Our IT assessment and implementation processes are completely personalized based on your business goals, clients, and associated security needs. Long-term implementation plans do not have to be daunting. Riomar Group breaks down this journey into scalable steps prioritized by urgency so you can be equipped with what you need, faster.
Once you outline what your day-to-day operations are like—and where you see potential for automation and centralization of services—we take those needs and fill in the gaps to identify areas of automation that you may not have thought possible. We will audit and analyze your existing technology and security infrastructure to begin building exactly the level you need.
We are firm believers in the maxim “measure twice, cut once.” Our solutions and implementation plans are mapped out in detail; all aspects of the plan are reviewed by members of our team as well as your own to ensure alignment. We strive for a phased rollout approach to ensure that corporate operations are not disrupted by the changes.
Whenever possible, we follow a resilience architecture design. Over the years we have seen massive events that have interrupted—and even wiped out—business operations. We have distilled those events to basic categories, and our system architecture accounts for redundancy and continuity in most situations, ultimately mitigating system failure.
Change control procedures are employed at all aspects of deployment, and are strictly adhered to. These ensure that changes will not affect your company’s operations; if needed, changes can also easily be rolled back.
Wherever possible, changes to existing infrastructure are executed in a lab environment similar to your existing environment. In this manner, we can develop comprehensive migration plans that will minimize the impact to your operations.
New infrastructure elements are planned such that they graft seamlessly into your enterprise.
Quality Assurance & Knowledge Transfer
Following deployment, we work closely with your team to preemptively identify any unforeseen bugs and to ensure that the new systems are being fully exploited by your users.
In addition, it is our intention that your company should be as self-sufficient as you would like it to be. As such, we provide detailed knowledge transfer in the form of training (e.g., cyber threat training scenarios, skills building exercises) and thorough documentation.