RE: Work in progress

  • From: "Colin Hammond" <staff-cah@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 16:28:52 +0100

Easy, employ another consultant.

Now I know that's a flippant comment but unless you have the time and
expertise inhouse, how else are you going to know?

Colin Hammond
IT Operations Officer
Thanet College
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene Sibbs [mailto:gensib@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: 14 June 2005 15:50
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Work in progress[Scanned]

...I might be off par!!!

We employed the services of an independent body to design, document and 
rollout the following technologies:

1.      Active Directory
2.      Exchange 2003 EE - Clustered
3.      File Server - Clustered
4.      ISA Server 2004 FW
5.      SMS
6.      MOM 2005 + HP Insight Manager
7.      WSUS
8.      Client Computers - Windows XP
9.      Antivirus - Symantec Corp EE
10.     VoIP - Nortel Network
11.     Backup Solution - Veritus NetBackup
12.     SAN

Frankly, the document this body is dishing to us is 114% well done!!!
the beauty of it all is that the project is progressing exceptional
well, we 
are now approaching handover stage.

As a business we are trying to avoid any problems and we want to start 
auditing and TESTing to make sure that Technological Solution already 
deployed - aligns exactly with the design documents and the hardware is 
identically spec ed accordingly.

Any pointers on how we can accomplish this?

Suggestions, contractive criticism plus comments welcome.

Many thanks...


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