Your network is essential to your business, but can you be sure that it is working properly or being used appropriately? Visibility allows organisations to make informed decisions on Risk, Performance and Controls and our Network Assessment service could save you time, money and pain.
Do applications work properly or sometimes inexplicably timeout? What exactly is happening on your network?
What we will do
We will make everything visible and clear to you and ensure your network is working properly with our network assessment service. Our qualified engineer will have a quick chat with you about your set-up and any issues you have, and then fit a device that passively monitors not just your internal network traffic, but your external connections as well. An assessment of your network will itemise every application running on your network and how much resource each one uses. We will confirm the speed and reliability of applications, identifying bottlenecks and applications that hog network resources. We will identify technical problems, find areas for improvement and track personal usage by staff.
What we will deliver
You will then receive a full report that gives our recommendations to optimise your network, giving priority to the critical applications for your business. With our help, you can see any problems with usage and performance. We will also expose the things that slow your network down unnecessarily and frustrate users. These could also mean you are thinking of upgrading systems when you don’t really need to.
Security Assessment service – How effective is your security? We provide a comprehensive threat analysis report identifying where your security controls may be inadequate.
In today’s challenging business environment, interruptions are unpredictable and costly occurrences, but are contingencies for which a successful business must plan. And the first step is a review of the security infrastructure. Whether it’s a malicious hacker, a stolen laptop, illegal access to sensitive information, an email virus, or human error, prior preparation is key to minimising negative impact to the business. Random, sudden and unexpected events can have a significant impact on revenue, corporate reputation and customer relationships. Whilst such an occurrence cannot be predicted or controlled, effective risk management of information systems and data will ensure you meet increasing availability and compliance requirements.