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IT Infrastructure Assessment

IT Infrastructure Assessments involve a health check of your IT, providing you with the information you need to better understand your IT infrastructure, make informed decisions, avoid future problems and develop IT strategies.

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So, what do we mean by IT Infrastructure Assessment?

IT Infrastructure Assessment refers to the process of evaluating various aspects of your organisation's IT systems, processes and infrastructure.

The goal of this assessment is to gather insights and data about the current state of your IT to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. This information helps you make informed decisions about your IT strategy and where investment is required to make improvements.

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Benefits of IT Infrastructure Assessment


Identification of gaps & weaknesses

Assessments help identify vulnerabilities, inefficiencies, and areas where the IT infrastructure might be lacking. This enables organisations to address these issues proactively and enhance their overall IT security and performance.


Cost optimisation

By understanding the current IT landscape and identifying areas where efficiency can be improved, organisations can cut unnecessary costs, streamline processes, and avoid unnecessary expenses.


Optimised resource allocation

Through third-party validation, you can get confirmation that your IT resources (such as hardware, software, and personnel) are being effectively utilised. If required, Nviron can also advise how to further streamline operations.


Strategic planning

An IT assessment provides valuable insights that can inform the development of a strategic IT roadmap. Organisations can align their IT goals with their overall business objectives, ensuring that IT initiatives support the larger business strategy.

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Frequently asked questions

An IT infrastructure assessment thoroughly reviews and analyses an organisation's information technology systems and operations. This process involves evaluating various components of the IT environment, including hardware, software, network resources, and data management practices.

IT infrastructure consists of interdependent elements, primarily grouped into hardware and software. Hardware relies on software, such as operating systems, to function. Operating systems manage system resources and hardware and connect software applications with physical resources through networking components.

The primary objectives of an IT infrastructure assessment are essential for several key reasons:


  • Identifying the current state and needs of the organisation: This involves understanding the performance of the existing IT infrastructure and evaluating its ability to meet current and future business needs.


  • Risk management: This helps identify security vulnerabilities and compliance concerns and proposes measures to mitigate these issues.


  • Performance optimisation: This aims to pinpoint areas for improvement to enhance system performance and efficiency.


  • Strategic alignment: This ensures that the IT infrastructure aligns with the organisation's overall strategic direction and objectives.

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