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Enterprise Solutions

CJIES offers a wide range of enterprise solutions designed to meet the complex needs of businesses through our expertise in network infrastructure, software development, and internet services. We provide comprehensive solutions in network design, implementation, and management, ensuring reliable and efficient operations for our clients.

Benefits of CJIES Enterprise Solutions:

  • One-Stop Shop: Consolidate your needs for network connectivity, software solutions, and internet services with CJIES, simplifying procurement and management.
  • Expertise and Experience: Benefit from our extensive expertise and experience in designing, implementing, and managing complex IT solutions tailored to your business requirements.
  • Scalability and Flexibility: Our solutions can be scaled up or down as your business evolves, ensuring efficient resource allocation and cost control.
  • Security and Reliability: We prioritize network security and offer reliable infrastructure to ensure business continuity.
  • Cost-Effective Pricing Models: Our solutions are designed to be cost-effective, providing high value at competitive prices.
  • Exceptional Customer Service and Support: We offer dedicated customer service and support, ensuring that your needs are met promptly and efficiently.

What types of network solutions does CJIES offer?

Answer: CJIES provides comprehensive network solutions including WAN optimization, MPLS networks, various internet access options, and security solutions such as firewalls and intrusion detection/prevention systems.

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Networking Solutions:

  1. Wide Area Network (WAN) Optimization: We help businesses optimize their geographically dispersed networks using technologies like SD-WAN for intelligent traffic routing, ensuring reliable and efficient data transfer.
  2. MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) Networks: We provide dedicated, high-performance private networks for secure and reliable data transfer between branch offices, data centers, and cloud applications.
  3. Internet Access Solutions: We offer various internet access options, including high-speed fiber optic connections, cable internet, and fixed wireless access, tailored to meet bandwidth needs and budget constraints.
  4. Security Solutions: Our services include firewalls, intrusion detection/prevention systems, and secure access solutions to protect business networks and data.

Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN)

What is SD-WAN?

An SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Network) is a technology that transforms how organizations manage and optimize their wide area networks (WANs).

Traditional WANs often rely on dedicated MPLS connections, which can be expensive and inflexible. SD-WAN takes a software-driven approach, allowing businesses to leverage multiple connections, including MPLS, broadband internet, and LTE, to create a more agile and cost-effective network.

How Does SD-WAN Work?

SD-WAN separates the data plane (physical network connections) from the control plane (network intelligence).

This enables central management of the entire network from a single console. Here’s a breakdown of the key components:

  1. SD-WAN Edge Devices: These are deployed at branch offices and headquarters. They handle traffic routing, security, and application awareness.
  2. Centralized Controller: This centralizes policy management and configuration for all SD-WAN Edge devices. It provides visibility and control over the entire network.
  3. Dynamic Path Selection: SD-WAN analyzes network conditions and application requirements in real-time. It intelligently routes traffic across the available connections, prioritizing performance and reliability.

Benefits of SD-WAN

  1. Improved Application Performance: SD-WAN prioritizes critical business applications, ensuring optimal user experience and productivity.
  2. Reduced Costs: Organizations can leverage lower-cost internet connections alongside MPLS, potentially leading to significant cost savings.
  3. Increased Agility: SD-WAN simplifies network management and enables easy scaling of bandwidth to meet changing business needs.
  4. Enhanced Security: SD-WAN can integrate with security solutions to provide centralized control and improved threat protection.
  5. Improved User Experience: Consistent application performance across locations translates to a better user experience for employees and customers.

Who Can Benefit from SD-WAN?

SD-WAN is a valuable solution for a wide range of businesses, including:

  1. Organizations with multiple branch offices
  2. Businesses that rely heavily on cloud applications (SaaS, IaaS)
  3. Companies looking to reduce WAN costs
  4. Organizations requiring high-performance and reliable network connectivity

Is SD-WAN Right for You?

Several factors can influence whether SD-WAN is the right solution for your organization. Here are some considerations:

  1. Network Complexity: If you have a complex WAN with multiple locations and connection types, SD-WAN can simplify management.
  2. Application Mix: If your business relies heavily on cloud applications, SD-WAN can optimize performance.
  3. Cost Optimization Goals: If you’re looking to reduce WAN costs, SD-WAN can potentially help.

Collocation & Cloud Services

Our colocation facilities are looking to provide space, power, cooling, and physical security for the server, storage, and networking equipment businesses and also connect them to a variety of telecommunications and network service providers with a minimum of cost and complexity.

We are establishing a fully equipped Data Centre in Juba, South Sudan to provide businesses with a hybrid approach to manage their data by combining colocation for critical infrastructure with cloud services for more dynamic needs.

This allows them to leverage the benefits of both: control and security of colocation with the scalability and flexibility of the cloud.

Customer’s equipment and Data are hosted in environmentally controlled space with the following features:

1.Air conditioning
2. Fire detection and suppression
3. AC/DC power
4. Controlled access/security systems
5. Shared rack space or dedicated racks/suites to suit customer requirements
6. Simplified interconnection with CJIES Network
7. Skilled engineers providing 24-hour technical support and Remote Hands & Eyes

Some of the services we provide under hosting and collocation include:-
1. Domain & Hosting
2. Colocation (Per U)
3. Colocation (Per Rack)
4. Server Hosting
5. Server Hosting(IP)
6. Server Hosting(IP & Bandwidth)

Local Loop

In the world of telecommunications, a local loop is the physical connection that bridges the gap between your home or business and the network of your phone or internet service provider. It’s essentially the last leg of the journey your data or voice signal takes before reaching the wider communication web. Here’s a breakdown of what a local loop is and how it works:

What is a Local Loop?

Traditionally, the local loop was a physical circuit, most commonly a single pair of copper wires. This wire pair ran from your phone jack or internet connection box to the local telephone exchange or cable company office. These copper lines carried analog electrical signals for voice calls.

With the rise of internet connectivity, the local loop has adapted to handle digital data transmission as well. Today, local loops can be made of various materials including:

  1. Copper: Still widely used for traditional phone lines and DSL internet.
  2. Coaxial Cable: Used for cable internet connections.
  3. Fiber Optic Cable: Offers the fastest and most reliable data transmission for internet access.
  4. Wireless: Fixed wireless technologies can be used as local loops in certain areas.
The Importance of the Local Loop

The local loop is a crucial piece of infrastructure because it directly impacts the quality and speed of your phone and internet service. Here’s why:

  1. Bandwidth: The type of material used in the local loop affects the bandwidth available. Copper wires have limitations compared to fiber optics, which can handle much larger amounts of data.
  2. Distance: The longer the local loop, the weaker the signal can become, potentially leading to slower speeds or dropped calls.
  3. Reliability: The physical condition and technology of the local loop can impact its reliability. Underground fiber optic cables are generally less susceptible to interference than overhead copper wires.
Beyond the Local Loop

While the local loop is the final connection to your home or business, it’s important to remember it’s just one part of the bigger picture. Once your data or voice signal reaches the service provider’s office, it travels through a vast network of interconnected cables, routers, and switches to reach its final destination.

With Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) or Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), the local loop can carry digital signals directly and at a much higher bandwidth than they do for voice only.

CJIES offers local loop solutions based on fibre in the last mile. Whatever you want to transmit, local loop solutions are ideal for high bandwidth applications such as television signal distribution, video on demand, telephony, high speed internet access, digital television distribution, inter branch connectivity.


Some of the services provisioned under local loop customed to meet various needs include the following:-

  1. Local Loop Capacity – STM1
  2. Local Loop Capacity – MPLS
  3. Local Loop Capacity


At CJIES we believe in walking through a journey with our customers as it enables our customers realize true value and gain feedback on any area that needs improvement or change of strategy to achieve full value.

The flow of activities is:

  1. Consult
  2. Discover
  3. Analyse and architect
  4. Implement
  5. Review and Innovation

We employ a consulting framework that is focused on ITIL V4 best practices, and Customer journey mapping enabling us to focus on value co-creation and realize the needs of businesses customers. The consulting framework insists on situational awareness where we seek to understand the internal and external factors that are affecting the bank and put that into consideration when realizing value.


We go through an assessment of the current environment in terms of:

  1. Security posture
  2. Network posture and architecture
  3. Server and system infrastructure
  4. Collaboration and engagement tools

Our discovery is intended to identify pain points and how to provide the best solution for every use case.

Analyze and architect

We go through the information we gathered from the discovery phase, analyze it and design solutions that are best fit for the business. The architecting layer focuses on value, cost, security, reliability, and performance efficiency. Our architecture enables your business to understand dependencies and how  to operate, manage and innovate on them.


This is our key differentiator where we implement all our recommendations. This implies that true value realization is achieved when a gap is identified and mitigated or a solution to that gap is developed. Our team of experts will enable businesses to realize the value identified in the architecture phase.

Review and Innovation

This step assesses if the solution implemented is innovative and if it meets the current and future needs of the bank. This is critical for it identifies areas of improvement and innovation opportunities for the bank.

Cloud Solutions

The well Architected Framework for Cloud adoption

This framework is critical to the success of migration and growing in Cloud. The framework was first developed by AWS and adopted by the rest of the cloud providers. It has 5 key pillars that need to be considered in the journey to cloud. The pillars are:


The security pillar focuses on protecting information and systems. Key topics include confidentiality and integrity of data, identifying and managing who can do what with privilege management, protecting systems, and establishing controls to detect security events.


The reliability pillar focuses on ensuring a workload performs its intended function correctly and consistently when it’s expected to. A resilient workload quickly recovers from failures to meet business and customer demand. Key topics include distributed system design, recovery planning, and how to handle change.

Operational excellence

We introduce operational excellence by running and monitoring systems to deliver business value, and continually improving processes and procedures. Key topics include automating changes, responding to events, and defining standards to manage daily operations.

Performance Efficiency

We enable this by using IT and computing resources efficiently. Key focus areas include selecting the right resource types and sizes based on workload requirements, monitoring performance, and making informed decisions to maintain efficiency as business needs evolve.

Cost Optimization

We enable this by avoiding unnecessary costs. Key focus areas include understanding and controlling where money is being spent, selecting the most appropriate and right number of resource types, analysing spend over time, and scaling to meet business needs without


Migration Services

Research shows that CIOs cite “lack of resources/expertise” as the #1 impediment to their cloud migration plans (Source: State of the Cloud Report 2019).

CJIES can help you sidestep this challenge. Our expert, vendor-certified cloud and Karti engineers have the skills you need to unblock your strategy and accelerate cloud adoption. As a trusted partner of both Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure we understand the end-to-end cloud migration journey.

We use the latest DevOps automation and cloud technologies to build secure cloud environments and automated deployment pipelines. In this way, we make your migration safe, secure, and simple.

Since ‘sharing’ is a fundamental tenet of DevOps we’ll work closely with your in-house teams to transfer the skills and knowledge they need to ensure your investment in cloud adoption meets the long-term needs of your business.

Cloud Operations

Managing cloud platforms is not the same as managing a traditional data centre. It requires new patterns and practices, specialist tools and modern ways of working that maximise the return on your cloud investment. As a digital-native business, we have the skills and experience to handle your needs via on-demand platform support or focused platform operations engineering. Both these cloud managed services can be tailored to your circumstances.

While our platform support and platform operations services differ in the scope and scale of work undertaken, they share common principles. You will always have direct access to our cloud engineers who can personally resolve technical issues or make operability improvements. They will work closely with your team, via your preferred method of communication. Their experience and expertise will ensure you see positive results quickly.

What you will get from Cloud Operations services
  1. A personal service
  2. Immediate support
  3. Technical expertise
  4. Digital-native mindset
Cloud Security Services

Research indicates that Cloud is deemed unsafe due to misconfigurations and poor architectures. We at CJIES realize this and we will work with the bank to ensure that Security is embedded in all the architectures, it is prioritized and optimized for the bank. This will reduce the risk that comes with security breaches and improve cloud adoption.

How we do it

We have skills on AWS and Microsoft Azure native security approaches and capabilities which where applicable include 3rd party tools to realize security requirements. This makes us unique for we adapt to your needs while focusing on the value you as a business are seeking to realize.

Cyber Security Solutions

Our Security solutions are geared to helping BUSINESSES identify vulnerabilities, detect threats, and mitigate incidents before they have an effect to the bank.

Through experience, we have found that the non-focus to these threats has made many businesses loose critical aspects including data, reputation loss, systems downtime, customers and more.

Threat actors continue to evolve over time becoming sophisticated progressively.

We focus on enabling your business compliant with the different standards i.e. NIST, ISO 27001, GDPR, PCI DSS and others which fit your industry requirements.

Security solutions

Audit/gap analysis

Conducting a cybersecurity gap analysis for your organization is vital to understanding the risks you are currently facing, allowing you to raise the overall level of cybersecurity for your organization.

Cyberattacks happen every second and you need to ensure you are prepared.

A cybersecurity gap analysis will determine your security gaps and the required steps to take to reach your ideal level of cybersecurity.

This practice is crucial to identifying weaknesses that can cause business disruption and other cybersecurity risks.

Audit/gap analysis encompasses the following:

  1. policy, planning and governance
  2. Information Asset Management
  3. Human Resource Management
  4. Information communication operations management
  5. Information access management
  6. System acquisition, development, and maintenance
  7. Incident management
  8. Business continuity management
  9. Compliance management
Benefits for Gap Analysis for Cybersecurity

It’s better to know about the problems you may have now than to discover them the hard way: when someone takes advantage of those gaps in your cybersecurity. If you aren’t completely sure whether your organization’s cybersecurity is compliant, it’s time to double check and form a plan to address those issues.

CJIES cyber security team can help you mitigate cybersecurity gaps and gain all the benefits of bolstering it instead:

  1. Identify organization’s risk
  2. Improve IT security
  3. Define vulnerabilities
  4. Discover weaknesses
  5. Establish responsibility
  6. Create a cybersecurity plan
Risk Profiling

In the same way that it’s important to conduct a risk profile to guide how investments are allocated in a portfolio, a cybersecurity risk profile outlines a company’s known risks, policies and practices to guide how far you need to go and are willing to go to safeguard your assets and data.

Risk profiling focuses on:

  1. Documentation
  2. Security assessment
  3. Security leadership
  4. Process management
  5. Information Security Programmes
Cyber resilience awareness training

We provide highly focused skill training and practical experience to address the cyber workforce security needs for your organization.

Our program is a flexible curriculum in scope, length, and content to suit the needs of our clients. Training can be administered in half-day, full-day, or multiple-day training sessions; online or on-premises sessions.

We specialize in the following areas:

  1. Incident Response Training
  2. Technical Training
  3. User Awareness Training
  4. Executive Training
  5. Other additional cybersecurity training options upon your request

The training curriculum is designed solemnly on the needs of the bank. Creating a more wholesome and qualitative experience.

We include real-world examples and provide use cases and practical hands-on exercises to our program attendants to create a more intuitive experience for trainees to master the topic.

Incidence response and advisory services

Incident response is the methodology an organization uses to respond to and manage a cyberattack.

An attack or data breach can wreak havoc potentially affecting customers, intellectual property company time and resources, and brand value.

An incident response aims to reduce this damage and recover as quickly as possible.

Investigation is also a key component to learn from the attack and better prepare for the future.

Because many companies today experience a breach at some point in time, a well-developed and repeatable incident response plan is the best way to protect your company.

Our response and advisory service consists of the following steps:

  1. Identification
  2. Containment
  3. Eradication
  4. Recovery
  5. Lessons Learned

With these, your business is ready for any incident as for cyber security can never be 100% but the bank can be prepared for any incident and can minimize the impact the incident may have on the business.

Penetration testing for Mobile applications, and APIs

  1. Mobile application penetration testing

Mobile applications are a weak point of information systems since many developers are not aware of security issues.

While most mobile apps do not store sensitive information, they can manipulate personal data through APIs and act as gateways to servers.

In addition, mobile applications themselves, as well as desktop applications, can be attacked to be copied or corrupted.

Therefore, in themselves, they are also an element to be protected for the companies that developed them.

A mobile application pen test tests the application itself, as well as the APIs and servers that host them.

A pen test of the mobile or desktop application itself is particularly focused on cryptographic analysis and reverse engineering.

To define the scope of this type of pen test, the following questions must be answered:

  1. What are the greatest risks from a business point of view?
  2. In the case of a mobile application: must we focus the pen test on the API, or must we also pen test the application itself?
  3. In all cases: what is the level of exhaustivity sought for pen tests?
API Penetration Testing

APIs have led to digital transformation within the cloud, IoT, and mobile and web applications.

Without knowing it, the average person engages with multiple APIs every day, especially on mobile.

APIs are the connective tissue responsible for transferring information between systems, both internally and externally.

All too often, though, deployed APIs do not go through comprehensive security testing, if tested for security at all.

Whether SOAP or REST, a poorly secured API can open security gaps for anything that it is associated with.

The security of the API is just as important as the applications that it provides functions for.

When doing these tests, we focus on;

  1. Missing Object Level Access Control
  2. Broken Authentication
  3. Excessive Data Exposure
  4. Lack of Resources and Rate Limiting
  5. Missing Function/Resource Level Access Control
  6. Mass Assignment
  7. Security Misconfiguration
  8. Injection
  9. Improper Assets Management
  10. Insufficient Logging and Monitoring

With this service, it becomes easier to identify vulnerabilities and remediate them before they become a threat to the bank.

Adversary Simulation

Security products fail due to Efficacy and lack of appropriate implementation. An environment can have all the firewalls, incident management tools and endpoint security but if not well configured, an attacker will be able to bypass and exploit the environment by traversing through a corporate network. CJIES team conducts adversary simulation that factors in:

  1. Breadth and Depth coverage of an attack
  2. The sophistication of the attack (Ability to evade discovery or defeat controls)

The benefits of the simulation are:

  1. Privilege escalation on a workstation (emulating a malware infection on a single host)
  2. Scanning adjacent systems to explore the network and look for potential pivot points
  3. Further privilege escalation and adjacent scanning
  4. Command and control (C2) traffic, allowing the attacker to control malware behaviour
  5. The eventual exfiltration of valuable customer data

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