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Network Assessment

  • 1 hour
  • 100 US dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

1. A Physical Inventory Knowing exactly what the office uses to go about its daily business is the first step to understanding how best to optimize IT resource usage. A solid network assessment documents all hardware, software, and physical devices which support a company’s IT network. A physical inventory can help identify devices which are nearing their end of life, or which are outdated or insecure—even if they function perfectly. Likewise, a physical inventory will also help identify devices which are may fail to meet industry regulations or legal compliance requirements. 2. Overall Security Review The digitization of the office has changed the way companies—and IT services—think about security. Companies now pass a tremendous amount of data through their IT infrastructure—often in the form of documents. It means long gone are the days when IT security meant antivirus and strong passwords. A network assessment helps a company identify areas where it needs to get up to speed both with its cybersecurity strategy and its data security measures. This may take the form of configuration analyses as well as looking at the design of existing security infrastructure. 3. Visibility and Management Audit It’s not enough to have the digital tools to keep pace with the 21st-century business world. Most IT networks are complex, consisting of multiple types of technology. A company needs the ability to maintain a view of and manage all of these tools. Otherwise, it risks the development of shadow IT—IT resources which employees use that the IT department doesn’t know about and which may introduce security risks. A managed network assessment identifies these blind spots both in network visibility and an internal IT department’s ability to manage what the company has. 4. Performance Analysis IT infrastructure exists to facilitate the flow of data through a company, but that data can only flow optimally if everything performs at its peak ability. Performance analysis helps identify bandwidth capabilities, network efficiency, traffic flow, and whether end users can effectively access the tools available. These features give clues as to the network’s overall health and whether deeper problems exist. For example, poor traffic flow within a well-designed network may indicate poorly configured permissions. Likewise, a performance analysis considers the physical layout of hardware or other devices, spotting over- or under-utilized technology which is negatively affecting t

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