Infrastructure Solutions

comp_img15CDM will guide your organization through the complexities of combining Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) infrastructure and business strategy requirements. Some of the areas of best practice expertise within Infrastructure Solutions include:

Voice & Data Communications – link to Business Phone Systems section

CDM Communications is a Premium Telstra Dealer for Fixed, Mobile and Mobile Data products and is one of the largest dealers of LG-Nortel telephone systems in Australia .

Internet & Information Security

CDM understands the importance of security to your organization. We’ll take you through a process of defining your assets and analyzing how your business would cope if services went down. We will then offer solutions, either procedural or technology based, to limit risk.

We split the security offerings into a number of subsets. Each of these areas, although unique in their own right, has the same central theme – Risk Management and mitigation:

  • Business Security Risk Assessment
  • Security Policy and Procedures
  • Content Security
  • Security Architecture Design
  • Intrusion Detection and Escalation
  • Vulnerability Assessments and Penetration Testing
  • Secure Remote Access

Enterprise Application Platforms (EAP)

All essential services need systems on which to run. CDM can recommend systems that are balanced with business goals; from simple file and print servers through to complex applications such as Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Web-based services.

Our EAP services have been designed to quickly and cost-effectively help our customers address the challenges of scaling for user loads. Other important aspects of EAP include the smooth migration of software and data to hardware, as well as installation, upgrades and continuing performance monitoring.

Storage Area Networking

Without adequate reliable storage your most critical asset, data itself, is at risk. Today’s fundamental solution to this problem is the Storage Area Network (SAN). A SAN is a highly scalable and available environment that provides a means to allow multiple servers to have direct access to common storage devices or a storage pool. In its simplest form, a SAN can also be viewed as an alternative network dedicated solely to storage resources.

A SAN quite simply enables disparate resources such as databases, ERP and CRM to be consolidated into a manageable network that can be administered as a whole rather than as separate systems. In addition to this, SANs provide an environment that allows organizations to build a scalable strategy for backup and managing heterogeneous environments.