Mission: When you select a technology company to support your network infrastructure needs, you must keep in mind that performance requirements are changing at a rapid pace. Our mission is to provide and guide your business into the future to improve your security and increase production efficiency.
 
 

 

 
Voice and Data Networks:

Golden Rule Service Inc. can assist customers in determining the most serviceable cabling design at the lowest total system cost. Some factors to consider beforehand are:

  • Current and future bandwidth requirements
  • Acceptable attenuation rate over distance
  • Cable dimension requirements
  • Physical environment and mechanical requirements
  • Cost of installation
  • UL/NEC and IEC requirements and compatibility with existing systems
  • Signal Source
  • We offer infrared, fiber optics, CAT 3, CAT 5e, and more cable solutions.
  • All locations are tested and machine labeled for quick reference for future expansions.

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Security Systems:

Offering the lowest in UL approved monitoring with NO Long term contract requirement, unlike our competition who requires you to sign up for  a fixed time period at a  higher cost. Every system is designed and installed as if it was our own home or business that we were installing the system in. All of our monitoring is dealt with by our national service provider.

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Employee Monitoring and Network Monitoring Software:

With the abundance of computer labs in schools and employee internet activity growing we have made it possible to help control and monitor activities that may be performed on networks, internet, and computer work stations. The solution is NetVizor! Tested and labeled as one of the best employee and school laboratory monitoring products on the market today. Below is brief overview of how this network monitoring software has begun to revolutionize the software monitoring industry.

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