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Network Planning & Design


The Technical Consultancy Service is designed to assist clients to take advantage of the latest infrastructure advances while avoiding the pitfalls associated with early adoption of new technology. The challenge facing many clients is how to securely share corporate information across the enterprise and use it to collaborate with clients and suppliers. The consultancy expertise gained in the successful deployment of local, wide area and virtual private networks (VPN’s) assists in achieving these aims.

The services consist of network audit, network design, feasibility studies, ad hoc assignments and network deployment & upgrades. In many cases, these are undertaken while working with hard pressed IT departments. These can no longer afford to recruit and retain resources with the breath of skills to keep abreast of increasingly complex new technology. This is exacerbated by the increasing support demands of the PC user base that are now reliant on workstation technology to perform their day-to-day tasks. The service details are as follows:

Network Audit
This popular service puts a stake in the ground on the efficiency and security of the current infrastructure. For a full description, click here.

Network Design
The network design service is aimed at taking a strategic view on both the short and longer aims of the organisation and devising a network and communications infrastructure solution that meets the growth objectives. The service evaluates alternative approaches prior to recommending the most suitable option based on technical and financial grounds. The deliverable is a report highlighting the various options considered, the design of the preferred network in graphic format and financial investment required on the recommended solution.

Feasibility Studies
These studies are frequently aimed at assessing alternative possible solutions to meet a specific requirement. They are usually designed to evaluate both the technical feasibility and financial implications of alternative approaches prior to committing to one route. Typical projects include evaluation of thin client technology, radio and remote communications, voice over IP and VPN options. The project can involve building of a simulated solution and projecting the implications of a wider adoption. The deliverable can be a working prototype accompanied by a report explaining the pros & cons of the various solutions.

Network Deployment & Upgrades
Network Deployment & Upgrades are services that require detailed planning to ensure minimal disruption to the end users. The mission critical nature of the servers that meet the information needs of end users means that companies are unable to close down these services during normal working hours. To meet this need, Anglia Business Solutions provides weekend deployment and upgrade services. The objective is to ensure that users arrive at their desks on the following Monday to commence work immediately.

Ad-Hoc Assignments
The ad-hoc assignment service is used to supply clients with skilled technical resources to perform a specific task either outside of their areas of expertise or to augment their current resource pool. Typical tasks include providing holiday cover for internal resources, assistance with server or workstation roll-outs, installation of new software facilities, recovery from a damaging virus attack or general trouble shooting. Such tasks are usually performed on a time and materials basis against agreed task based criteria and the work signed off against daily time sheets.

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