UK: +44 191-300-2247
USA: +1 315-503-6247
UK: +44 1913002247
USA: +1 315-503-6247
IP Global helps companies get rid of the unwanted IT assets in a step by step and more reliable process.
IP Global make sure that hardware disposal carries out in a highly secure manner. This means providing industry-approved data destruction services, complete tracking of assets, utilizing highly secure facilities and so on.
IP Global comply with the regulatory guidelines GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
IP Global provide full documentation of the services they are carrying out. This include certificates of destruction for each asset – verifying that the item has been wiped, destroyed or recycled in a method agreed upon in contract.
IPG dominate in cloud migration marketplace. We as an IPG analyze i) “What to Migrate” ii) “How to migrate” and iii) “Where to migrate”. We validate current state and inventory of migration. Gain a 360-degree view of infrastructure, application, and their relationship. We integrate between Single and Multi-Cloud environment as per the need and customer’s demand i.e., migrating entire application at once OR migrate component by component OR Service by Service keeping their dependency load in view.
IPG’s gauge his migration by Establishing Performance Baselines that ultimately leads to Customer Satisfaction. KPI’s in the Performance Baseline involves i) User Experience, ii) Infrastructure Performance, iii) Application / Component Performance and iv) Business Process Engagement to complete the cloud migration.
We follow “Data Migration Best Practices” that draws Cloud Governance Plan under the umbrella of Enterprise Governance Framework (EGF):
IP Global has established its footprints in the Wi-Fi Diagnostics Solution for its valued customers.
Wireless Survey Methodology:
A predictive survey should be performed before any equipment or furniture moved into a new space. It relies on a software package designed to predict how wireless signals propagate through empty space. The input is a detailed set of blueprints and information on the type of wireless equipment proposed, such as which Wi-Fi standard will be used in the area.
The goal of a predictive site survey is to determine where to place access points (APs) for the best performance in allocated area. Virtual APs are placed on the blueprint, and the software determines signal strength based on information about how signals propagate through walls and around cabinets and desks. The types of applications that will be used in the area should also be a factor — e.g., heavy video use requires high throughput, while VoIP calls don’t require high throughput, but do require tight limits on latency. Skipping the predictive survey will result in guessing about the number of APs needed and where to place them. Despite general rules that dictate the number of APs needed for each increment of floor space, they don’t account for application performance requirements.
Check List for Predictive surveys
– Ekahau Pro
– Site Details – Floor Plan with Legends
– Can be performed Remotely
2. Passive surveys collect information about all the signals in the environment after the site is built.
Passive surveys should be performed periodically after the site is built, equipment is installed, and the network is in active use. The goal of a passive survey is to report on all signals at each location, including the installed network and signals from neighbouring sites or other devices that generate noise at wireless frequencies. These surveys report information on APs and their characteristics, signal strength, signal-to-noise ratios, and interference and may reveal a marginal performance change before users notice it.
Check List for Passive surveys/AP on Stick
– Ekahau Sidekick
– Tripod for AP
– Engineer on Site
– Autonomous mode Access Point
– Site Details – Floor Plan with Legends.
– Site readiness check – Utility power availability, Access to all areas, Free of metallic material.
– Can be performed only on Site
3. Active surveys focus on a specific signal or set of signals while the network is in full operation. Active surveys focus on a specific signal or set of specific signals and produce an extensive list of measurements for each AP that generates a studied signal. These measurements include signal strength, throughput, round-trip time, packet loss and retransmission rate throughout the area where the signal is used. Active site surveys also measure upstream and downstream data rates and may result in moving an AP or adding or removing an unneeded AP. Active surveys should be performed when investigating performance problems.
Check List for Active surveys
– Access Point- Full operation Network.
Managed Service Desk
IP Global NOC/SOC team will be engaged to manage and monitor the services from back-end, keep the services up and running, engage the relevant engineer for on-site support to keep operations running, reports will be shared on monthly basis.
Remote Monitoring and Resolution Solution:
On-Site FE Engagement:
Supported Service Desk
IP Global OPS team will be engaged to manage the IT Service Desk requests. Engage the relevant engineer to fulfil the task and share the SVR report by the end of the service completion.
Back-End Operations and Support team to shadow the task and client engagement and reporting:
Field Engineer On-Site Engagement:
It’s been 18 months since IPG is taking pride to handle BT Visa project with utmost responsibility and success. PPT engaged IPG for a technology upgrade to BT’s customer Visa where IPG successfully completed hardware refresh, installing HP Gen10 servers, Cisco 1921 series routers and Cisco 2960 series switches in almost 80 plus countries covering Asia, Australia, Europe, South America, North America regions. This project demanded not also high level networking skills but it required ensuring end-to-end data security as well.
Following were the critical factors which led this project to success,
IPG has provided absolute skilled and highly qualified engineers who provided BT Visa a seamless onsite support and upgraded their infrastructure. Our teams of experts have a comprehensive understanding of service delivery and are well equipped
Background Verified Engineers (BGV)
Conducting background checks to avoid any form of internal data security breach is not only essential for the sake of legal compliance but it is also a necessary measure to protect your customers’ privacy The core purpose of background checks is that it acts as a pre-emptive measure to ensure the safety of client and its employees. We are providing engineers to BT Visa with clear background checks worldwide.
ITAD (IT Assets Disposition):
Data security was a top priority of our client and they were seeking data secure and environmentally compliant program to manage potential risks associated with disposal of obsolete equipment. We become trusted partner of BT Visa by providing them cheapest and easy ITAD solutions and submitting them certificate of destruction that their equipment has been disposed of as per each country’s environmental laws.
We provided packaging, moving and storage services to client with 100% reliability and assurance of safety of decommissioned equipment, following are the key responsibilities provided by us.
Introduction and Overview:
IP Global helps businesses build and maintain high-performing Wi-Fi networks. Businesses of every size. Including the world’s biggest brands and events, use the software and hardware products to design, validate, optimize and troubleshoot their Wi-Fi.
Ekahau Site Survey (ESS) is an easy-to-use design, verification, and troubleshooting tool for Wi-Fi networks. It has been developed for all wireless engineers, from systems integrators to IT administrators. It runs on laptops and tablets running Windows (including Mac using Bootcamp).
The purpose of a wireless site survey is to look at the feasibility of each individual wireless link to provide seamless connectivity for networked video using a mesh network, Wi-Fi, cellular, or point-to-point high-bandwidth wireless backhaul.
University in Dubai, UAE are upgrading their existing access points and other signal sources for signal strength, interference, and access point (AP) coverage in Dubai. An Access Point (AP) on stick Ekahau Site Survey is needed to be performed for upgrading existing wireless networks such as adding additional APs. The University is looking for optimal wireless coverage and performance with the minimal use of equipment.
IP Global, in collaboration with its service partner, is in charge of carrying out the Ekahau site survey at several locations.
IP Global has given the client on-site engineering assistance to enable the technology update and project coordinator resources to orchestrate the delivery of the solution; IP-Global, as the service provider, has successfully completed this project.
In the event of unforeseen absences, IPG has undertaken its best commercial efforts. The backfill or substitute engineers must fulfill the same skill set standards as the Service Partner. IPG provides technicians with Background Verification checks in order to comply with local hiring rules.
The project has 4 planned stages
Stage-1: Ground Walk
Stage-2: Access Point (AP) on Stick Ekahau Wireless Site Survey
Stage-3: Documentation and validation
Stage-4: Propose a solution to any problem
Challenges addressed by IP-Global:
Working in sensitive environments for a renowned customer like the University is always a challenge, but IP-Global has always provided the best 24/7 services and fulfilled client deadlines to create a decisive victory.
Since this was a construction site, there was a major power outage. As a service provider, IP-Global ensured that the universal power supply (UPS) was arranged on time and that the project was completed on schedule.
When working with costly and delicate instruments like Ekahau, it is critical that the tools utilized are well-calibrated and arrive on-site on time. The AP was not in the autonomous mode and it was a challenge to convert it to the autonomous mode. IP-Global field engineers being highly skilled and professional took an initiative and converted the AP to the required autonomous mode themselves.
The private cloud is defined as computing services offered either over the Internet or a private internal network and only to select users instead of the public. Also called an internal or corporate cloud, private cloud computing gives businesses many of the benefits of a public cloud – including self-service, scalability, and elasticity – with the additional control and customization available from dedicated resources over a computing infrastructure hosted on-premises. In addition, private clouds deliver a higher level of security and privacy through both company firewalls and internal hosting to ensure operations and sensitive data are not accessible to third-party providers. One drawback is that the company’s IT department is held responsible for the cost and accountability of managing the private cloud. So private clouds require the same staffing, management, and maintenance expenses as traditional datacenter ownership.
Two models for cloud services can be delivered in a private cloud. The first is infrastructure as a service (IaaS) that allows a company to use infrastructure resources such as compute, network, and storage as a service. The second is platform as a service (PaaS) that lets a company deliver everything from simple cloud-based applications to sophisticated-enabled enterprise applications. Private clouds can also be combined with public clouds to create a hybrid cloud, allowing the business to take advantage of cloud bursting to free up more space and scale computing services to the public cloud when computing demand increases.
A hybrid cloud—sometimes called a cloud hybrid—is a computing environment that combines an on-premises datacenter (also called a private cloud) with a public cloud, allowing data and applications to be shared between them. Some people define hybrid cloud to include “multicloud” configurations where an organization uses more than one public cloud in addition to their on-premises data center. ·