Moncrieff examines the current state of your ICT infrastructure, then based on business objectives, develops a plan to ensure a stable platform for support and growth. Moncrieff works begins with an assessment then specifying architecture and providing a conceptual design. Areas reviewed include network performance, server availability and security issues.
Moncrieff Predictive Wireless Audit service provides assurance that the organisation’s investment in wireless network infrastructure delivers on their liability and performance required. High-quality wireless network infrastructure supports high client density, high capacity and seamless mobility of endpoints.
Discovery critical phase in the lifecycle considering the adage, “Measure twice. Cut once.” Moncrieff Predictive Wireless Audit provides a detailed analysis of the current and future wireless infrastructure landscape and enables a highly optimised wireless network design that takes into account the following key metrics:
• Building and floor plans
• Current network topology
• Wireless signal coverage, interference and noise
• Endpoint device types specified
• Critical application requirements
• Bandwidth and quality of service requirements
• End-user and mobility requirements
• Cyber security requirements
Wireless Audit report contents
• Detailed wireless radio heat maps with optimised Access Point placement
• Data throughput estimates
• Signal strength (coverage)
• Signal to noise ratios
Additionally, the Audit includes recommendations for implementation and highlights issues that could affect a successful deployment i.e. antenna types, cabling requirement, switch infrastructure limitations, etc.
Specialists in providing IT Infrastructure vulnerability management solutions
Businesses often underestimate the amount of equipment in their IT environment and may claim a lower number of routers, servers, computers and other devices than they have. Moncrieff can provide you with an IT infrastructure assessment that will help prevent such issues as well as provide your business with a deliverable, comprehensive executive summary. Contact us today for a detailed IT audit.
This assessment will outline any immediate threats to your IT environment, compliance gaps, unusual server energy usage, the pros and cons of your current network, and offer recommendations for the required adjustments to your technology.
Why do you need an IT assessment?
With the average cost of an unplanned IT infrastructure outage calculated at over $10,000AUD per minute, you can’t afford a miscalculation.
A power outage in late September 2016 crippled the entire state of South Australia. What would a power outage mean if it happened to your organisation? According to PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) research, after a power outage disrupts IT systems:
90% of organisations that experience a computer disaster and don’t have a survival plan, go out of business within 18 months. These are statistics you don’t want to be a part of.
ICT vulnerability solutions
By partnering with APC and Schneider Electric, we now offer a range of solutions to help you best prepare and handle your IT requirements during these unforeseen events. We will conduct regular infrastructure audits to identify areas for improvement in both the operations and energy efficiency side of your site’s physical infrastructure.
What a IT assessment audit entails
We’ll meet with you to determine the goals of your organisation and help identify any IT problems hindering your business. We’ll perform a network vulnerability assessment and cyber security audit of your company’s operations. Our engineers will compare your IT environment’s actual performance to the desired performance your business wishes to achieve, and will provide a deliverable report that outlines how your company can accomplish its technology objectives.
The one-day on-site audit encompasses:
The audit is designed to expose potential vulnerabilities with your on-site infrastructure. Following the audit, you’ll receive a detailed report outlining the actions recommended and a staged plan to mitigate risks.
A cloud readiness assessment reviews three critical areas: technology, people and processes. Your organisation may be already using cloud or about to begin the journey to migrate some or all processes to the cloud.
Moncrieff’s Cloud Readiness Assessment will provide guidance as to the best practice for your business-critical processes and recommend private, public and/or a hybrid cloud approach. In addition to technology and processes, we take into account the people and required changes for a successful cloud strategy.
Moncrieff assists your organisation to prioritise workloads and develop a timeline of implementation for success migration to the cloud.
Call 1300 IT ASSIST (1300 482 774) today if you would like Moncrieff to discuss our Cloud Readiness Assessment. Alternatively, email ITASSIST@moncrieff.com.au.