We understand the needs of larger businesses inside out. As well as expertise in multi-site networks, we offer a range of additional services designed with big business in mind.
Medium sized and larger businesses have the same need for speedy, reliable connectivity as smaller ones, but the demands they place on their connections are often greater. With more employees, larger and more sites and a wider variety of tasks to accomplish, installing a high capacity connection may be imperative to keep things not just ticking over, but zooming along.
Why trust Beaming?
Products and services
Whether you are looking for a single fibre leased line or support with a complex network, we have a wide range of products and services which can be tailored to meet the needs of your business.
Fibre Optic Leased Lines
A dedicated fibre optic Ethernet connection that’s just for you. Consistently speedy data transmission, easy scalability and symmetric upload & download speeds come as standard with a fibre optic leased line.
Private networks for large or multi-site businesses paired with monitoring, maintenance & readily available backup.
A private network, Protectnet allows remote access to networked devices (such as CCTV) without compromising on security.
One-off events, trade shows, conferences, broadcasting & temporary building sites need connectivity with timely delivery, project managed with expertise.
Your own server equipment, hosted in selected data centres. More security, more space & less stress for you.
Cloud Based Applications
Cloud based applications offer a host of benefits, but they also require rock solid connectivity to work to their fullest potential.
- Leased Lines
- Managed Networks
Before we met Park Holidays were running a corporate network that could barely support their internal systems, let alone the needs of owners and holiday guests.
Our growing knowledge base
From cyber security guides to share with your teams to quick Powershell commands, our expansive knowledge base is only a click away
We answer ‘What is IPSEC?’ in this clear guide. Prior to reading this you should have a good understanding of the Internet Protocol (IP) and how it traverses networks locally and around the world.