What’s an IT Audit?Written on June 1, 2010
An audit you do want to go through….
Say the word “audit” and most people begin to have visions of gray-suited government types taking over the conference room with boxes of receipts and financial statements. That’s not us.
During an IT audit, we’re not checking to make sure that you’re adhering to some set of standard practices. Our goal is to evaluate the design and effectiveness of your IT infrastructure, especially your ability to protect information assets while also making it accessible to authorized users.
We’ll take a close look at:
- Your efficiency and security protocols
- Development processes
- IT governance or oversight
Your business objectives provide the compass for an IT audit. We seek out your key advantages and then define strategies that will help your business thrive. Address tomorrow’s issues today.
Technology advances so quickly these days that it can feel like a full-time job just to keep up. A well-planned audit looks at where your systems came from, how they can better operate today and what can be done to lay the groundwork for the future.
So if you’re waiting for the perfect time to take a close look at your IT systems, it really is now. There’s no way to predict the future, but you can plan for it.