We are firmly in the modern era of intelligent networking, modernising connectivity for the cloud, secure mobility and IoT. Using data from network analytics, this technology can be used to power business decisions rather than simply connecting things. Here at Always Networks we can help you gain visibility, centralise control and modernise your network.
Modern workforces are increasingly mobile, and the traditional business perimeter is blurred. Remote access, publicly available services and personal device use for work have driven a need to access business applications remotely, and the Zero Trust model ensures this is successful whilst maintaining security standards.
What our customers say about us
See below for some testimonials from some of our customers
Simon FarebrotherFinancial Adviser
I spent just one morning with Nick and took on insights and tips that I could implement immediately with my business. It is undoubtedly going to not only help my operations function much much smoother, but also help my client facing procedures reach the next level of professionalism. Thanks to Nick and Always Networks. Looking forward to working with you again very soon.
David WhiteSecurity Manager
Nick is a very professional person to work with. He is a Network Specialist who has a very broad range of knowledge covering all aspects of IT services.
Chandeep SinghChief Technical Officer
One of the best technical consultants with an innovative way of thinking.
Jim WhiteNetwork Security Engineer
Nick has a great technical background and up to date skills. He really rolled his sleeves up and got stuck in to the work, doing all that was necessary plus contributing great ideas of his own. Nick got up to speed straight away and immediately made valuable contributions to the team. What's more, he's a good bloke. I would have no reservations in recommending Nick for a wide range of IT roles, especially related to data networks, VMware and scripting.
James CliffordSolutions Expert
Nick is a highly technical network specialist. He works well in a team as well as on his own. He always goes that extra mile to ensure that he captures all the low level requirements for tight deadlines or long haul projects. His work is always well thought out and he can explain the technical requirements to all levels.
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TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 Retirement Date Set TLS stands for Transport Layer Security. It is the successor to SSL and is a security protocol used by HTTPS. TLS 1.2 and TLS 1.3 are now widely available and offer security enhancements. TLS 1.0 in particular should not be used anymore due to two widely known