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What To Know About Network Assessment Infrastructure Design

Why Do You Need Network Assessment?

Network Assessment is a summarized report and analysis of your company’s IT sectors, i.e. IT management, security, and more. It helps in identifying the current departments which are lagging behind and which have room for improvement. Another purpose is to keep your work data secure by finding any potential entry points for cyberattacks. Network assessment may also be called IT systems and network evaluation. 

Today, we’re going to talk about the different aspects of network assessment and why you need it. 

Why You Need Network Assessments: 

  • To become aware of what’s going on with your IT infrastructure 
  • To create strategic roadmaps for your staff 
  • Improve security 
  • Uncover cost-saving potential 
  • Get C-suite support for improvement

Tools and Resources Used For Network Assessment: 

There are various assessment software and tools used by the Managed Services Provider (MSP) while running the network assessment. 

These are a combination of rapid-fire tools and specific tools. 

Rapid-fire Tools Offer: 

  1. The network detective – Used for IT network assessments, and reporting. 
  2. Audit guru – Used for compliance process automation 
  3. Cyber hawk – Used for internal cybersecurity threat detection.

Some Purposes For Using Specific Tools Are For:   

  1. Network performance issues 
  2. Security assessments 
  3. Capacity/storage issues 
  4. When a number of networks are being used in multiple locations 

Demakis Technologies always offers the best MSP for your money.  

Network Infrastructure Design 

Network infrastructure design is very crucial for the smooth and efficient functioning of your network. You need a network infrastructure design because it helps to reduce work accumulation and increase performance by making segments of the network. 

Basically, there are three parts of network infrastructure design that you need to pay close attention to.  They are: 

  1. Ethernet Network Infrastructure Design 
  2. Segmentation 
  3. Selecting a network solution 

Network Audit:  

A network audit is an evaluation of an existing network, which includes hardware, software, configuration, and security. 

Why the Network Audit? 

A network audit evaluates your present state of network and figures out the potential cyber attack entry path. It is necessary to protect your business against cyberattacks, hence increasing the need for a network audit. 

Data Backup and Recovery Services 

Data backup and its recovery are very crucial for a business as you may need to access any information at any given time. The information is the foundation of your business through which you operate which in case of any disastrous situation, all your data would be sabotaged. Your IT service provider should be able to help you with disaster recovery services through which you can recover your lost data. 

Managed Services Agreement 

A Managed Services Agreement is an agreement between the managed services provider and the client, stating the various services offered, the payment models, service levels, interoperability, scalability, third-party services, liability, exclusion of consequential losses, intellectual property considerations, and security.  

Managed SIEM providers 

An SIEM is a Security Information and Event Management provider.  You need to choose the best SIEM for your business and that would be Demakis Technologies! We provide various IT services, including the services mentioned above at affordable prices and with excellent customer reviews. 

Conclusion: 

Network Assessment, Network Audit, and SIEM are all basic requirements for your business to function hassle-free and to boost productivity while also boosting the security of your network. It’s always best to have these services present to protect you and your business from any potential threats. 

If you’d like to learn more about Network Assessment, reach out to us here at Demakis Technologies

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