The network assessment plays an essential role in planning for new network implementations or troubleshooting existing ones. Not having an accurate picture of a network’s capabilities and issues can pose serious problems that could complicate, even undermine, a planned implementation and current employee productivity. Organizations plagued by network issues can also greatly benefit from a network assessment. Testing and analyzing all areas of network performance will uncover underlying causes for each issue.
Client Risk Summary Report
Full Detail Report
Asset Detail Report
Excel Export Report
Change Management Report
XP Migration Readiness Report
Typically, a network assessment will measure and analyze performance of the following:
Server Configuration and Network devices – switches, routers, hubs, etc. Includes capacity issues related to CPU, memory, general performance tuning
Applications – e-mail, database, web services, antiVirus, backups,
Security Implementation – Firewall Configuration and Anti-Virus protection reviewed. Review security of account access on server to ensure data is available on an as needed basis.
Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity Capabilities –Evaluate recovery time objective and recovery point objective
Remote Access Setup – VPN, Terminal Server, Remote Web Workplace, RPC over HTTPS, Outlook Web Access, Mobile devices ( Blackberries, Smart Phones…)