Network Diagram Software
Enterprise Private Network
Enterprise Private Network Diagraming
An enterprise private network is a computer network built by a business to interconnect its various company sites (such as production sites, offices and shops) in order to share computer resources.
Network diagrams visualize schematically the computer networks topology, equipment nodes and different types of their logical and physical connections. They are used by IT professionals to visually document the topology and design of computer and telecommunication networks.
ConceptDraw has 1004 vector stencils in the 40 libraries that helps you to start using software for designing your own Enterprise Private Network Diagrams. You can use the appropriate stencils from Computer and Network Diagrams object libraries.
Pic. 1 Hybrid enterprise private network diagram
This enterprise private network diagram sample is created using ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software enhanced with Computer & Networks solution from ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Pic. 2 Enterprise Private Network solution
Computer & Networks solution providessamples, templates and libraries of symbols for all types of computer network diagrams:
- LAN and WAN floor plan layouts,
- network communication plans,
- Cisco network diagrams,
- Active Directory diagrams,
- logical and physical network diagrams,
- network architecture
- topology diagrams.
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ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Wireless Networks Solution gives the ability to its users to create professional looking WLAN schemes and diagrams quick and easy.
The ConceptDraw vector stencils library Cisco Products Additional contains equipment symbols for drawing the computer network diagrams.
Picture: Cisco Products Additional. Cisco icons, shapes, stencils and symbols
Using the predesigned objects, templates and samples of the Computer and Networks Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM you can create your own professional Computer Network Diagrams quick and easy.
Picture: Hotel Network Topology
A database is a data collection, structured into some conceptual model. Two most common approaches of developing data models are UML diagrams and ER-model diagrams. There are several notations of entity-relationship diagram symbols and their meaning is slightly different. Crow’s Foot notation is quite descriptive and easy to understand, meanwhile, the Chen notation is great for conceptual modeling.
An entity relationship diagrams look very simple to a flowcharts. The main difference is the symbols provided by specific ERD notations. There are several models applied in entity-relationship diagrams: conceptual, logical and physical. Creating an entity relationship diagram requires using a specific notation. There are five main components of common ERD notations: Entities, Actions, Attributes, Cardinality and Connections. The two of notations most widely used for creating ERD are Chen notation and Crow foot notation. By the way, the Crow foot notation originates from the Chen notation - it is an adapted version of the Chen notation.
Picture: ERD Symbols and Meanings
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is the best software for illustration the network topologies. It's very easy and quickly to design the network topology diagrams of any kinds and complexity in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software using the Computer and Networks solution from Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Picture: Network Topology Illustration
What illustrates a technical flow chart? Technical flow chart is a diagrammatic representation which visually illustrates the sequence of operations that must to be performed to get the problem's solution.
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM enhanced with Flowcharts Solution from the "Diagrams" Area of ConceptDraw Solution is a perfect software for drawing Technical Flow Chart Example illustrating the essence and importance of the technical flow chart use.
Picture: Technical Flow Chart Example
Unfortunately, a man can’t predict the future and no one is safe from natural disasters, such as floods, earthquakes, hurricanes or fires. Nonetheless, what you can do to ensure safety for you and your relatives is to create an emergency plan, so everyone will know what to do if emergency happens. Keep that plan simple and train it several times a year so that no one could forget any details of it.
Fire and emergency plans are important to supply people with a visual safety solution. This diagram presents a set of standard symbols used to depict fire safety, emergency, and associated information. Using clear and standard symbols on fire emergency plans provides the coherence of collective actions , helps to avoid embarrassment, and improves communications in an emergent situation. The fire emergency symbols are intended for the general emergency and fire service, as well as for building plans ,engineering drawings and insurance diagrams. They can be used during fire extinguishing and evacuation operations, as well as trainings. It includes vector symbols for emergency management mapping, emergency evacuation diagrams and plans.
Picture: Emergency Plan
Sometimes it's difficult to find a path in work processes or to understand the requirements, especially when you are a newcomer. To get your thoughts straight, create a workflow diagram, and put everything on it. This will not only help you to get into the workflow, but also show it’s weaknesses.
This illustration captures the workflow process of payment an invoice for the electricity consumed by certain enterprise. It was drawn in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using its solution for Workflow Diagrams. Making a workflow charts means that you need to depict consistently all processes engaged to the workflow process. Then, you should connect them with symbols meaning study and analysis. Next, add symbols of decisions. A work flow diagram made precisely and correctly can help to clarify your work flow to any person.
Picture: Workflow Diagram