Fourth Generation Computer Services

Networking


Fourth Generation is experienced in the installation and configuration of a variety of computer networks ranging, from residential wireless local area networks to corporate multi-site infrastructures. We are able to provide ad-hoc systems to extend wireless home LANS and network multiple devices as well as standard LAN topologies for businesses.

We specialise in providing highly-reliable networks and therefore only recommend and supply top quality network devices, hardware and software.

Network security is paramount for homes and businesses alike and Fourth Generation can supply, install and configure a variety of security systems such as internet firewalls and antivirus software.

Another popular service we can configure is the provision of secure home access to company networks to allow clients to work from home. We can also take care of any arrangements required for home access to be achieved such as ADSL broadband setup.



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Cabling


Fourth Generation provides a range of cabling services, from individual pin soldering to complete installations in multi-storey modern buildings.

We can implement a range of solutions from one-off patch cables to complete data and telephone integrated systems. Fourth Generation can also carry out network connectivity testing to identify any problems in the infrastructure.

We have experience in cabling in listed buildings and implementing optical laser links between sites, requiring the arrangement of trees to be trimmed in Brentwood Cathedral cemetery to allow for a clear line-of-sight.

A recent project involved the installation of Category 5e cabling to provide satellite television during the World Cup for employees of a large Romford-based Mailroom, Document & Logistics Solutions company.

From bat occupied lofts to frog infested cellars, from working round precious books in libraries to the discovery of religious artifacts under floorboards, our cabling experience and expertise spans a wide range...

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