A network assessment plays an essential role in planning for new network installation or upgrades as well as troubleshooting existing ones. Not having an accurate picture of your network’s capabilities and issues can pose serious problems to your business.
Businesses frustrated by network issues can also greatly benefit from our free network assessment.
Email us at and we will contact you immediately to schedule a free comprehensive assessment of your computer network.
The assessment will uncover any underlying network problems, unknown computers or devices on your network and any security holes between your private data and the internet.
Why We Offer Free Network Assessments
You are probably asking yourself why we perform network assessments at no cost and with no obligation to businesses, government agencies and non-profit organisations?
The simple truth is that nine out of 10 computer networks that we analyse has a potentially serious problem sitting undetected, waiting to create a data disaster. And we have the technology that allows us to uncover these issues with a non-invasive scan that usually takes less than 30 minutes to complete. We do not install any software or diagnostic monitoring agents or other third party software packages.
There’s absolutely no cost to you or obligation to engage our experts. But we know that if we find a serious problem hiding on your network, you’ll want to take immediate action to correct it, and you might need our help. If so, we’ll provide you with a quote to remedy the situation. It’s as simple as that.
How the Free Network Assessment Service Works
Step 1. Email us at or call 03 8320 5188
Step 2. We’ll contact you to schedule an appointment to visit your offices, and complete a privacy statement assuring you that your sensitive data will be kept absolutely 100% confidential.
Step 3. We’ll run our network scan right through your domain server. No software installation required. No disruption of work for your employees.
Step 4. We’ll return to our office with the raw scan data and run it through our diagnostic software.
Step 5. We’ll produce a comprehensive and confidential written report that summarises everything we captured, along with recommendations for remediating any issues we uncover.
Step 6. We’ll schedule a follow up telephone meeting to discuss the report and determine if you need any additional assistance or services from The Right IT. Whether or not you elect to engage our services, the Network Assessment Report is yours to keep without cost or obligation.
About Our Revolutionary Technology
The Right IT employs a new approach using technology that is designed specifically for this purpose. Our minimally invasive software requires no agents to install. We simply run a small executable file on your domain server, and are able to dive into the core configuration history files to extract literally hundreds of pages of user access data, security groups, computers, services, MSSQL servers, web servers and more. Usually the network scan itself takes 30 minutes or less, but the actual scan time may vary depending upon the size and nature of your network.
Once the scan is complete, we run the results through our proprietary diagnostic software which confidentially compares your system against industry benchmarks and best practices, and flags any potential risks to your business. We analyse the results and generate a report that includes our recommendations based on the findings.
Is Your Company At Risk? Find Out For FREE
Even if our network assessment yields no surprises, isn’t it worth a check just for the peace-of-mind you’ll get knowing that your network and your company are safe and secure?
If we do uncover a potential issue, you’ll have all the information you need to remediate it – whether you use your internal resources, bring in your trusted IT advisor, or invite us to provide you with a quote for our services.
Please contact us today to arrange for a free, no-obligation assessment of your existing network environment. We will evaluate your situation, provide you with a written report of our findings, and offer our best recommendations on what to do next.