clouds and virtual local area networks, which utilise pooled server and networking resources and in which a business can store their data and run the applications they need to operate day-to-day. Expanding businesses can scale their infrastructure in accordance with their growth whilst private clouds (accessible only by the business itself) can protect the storage and transfer of the sensitive data that some businesses are required to handle.

  • Cloud hosting;

    the hosting of websites on virtual servers which are founded upon pooled resources from underlying physical servers. A website hosted in the cloud, for example, can benefit from the redundancy provided by a vast network of physical servers and on demand scalability to deal with unexpected demands placed on the website.

  • Virtual Data Centers (VDC);

    a virtualised network of interconnected virtual servers which can be used to offer enhanced cloud hosting capabilities, enterprise IT infrastructure or to integrate all of these operations within either a private or public cloud implementation.

A typical Infrastructure as a Service offering can deliver the following features and benefits:

  • Scalability;

    resource is available as and when the client needs it and, therefore, there are no delays in expanding capacity or the wastage of unused capacity
  • No investment in hardware;

    the underlying physical hardware that supports an IaaS service is set up and maintained by the cloud provider, saving the time and cost of doing so on the client side
  • Utility style costing;

    the service can be accessed on demand and the client only pays for the resource that they actually use
  • Location independence;

    the service can usually be accessed from any location as long as there is an internet connection and the security protocol of the cloud allows it
  • Physical security of data centre locations;

    services available through a public cloud, or private clouds hosted externally with the cloud provider, benefit from the physical security afforded to the servers which are hosted within a data centre
  • No single point of failure;

    if one server or network switch, for example, were to fail, the broader service would be unaffected due to the remaining multitude of hardware resources and redundancy configurations. For many services if one entire data center were to go offline, nevermind one server, the IaaS service could still run successfully.
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Routing

Routers can give your business a support for building an intelligent, self-defending network featuring world class security services and routing technologies.

  • Provides inherent manageability by using an integrated systems approach.
  • A multi-service solution optimizes services at branch locations to deliver the performance, scalability, availability and reliability you need
  • Comprises of integrated network router solutions that are secure, flexible and compatible with future technologies.
  • Helps wireless LAN solutions to avail advantages of using existing tools, information and resources of the wired solutions.

Wireless Solutions

Wireless networks are an essential and key element for mobile solution, allows maximizing productive time inside the organization.

  • Wireless networks allow real-time access to users, network resources and application across company offices, campuses and remote places using various devices..
  • Solution providers are identifying the needs and are providing innovative and latest wireless solutions.
  • Rich enterprise application experiences are becoming available to mobile workers on transportation systems or in restaurants or in cafes as high-speed networks and public zones are expanding.

Storage

Solution providers are identifying the needs and are providing innovative and latest wireless solutions. Rich enterprise application experiences are becoming available to mobile workers on transportation systems or in restaurants or in cafes as high-speed networks and public zones are expanding.

Security

Security management for networks is different for all kinds of situations. A home or small office may only require basic security while large businesses may require high-maintenance and advanced software and hardware to prevent malicious attacks from hacking and spamming. - GATEWAY PROTECTION - INTERNAL PROTECTION - REMOTE SITE PROTECTION - CENTRALIZED POLICY MANAGEMENT - UNIFIED THREAT MANAGEMENT APPLIANCE Unified threat Management delivers the convenience of all-in-one network protection by combining gateway anti-virus, anti-spyware intrusion prevention, content filtering, firmware updates and 24x7 support onto a high-performance deep packet inspection firewall, creating a powerful, single security solution. Even before new threats begin to spread, UTM solutions are automatically updated with signatures that stop attacks before they can enter the network, ensuring around-the-clock protection. UTM provides complete network security against threats including viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans and more, yet it is simple to install and manage

Unified Communication

Unified communications (UC) is the integration of real-time communication services. With unified communications, multiple modes of business communications are integrated. Unified communications is not a single product but a collection of elements that includes:

  • Call control and multimodal communications
  • Presence
  • Instant Messaging
  • Unified Messaging
  • Speech access and personal assistant
  • Conferencing (audio, Web and video)
  • Collaboration tools
  • Mobility
  • Business process integration (BPI)
  • Software to enable business process integration
  • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)

Video Conferencing

Videoconferencing (VC) is the conduct of a videoconference (also known as a video conference or video teleconference) by a set of telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to communicate by simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions. It has also been called 'visual collaboration' and is a type of groupware. Videoconferencing uses audio and video telecommunications to bring people at different sites together. This can be as simple as a conversation between people in private offices (point-to-point) or involve several (multipoint) sites in large rooms at multiple locations

Switches

As the business environments are becoming more complex, there are new challenges for networks to offer more and better services than before. Applications, and the network infrastructure of switches and routers that transport them, are crucial tools for enhancing user productivity and increasing an organization's ability to grow and remain competitive. Large and small organizations, educations institutions and government companies should optimize network switching to derive highest value from their existing infrastructures and take complete benefits of technological innovations such as wireless LANs and IP telephony.

Instead of investing on point switching products, organizations can use a systems approach of data switch and wireless switch equipment, to build integrated, secure, resilient networks that incorporate intelligence This would help them to effortlessly deploy new applications and communication systems that combine voice, video, and storage capabilities.

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Unified Computing

Routing

Routers can give your business a support for building an intelligent, self-defending network featuring world class security services and routing technologies.

  • Provides inherent manageability by using an integrated systems approach.
  • A multi-service solution optimizes services at branch locations to deliver the performance, scalability, availability and reliability you need
  • Comprises of integrated network router solutions that are secure, flexible and compatible with future technologies.
  • Helps wireless LAN solutions to avail advantages of using existing tools, information and resources of the wired solutions.

Wireless Solutions

Wireless networks are an essential and key element for mobile solution, allows maximizing productive time inside the organization.

  • Wireless networks allow real-time access to users, network resources and application across company offices, campuses and remote places using various devices..
  • Solution providers are identifying the needs and are providing innovative and latest wireless solutions.
  • Rich enterprise application experiences are becoming available to mobile workers on transportation systems or in restaurants or in cafes as high-speed networks and public zones are expanding.

Storage

Solution providers are identifying the needs and are providing innovative and latest wireless solutions. Rich enterprise application experiences are becoming available to mobile workers on transportation systems or in restaurants or in cafes as high-speed networks and public zones are expanding.

Security

Security management for networks is different for all kinds of situations. A home or small office may only require basic security while large businesses may require high-maintenance and advanced software and hardware to prevent malicious attacks from hacking and spamming. - GATEWAY PROTECTION - INTERNAL PROTECTION - REMOTE SITE PROTECTION - CENTRALIZED POLICY MANAGEMENT - UNIFIED THREAT MANAGEMENT APPLIANCE Unified threat Management delivers the convenience of all-in-one network protection by combining gateway anti-virus, anti-spyware intrusion prevention, content filtering, firmware updates and 24x7 support onto a high-performance deep packet inspection firewall, creating a powerful, single security solution. Even before new threats begin to spread, UTM solutions are automatically updated with signatures that stop attacks before they can enter the network, ensuring around-the-clock protection. UTM provides complete network security against threats including viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans and more, yet it is simple to install and manage

Unified Communication

Unified communications (UC) is the integration of real-time communication services. With unified communications, multiple modes of business communications are integrated. Unified communications is not a single product but a collection of elements that includes:

  • Call control and multimodal communications
  • Presence
  • Instant Messaging
  • Unified Messaging
  • Speech access and personal assistant
  • Conferencing (audio, Web and video)
  • Collaboration tools
  • Mobility
  • Business process integration (BPI)
  • Software to enable business process integration
  • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)

Video Conferencing

Videoconferencing (VC) is the conduct of a videoconference (also known as a video conference or video teleconference) by a set of telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to communicate by simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions. It has also been called 'visual collaboration' and is a type of groupware. Videoconferencing uses audio and video telecommunications to bring people at different sites together. This can be as simple as a conversation between people in private offices (point-to-point) or involve several (multipoint) sites in large rooms at multiple locations

Switches

As the business environments are becoming more complex, there are new challenges for networks to offer more and better services than before. Applications, and the network infrastructure of switches and routers that transport them, are crucial tools for enhancing user productivity and increasing an organization's ability to grow and remain competitive. Large and small organizations, educations institutions and government companies should optimize network switching to derive highest value from their existing infrastructures and take complete benefits of technological innovations such as wireless LANs and IP telephony.

Instead of investing on point switching products, organizations can use a systems approach of data switch and wireless switch equipment, to build integrated, secure, resilient networks that incorporate intelligence This would help them to effortlessly deploy new applications and communication systems that combine voice, video, and storage capabilities.

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