IT Infrastructure Audit

Today’s, IT requires a comprehensive and a programmatic approach. Securing an enterprise business goes beyond implementing firewall rules, anti-virus software and data backup solutions. Infrastructure Audit provides insights of existing infrastructure’s present problems and future readiness, especially when new application roll outs are planned.

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An Infrastructure Security Audit evaluates the security of a company’s information system by measuring how well it conforms to a set of established criteria. DigitalTrack’s IT infrastructure Auditing has been responsible for building out and upgrading a number of information technology infrastructure projects for several enterprises.It benefits enterprises of all types by identifying certain underutilized pieces of data center equipment that can be repurposed or retired depending on the need.

DigitalTrack’s IT infrastructure services and Infrastructure Audit services gives a clear view of current manageability and the technological options that takes an enterprise to a higher level. The consultants have vast experience in delivering security solutions and audits for current environment and make recommendations for any changes needed to network, hardware, configuration or operations. The IT consulting staff at DigitalTrack are trained for assessment of network, data center, compute, storage and security solutions.

The Infrastructure audit assess the IT management system to understand the development prospects of enterprise IT infrastructure, information systems and IT services to derive maximum application efficiency. DigitalTrack’s IT infrastructure audit maintains data integrity and operates as efficiently as possible. It quickly assess the state of enterprise network configuration and gathers detailed information and provides recommendations for upgrades and best practices for improving network operations.

“Companies that derive value from A.I. are more likely to integrate their A.I. strategy with their overall corporate strategy.”

MIT Sloan