OmniScan Network Assessment

Is your network running slow?

Concerned about security vulnerabilities?

Not convinced if your technology provider is managing your infrastructure correctly?

Maybe you simply wonder what you don’t know about your current IT setup.

Whatever your reason, Apogee is ready to help with OmniScan, a free network assessment that gives us in-depth understanding of the state of your IT.



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OmniScan is a tool that scans your network securely in an average between 30-60 minutes*, evaluating your network and infrastructure at macro and micro levels. Our technologists process the results, produce a customized report, and present the findings at an in-person meeting, which we schedule at a mutually convenient time.

At the meeting we’ll share the OmniScan report in detail, including the complete list of assets we scanned, an issues summary, security report for network and endpoint (devices), risks, inefficiencies, and recommendations moving forward.

*Based on the size and complexity of your network. Larger environments can take significantly longer for scans.


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OmniScan is perfect for small and medium-sized businesses with 20-400 employees or regular computer users that:

  • Don’t use a managed services provider (MSP) currently but are experiencing IT issues

  • Use an MSP but aren’t 100% satisfied

  • Are concerned about their current security efforts

  • Want to expose anything in their current IT setup that isn’t as good as it could be

  • Are interested in learning how using an MSP can use technology to take their business to the next level



How to Get OmniScan

Scheduling a free OmniScan network assessment with Apogee is simple. All you need to do is complete the form at the right or call us at 844-927-6433.






Our senior network engineer will launch the scanning utility on your network remotely. All information we gather will remain secure and private. We won’t have any access to your personal information, and you as a client will type in any and all network credentials.