What if you found out that your employees were sending private and confidential patient data over email? Or if you were paying for three different Internet services and wasting money every month? When we run technology audits, these are the types of things we find happening in Las Vegas businesses.
If you run a law practice, accounting or financial services firm or any professional service, you must comply with industry and government regulations. And if you don’t know what’s going on in your IT network, noncompliance could ruin your business.
Unfortunately, many organizations don’t know that they’re compromised until a breach occurs. A technology audit plays a vital role to evaluate your business’s information security and strategies, and to determine if you need to improve your level of protection and monitoring.
What about the money you’re spending on duplicate services? Do you even know what you’re paying for? Is the technology you use aligned to your strategic goals?
For these reasons and others, you need regular IT Audits.
It’s a thorough examination and evaluation of your company’s technology infrastructure, operations, and policies. They determine whether you have the proper IT controls in place to protect your assets and ensure data security. Is your technology is aligned with your overall business goals?
Technology audits provide you with a comprehensive report outlining what components of your IT system could malfunction, be at risk, potentially cause disruptions and downtime, or be losing you money and productivity.
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There’s much more to learn and know. But when armed with answers to the right questions, and by leveraging best practices in the use of information technology, your business can prosper and thrive.
For more information about technology audits, contact the team at Epic IT Group.
In the meantime, stay up-to-date about technology and what you need to know to use it to the benefit of your business in Las Vegas. Here are some examples of what you’ll find in our Resource Library:
Communication—this is so important for the proper running of any business; however, it is even more essential for law firms where the stakes are arguably much higher.
End-Of-Life Vs. End-Of-Sale The end of a product’s lifecycle can mean trouble for companies that haven’t prepared for the inevitable. If your organization uses specific products on a daily basis, you may find it difficult to keep up with the different dates revolving around these products’ unique life cycles.
Studies conducted by CareerBuilder Harris Poll in the US showed that at least 22 minutes a day are wasted by an average worker dealing with IT-related issues.