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Why Your Business Needs a Network Audit

Software and software versions
Licenses
Data back-up
Routers & switches
Security applications
Firewall functionality
Anti-virus and anti-spam protection
Processors
RAM (memory).
System performance.
VoIP systems functionality.
Hard drives & devices.
Back-up power.
Underperforming equipment.
Hardware & software inventory.

Your computer systems, your network and your software are critical to the successful operation of your business. When your network comes to a screeching halt, so can your business. In any economic climate, the success of your business depends on the health of your computer network.

With the information provided from a professional IT Audit, you can look into any potential future problems and take corrective action now. The business owner can improve system reliability by implementing enhanced security, replacing hardware or installing software upgrades.

State and Federal governments are enacting new security regulations for business network systems. A network auditsize > will highlight areas of non-compliance.

As part of a service agreement with a Managed Service Provider such as BCS/CallProcessing, monitoring software is installed on your network. 24/7 remote monitoring will highlight problems that can be readily addressed before a costly and disastrous system failure occurs. A business owner can be assured that hardware and software are functioning at optimum level, and that all is in compliance.

Your computer systems, your network and your software are critical to the successful operation of your business. Most networks are not installed as a whole into a business, but rather are built up and cobbled together over a period of time. A network auditsize will analyze your entire business network infrastructure to determine the health of your network. Auditing a network will give a business owner a detailed overview of the status of the software, security and hardware features within the network. State and Federal governments are enacting new security regulations for business network systems.

Most networks are not installed as a whole into a business, but rather are built up and cobbled together over a period of time. A network auditsize will analyze your entire business network infrastructure to determine the health of your network. Auditing a network will give a business owner a detailed overview of the status of the software, security and hardware features within the network.