Network Assessment Consultation | Secure Solutions Technology Partners

Network Assessment Consultation | Secure Solutions Technology Partners

What is a network assessment?

A network assessment reviews your existing network structure and assesses the organization and productivity of your performance, management, security and processes.  The goal of any network assessment is to identify areas of inefficiency, poor performance and security holes.

A network assessment will:

  • Identify underused resources and overused resources, so you can redistribute resources and improve efficiency.

  • Identify bandwidth issues and how to eliminate congestion.

  • Identify and fix areas of weak or missing security .

  • Review network architecture to help plan and prepare for future growth.

A network assessment a critical piece of any network or network security upgrade.  It will help to identify areas of needed improvement and strengths that can be utilized to improve the overall performance.

For more information or to schedule your own Network Assessment, call us today at 704.754.8484 or email us at [email protected].

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