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Many small and medium sized companies realise the value
of allowing their staff access to the vast library of
knowledge available on the internet. The advent of email as
an important communications medium has further
emphasised this need.
Costs and risks
However, their are two major problems: Firstly the cost of a
fixed connection together with the necessary hardware and
software, and secondly the security risk of exposing a
company network to the internet.
The CompleteInternet solution
TBS have developed a solution which allows any number of
users to access the internet simultaneously through a single
dial-up connection, via a dedicated UNIX server. The
system also has the ability to run an intranet within the
company, with an industry-standard World Wide Web and
Email server installed as standard.
The CompleteInternet solution includes total firewall
protection against outside attacks on the corporate
network. Since only the UNIX server has actual access to
the internet, all internal computers are completely safe from
outside attempts to access their data.
Complete Internet software
(Unix server + 10 Win95/98/2000/ME/NT clients)
(Unix setup, Web server, firewall, email server)
Unix server (Pentium)
Screen shot (Win95/98/2000/ME/NT client)
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