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Let MIBAR review your current IT infrastructure and provide a free assessment and roadmap document

When you schedule a free IT infrastructure assessment with MIBAR.net, you will experience a one-on-one conversation with a certified IT professional, followed by either an on-site or remote site visit.  Following our sessions, we will deliver an infrastructure assessment document, outlining a summary of our findings, as well as our recommendations and roadmap.  During our assessment we will review:

Security

  • Firewall – Evaluation of current intrusion prevention, malware protection and content filtering
  • Antispam/Antivirus protection assessment

Servers

  • Performance evaluation
  • High level health check and event monitoring
  • Warranty status
  • Assess patch management strategy
  • Application support status

E-Mail/Cloud

  • Review of current messaging platform, Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Google, POP3/IMAP

Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Strategy

  • Assess gaps and risks in current strategy to minimize RPO & RTO and overall business risk
    • Recovery Point Objective (RPO) – Maximum period in which data might be lost due to unexpected IT outage
    • Recovery Time Objective (RTO) – Targeted time after a disaster in which production must be restored

And More…

Wait! Before You GoWould you like to talk to a business software expert to answer your questions?

When you schedule a free consultation with MIBAR, you will experience a one-on-one conversation with a business technology expert who is passionate about understanding your unique needs or issues. Schedule a free consultation today at the link below or give us a call at (212) 869-9300.

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