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US Signal Launches Technology Assessments To Help Organizations Plan For Effective IT Deployments

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by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “US Signal, a leading end-to-end IT solutions provider, today announced the launch of its Technology Assessments. Designed to provide an objective, vendor-neutral analysis of a company’s IT resources, practices and processes, the Technology Assessments deliver an overview of a company’s technology-based strengths and weaknesses, while also benchmarking against same sector organizations. The assessments are carried out by a team of US Signal technology experts with extensive experience in IT service assessment and solution building.”

The release goes on, “The Technology Assessments begin with an open and frank workshop with key customer stakeholders. This enables US Signal experts to understand and assess an organization’s current IT resources and processes. In addition, the workshops enable US Signal experts to review a customer’s short- and long-term business and technology objectives and to map current and future technology assets to those objectives. A gap analysis is also conducted and a corresponding actionable roadmap produced to identify the technology and processes needed to best meet those goals.”

It adds, “US Signal’s Technology Assessments are available in three focus areas: (1) Data Protection: Business recovery objectives, risk management, disaster recovery planning, disaster recovery practices, backup and restoration and data archival. (2) Information Security: Data governance, identity and access management, operational administration, organizational structure, risk management, physical security, control plane security and data plane security. (3) IT Benchmarking: Business planning, enterprise architecture, emerging technologies, infrastructure development and operations, application development, project management, IT finance, quality assurance, end-user support maintenance.”

Read more at PRweb.

Photo credit: US Signal

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