IT Project Planning
As part of our full consulting services, GSC Consultants, offers complete IT Project Planning. This process is for businesses facing network errors in which the root cause of these errors can’t be identified. To provide you with quality solutions, we execute the following steps to get your network up and running properly.
Step 1: Network Assessment
The Network Assessment is the most important phase of the 3-Step Plan. This is the step where GCS Consultants identifies the problem areas on your network. We analyze your entire network. This includes the network topography, local and wide area connections, and security. Once this assessment is complete, we meet with you to review our findings and make recommendations (if necessary).
Step 2: Implementation
During this phase, GCS Consultants implements the corrective measures required. This usually involves some configuration adjustments, as well as new hardware or software. Once these corrective measures have been put in place, you will realize more uptime than you had in the past. The benefits of the implementation phase translate into more productivity for both the network and your employees, which improves overall efficiency.
Step 3: Maintenance
Ongoing maintenance is imperative to the smooth operation of your network. After the corrections have been implemented on your network, we reach the maintenance phase. Once we reach this phase, your network will be in a much more stable environment than before. The dynamic nature of a network also requires that you take pro-active measures to maintain its integrity. Automated network maintenance functions are in place at this time. Optional real-time 24×7 network and server monitoring should be implemented at this time as part of your total protection.
To maintain this stability, we also assist in project planning and implementation as well. You most likely will have different technology needs in the future than you have right now. Our project planning services will help keep costs to a minimum while maximizing your network’s reliability.