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Infrastructure Acquisition Checklist


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adams0423

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Hello,
I work for a manufacturing company in the US. Our company has just purchased a European company, and we are going to be integrating them into our own. I am part of a team that is going to get an initial look at their Infrastructure. I'm working on a questionairre that I will complete during my visit, summarizing PC data (speed, memory, hdd space, applications, etc) server data (same), printers, routers, switches, etc.

Has anyone come across a similar list that I could compile with my exisitng one?

Our company is about 8000 strong, and the other company is about 2000 (so we are dealing with large amounts of data to collect).

Thanks for any help you can offer.

David
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http://www.google.co...s...ist&spell=1 quick google search
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I tried something like this, but the results seem to be for companies acquiring equipment (purchasing, rather than acquiring through our means)...





http://www.google.co...s...ist&spell=1 quick google search


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