Chances are, your IT environment has developed gradually and most likely not documented.  Over time, problems can emerge: performance gaps, redundancies, inefficiencies and unintended information silos take form.  It can be very difficult, however, to see what is and isn’t working.  Without this perspective it’s difficult to know where to invest your limited IT resources.

Structured Technologies has developed a comprehensive, no-nonsense set of tools we call our Information Technology Assessment (ITA).  We conduct a thorough, in-depth review of all of your critical technology areas, evaluate them against best practices and provide you with a road map to better leverage your IT as a competitive advantage.

Knowing your company’s status helps you invest more wisely.

The Structured Technologies Information Technology Assessment employs an industry standards scoring system that we call strategic network health index, which is an easy to understand metric that measures each critical IT functions.  This index makes it simple to identify your IT strengths and weaknesses, and analyzes an expansive range of IT functional areas, including:

  • Technology Management: planning, support and documentation
  • Network Topology: design, cable plant and Internet connectivity
  • Network Security: firewall, perimeter, physical and wireless security
  • Server Infrastructure: hardware, operating systems and storage
  • Network Services: directory services, administrative policies, remote access and redundancy
  • Network Applications: communication, collaboration and financial management
  • Cloud Services
  • PC Fleet

After we’ve completed our review, we’ll present you with a detailed report that presents the current state of your technology, and offers detailed recommendations for areas requiring improvement, ranked by priority.

Each assessment is a unique and concentrated effort that includes an on-site consultation and data collection, the report itself (comprising your specific Network Health Index, analyses, best practices, recommendations and budgetary information) and a full in-person presentation