All in Case Studies
One of our clients, Stokes Limited, has given us some interesting news. The IT team at Stokes discovered that an employee had been bringing a mobile device to work, logging onto Wi-Fi, and then downloading content from iTunes throughout the day. That activity virtually brought the network to a halt.
Warning! A single user can ruin your network performance!
Everyone is concerned about getting the most from their network but we are all familiar with issues that slow down connection speeds. Recently, we ran some tests on a standard ADSL connection, in Melbourne, Australia. The tests were run on 31 March 2016.
Things move quickly here at Sinefa. Only this afternoon, we received a call from a partner advising that one of their clients is suffering from “bill shock”. The mid-sized business has received a AU$20,000 monthly data bill from their internet service provider for one link with a 300 Gbps data allowance. He was shocked that the data allowance could be exceeded by so much and the service provider could not tell him where the data had been used.
An independent college that has 1,200 students is a major consumer of IT solutions and needs a well functioning network to support them. The college had experienced network problems and the network administrators wanted to understand how IT application performance was affected by network traffic, but lacked the tools to do so effectively.
A multinational plastic pipe manufacturer has recently migrated 3,000 users and 90 locations to the Azure Cloud and Office 365. Unfortunately, application performance problems were affecting the productivity of their workforce.
One of Sinefa’s MSP (Managed Service Provider) customers was recently asked by one of its new customers to help work out why their network was running slowly. The customer is an accounting practice that was experiencing slow applications and poor staff productivity.
A single BitTorrent session can destroy application performance for everyone in the office. It happens all the time and without knowing what traffic is on the network it's impossible to track down.
A co-educational college with 1,200 students was wanting to easily understand traffic on their network. They were looking for a user interface that is easy to use, which can tie information back to an application, user or website.
A debt collection agency with 450 staff in three locations were looking for an affordable option to oversee their network data. After installing Sinefa’s visibility solution they immediately found a source of a major performance problem.
A college with 1,200 students wanted to understand why network performance was poor.They were looking for a solution that could help them understand their network traffic.
Commvault is killing this network! It's sucking 200Mbps of the link, and check out the drop on Network Quality Score (NQS).
Now the CEO knows what they suspected! The snapshot below was provided to us by a Network Manager who was playing around with the new found visibility Sinefa has given him, and was asked to pass on a utilization report to his CEO