ISC professionals are trained in the use of state-of-the-art Automated Infrastructure Management (AIM) software solutions that are tailored to the specific requirements of an organization’s needs.
imVision is an AIM system designed to access a network infrastructure offering real-time visibility and control over a network layout. imVision manages the physical layer of a network that includes cables, panels, and outlet components, while monitoring changes in the system to help troubleshoot problems. This ensures everything runs smoothly and efficiently.
imVision AIM solutions offer support to organizations by offering the following capabilities:
- Documentation: imVision maps the network’s physical layer, documents which components are linked and where each is situated. This simplifies planning for network expansions or modifications.
- Automated Discovery: imVision recognizes and documents new devices when connected to the network by identifying physical layer modifications such as cable relocation or disconnection.
- Troubleshooting: imVision monitors the network’s physical layout to aid with troubleshooting, and should an issue arise, offer data of the physical setup that could locate the problem.
- Security: imVision solutions provide an added layer of network security, recognizing an unauthorized device linked to the network, that then alerts the technology department.
- Compliance: imVision participates in compliance efforts by supplying records that demonstrate the network’s physical layer is being effectively managed and observed.
- imVision uses hardware such as sensors and software to monitor network changes. This data often integrates with other tools to give a comprehensive view of the network’s health and efficiency.
Structured Cabling Services primary focus is on designing, planning, installing, and training clients’ in-house staff for low voltage operations in data centers. The goal of these services is to ensure that the data center runs efficiently, and securely, while minimizing downtime and expanding hardware lifespan. These systems play a vital role in ensuring the efficient and safe operation of data centers.
After the client approves the design packages, the ISC team drives the RFP and vendor selection process. ISC experts collaborate with an organization’s internal project leaders to document the low voltage requirements needed within the data center and surrounding spaces. Coordinating technology requirements in the data center involves working with project architects, engineers, and third-party vendors. Patch schedules, rack elevations, and room readiness assessments are prepared by ISC and vendors ahead of equipment and cutover activities. The project is wrapped up by reviewing as-built, training, and warranty information with the client after test results have been completed. Inspection of the data center systems is essential for a smooth, efficient, and secure operation.
Our client’s renovated 83,250 sq ft building for utility service required a structured cable design, a request for proposal (RFP), and construction administration.
A detailed comprehensive structured cable plan was developed through collaboration with multiple service providers, third-party vendors, IT, and facilities.
The design integrated fiber optic and copper backbone cables, as well as Category 6A cables, to establish connections between workstations, wireless access points, and security cameras.
ISC prepared and sent bid documents to four vendors, evaluated their submissions, and assisted in the contractor selection.
Administration services were provided by ISC throughout the construction process, working alongside the chosen contractor to achieve successful completion.
Relocations & New Construction
ISC provides affordable solutions with preventive technical assistance and expert customer service. Our Technical Service verifies your organization’s technology runs as designed while we manage, monitor, and safeguard your information systems. We use the best tools available for reliable network management, and a team of experienced professionals for end-user support, field engineers, and technical project specialists.
Technology Relocation Project Management
Reduces expenditures, boosts efficiency, and detects vulnerable systems. At ISC we have the expertise required for a technology relocation to be successful.
ISC has developed a proven process for keeping technology relocations on time and within budget.
Our team of experienced technology relocation professionals has crafted a successful strategy to help with technology transfers in a variety of sectors, including commercial, pharmaceutical, banking, finance, healthcare, and higher education.
Oftentimes, the IT departments in organizations aren’t knowledgeable or equipped enough to plan for and handle a technology relocation, which is usually delegated to a part-time employee while the IT of the business remains operational.
ISC has a full-time staff dedicated to technology relocation who are responsible for planning, organizing, and carrying out IT relocations to completion.
Relocation Design Service
ISC design service provides assurance that your design is financially viable.
Our team of consultants collaborate with your organization, the project architect, and engineers to review that all technical spaces and requirements are well-arranged in the building, and within your budget.
Integral Systems Corp experts manage the RFP and vendor selection process after the design packages are prepared.
The remainder of the engagement will be maintained by contract administration and project management.
Once the contract is awarded, ISC partners with chosen vendors to create a patch and pull schedule, rack heights, and room readiness assessments ahead of any equipment and transitioning activities.
As part of the project closeout, we provide the client a summary of all test results, as-built configurations, training, and warranty information.
Relocation Construction Coordination
A seamless technology relocation requires proper planning and coordination of construction.
The technology relocation specialists at ISC possess the expertise to construct and implement these systems.
The ISC technology relocation team represents IT in the project meetings. The role of ISC is to manage the vendors and follow through on all the tasks that need to be completed before relocating employees into the new location.
ISC finds it is imperative that IT has representation in construction meetings that are largely focused on topics not related to IT.
Without the necessary information, or not being present at a meeting to call attention to significant IT requirements can result in costly change orders and the potential for some systems to lose capabilities.
ISC technology relocation experts are responsible for managing tasks, keeping track of open items, controlling budget data, and keeping the project schedule updated.
By leveraging ISC’s expertise, clients can focus on their organization’s daily operations, while the relocation team verifies the work is carried out as planned and upholds quality standards.
Relocation Evaluation and Planning
A thorough evaluation and plan of action are essential for a successful technology relocation.
To transfer an organization’s technology from one location to another requires the coordination of multiple systems, from voice to networking to storage and beyond, and this requires extensive planning.
ISC creates a comprehensive technology relocation preparedness assessment, then constructs a plan tailored to the unique requirements of your organization.
This plan includes overall objectives, potential risks, opportunities to update technology, the capability to simplify systems, a timeline, necessary resources, and a budget summary.
The experts at ISC will assist you in avoiding the common errors made when a company’s internal team is organizing a relocation.
Capitalizing on our expertise to devise an appropriate budget and timeline at the initial stages of a technology relocation is the key to success.
Making use of ISC technology relocation experts to assess and plan your organization’s next move will save time, money, and decrease risks.
The headquarters of a legal firm had a very aggressive schedule to relocate their office, which included migration of the current on-premises voice office solution.
We coordinated the IT aspects of the relocation and provided guidance to modify their existing WAN (Wide Area Network) infrastructure. Following this, the ISC team drafted an RFP for cloud-based voice services, helped select a provider, and successfully migrated the shift from the on-site system. Additionally, ISC assisted the client in transferring their on-site applications and storage platforms to a private cloud.