Suna Communication offers a range of cabling services to customers including data and fibre optic.
Suna Communication works with brands such as Xirrus and Cisco to deliver reliable and effective wireless solutions.
From SMART board and touchscreen installation, to conferencing and support, Suna Communication has your Audio Visual needs covered.
Suna Communication offers a range of security services including CCTV and Access Control to ensure you and your business are protected.
Suna Communication has a vast amount of experience supplying and installating business hardware including phones and computer systems.

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Recent Blogs

What benefits could VoIP telephony bring to your business?

The key difference to note with Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is that this type of technology is internet based. Rather than using a conventional or analogue phone system to enable communication between people, a broadband internet connection is required. VoIP is a natural evolution of the phone network and is increasingly popular with businesses looking to improve communications because it has a number of key benefits.

What type of Access Control is right for you?

There are many reasons why access control is a good idea for any business. It can make it easier to organise after work shifts, ensure that you have a record of who is coming and going – and where – and presents a simple solution to the issue of controlling sensitive resources so that they are accessed only by those who should be accessing them. Access control gives a business the ability to ensure that strangers aren’t on the premises and that visitors, guests and employees are using their designated areas and not ending up where they shouldn’t.

ICT for Education

How can you refine your school's IT infrastructure?

IT infrastructure is not new to schools. While a decade ago it may not have been that commonplace to use computers as teaching tools, today that’s not the case. Schools have an enormously wide range of different technology to help optimise learning these days, from innovative software through to smart phones and tablets, as well as interactive flat panel displays and the PC. It can feel like a vast sea of tech to navigate – so how do you refine your school’s IT infrastructure to make it purely fit for purpose?