How Our Auditing Services Help
- Understand your existing setup- Unfortunately systems aren’t always very well documented. You could be part of the new management or perhaps you’ve acquired a new company. Whatever the case, we’re here to help
- Optimize Performance- Slow system, network issues, high data volume etc. These are but a small percentage of all the possible variables which could be affecting the performance of your system.
- Reduce IT support issues- Let us help you implement uniformity and standardization across your system in a way which will drastically reduce the frequency of your IT support and thus removing a dependency.
- Security- Anti-virus implementation, network penetration testing, backdoor mitigation as well as a number of other security tools which your business would benefit from greatly
- Get the best from your systems- Learn and grow from the results of our audit. Run your business better
Our Auditing Process Typically Follows 3 Distinct Stages
A qualified senior member of our technical team will meet with you to fully understand how your business works, what your functional requirements are as well as work with you to realize what you wish to achieve from the audit process. They will also work to gain an in depth understanding of your current technical standpoint as well as perform gap analysis(to determine what is required to bring you from your current stage to your final one)
2. Performance of the Audit
Our qualified team will then put your system through it’s paces, figuring out where your system excels and where it suffers.
3. Presentation of reports and findings We will then produce a detailed report of our findings and outline the current position of your ICT systems, identifying any shortfalls and risks, and optionally suggest possible future improvements. This can identify whether or not, for example, everything is operating efficiently, your assets are safe, and whether ICT is contributing to your business objectives.
What We Can Do:
-Adheres to flexibility, and scalability best practices
-Prepped for physical office moves
-Supports business continuity and avoids disruption or disaster