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Net56 uses a project management approach using PMI standards to create a risk assessment plan to identify, manage and assess potential risks before implementing a network information plan

A Project Management Approach

There is always some degree of uncertainty in any implementation project. That’s why we take every step possible to ensure that you are selecting the best solutions designed specifically for your organization.

We understand that business solutions should not be categorized into “one-size-fits-all.” That’s why Net56 is a boutique provider of IT and Network solutions; you have the ability to pick and choose a variety of solutions that best fit the needs of your organization based on risk and budget.

ness and to provide staff with practice.

Step 1 - Questionnaire

A simple 20 question form used as a discovery tool to understand more about the types of problems (big or small) your organization is experiencing. We also ask about the mission and vision of your organization, as our solutions are developed to meet your overall goals, step by step.

Step 2 - Risk Assessment

Our risk assessment process is detailed and requires an investment of time to complete accurately. It involves identifying all systems, users and processes used in your daily operations. With this process, we are able to identify those systems at the most risk to your organization. You will be better equipped to manage your risks and have an established plan in place in the end.

Step 3 - Disaster Recovery Plan

A disaster recovery plan is developed around the likelihood that a disaster could and WILL happen. Your Disaster Recovery Plan needs to be comprehensive and sufficiently detailed to allow your organization to restore all Information Technology services quickly.

Not all systems can be recovered from backed up data; therefore, it is essential to have an effective disaster recovery plan that will assist with preventing, identifying and recovering losses in your organization’s systems.

An effective Disaster Recovery Plan identifies recovery point objectives and recovery time objectives for all identified systems. The disaster recovery plan needs to be tested periodically to evaluate its effectiveness and to provide staff with practice.