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Assessment & health reports

Boolean Array’s SharePoint assessment services will enable you to execute your plans for success with precision and confidence. In any company, a baseline is an important starting point for all parties to agree upon and shape future plans. Boolean Array’s SharePoint assessment is that baseline.


Because of the breadth of work that Boolean Array’s senior-level SharePoint administrators perform on a daily basis, they are ideal experts at leading the effort to conduct a detailed analysis of your SharePoint environment. Whether you have a small environment that can be assessed in one day or a large complex environment that requires a team of experts diving into the details for months, Boolean Array can provide key insights, short- and long-term recommendations, optimization opportunities and information on alternative approaches to your environment.

A Typical SharePoint Assessment Includes:


Before launch of an assessment, discovery interviews are conducted to connect with any staff involved in the design and implementation of any changes in the SharePoint environment. During this phase, Boolean Array reviews:


  • Current environment details, such as usage peaks and valleys, concurrent sessions, index usage, etc.

  • Backup and fault tolerance strategy

  • Platform and hardware details

  • Information on supported applications, web parts and apps

  • Security measures

  • Recent problem history

  • Running of SharePoint tools and scripts to analyze farm configuration, data and report on blockage, I/O contention, resource content, long-running operations, etc.

After the interviews, Boolean Array documents and analyzes what it learned in the discovery phase. Further remote access may be required within your environment, in compliance with your security policies, in order to complete the assessment.

The Final SharePoint Assessment Provides:


  • A detailed view of the current environment

  • Recommendations for improvements and efficiencies for the current environment, both physical and virtual

  • Performance improvement recommendations on the current environment

  • Recommendations on how to approach DR alternatives.


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