Network Solutions

Customized Network Infrastructure


A well-designed and properly built network is a critical piece of your business. Whether you plan to build a new network, or want to upgrade an existing one, rely on Parkinson Systems to design, implement and support cloud-based, local-area and wide-area networks for your business.

During our consultative process, the guiding factor is simple: What do you want to accomplish as a business? We provide a network assessment to look at the applications that are mission critical to your business’ success, and focus on the technology you need to keep your data accessible and protected. Once we uncover how you want to use the systems, we will align the right solution to your business.

Our strategic approach will help to mitigate the risks associated with changing or upgrading technology, and will educate and guide your employees throughout the entire process.

Network Integration Services

We offer both cloud and on premise solutions to securely manage, store and protect your information. In addition, our hybrid solutions, which combine on premise solutions and cloud networks, offer the benefits of multiple deployment models.

Cost-effective technology is a top priority for a business of any size. Virtualization and cloud-based network solutions are now affordable, allowing small- and medium- sized businesses to take advantage of enterprise-level technology they previously could not afford. Virtualization dramatically reduces hardware acquisition and maintenance costs, allowing IT to rapidly adjust to changing and growing business needs. And, the cloud is an effective way to gain competitive advantage while shifting significant expenses to a predictable, monthly cost.


Areas of Services Include:

  • Network Audits and Security Testing
  • Network Designs and Implementations
  • Network Migrations and Upgrades
  • Communication Solutions
  • WAN Design and Installations
  • Fault Tolerance/High Availability Design
  • Bandwidth Analysis
  • Network Maintenance Contracts
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