IT Systems Audit & Advice
Are your IT systems effective as they could be?

IT Systems Audit for Swindon & Wiltshire Businesses

Have you reviewed your IT infrastructure recently? Are your IT Systems secure, efficient & communicating as they should? If in doubt we can let you know.

Unlike most IT support companies, as part of our Comprehensive IT Support, we are more than happy to give a free audit. Ensuring companies benefit from our advice and experience. Needless to say, that we will only ever give best advice as well as offering you solutions that fit with your budgetary requirements.
No one wants advice if it cost money or if there is a sale been sought at the end, that is why Systems Integration are more than happy to offer unbiased FREE advice.

For a free Audit, simply contact us and we will send one of experienced IT engineers, who will thoroughly check all your I.T. equipment, software, IT Security, storage and communications systems.

You tell us your requirements and we can tell you whether your equipment is fit for purpose. We will also give you advice on how to make savings and make your business become more efficient.

Book and audit and see what we do..

Firstly one of our experienced engineers will come to your place of business. If required we can give a complete audit of your entire infrastructure or if required we can concentrate on any part of your system that you believe is causing an issue or posing potentials problems.
Our engineer will thoroughly check the area and let you know of any possible solutions or modifications that may be required. At worst, you’ll have a roadmap to upgrading or modifying your systems to bring you greater efficiency or more functionality. All this done free of charge, so as a business that relies on your IT infrastructure, is it an opportunity that you can afford to pass up? Contact us now and see how Systems Integration can help you.

Examples of areas we are asked to check during our audits include:

  • Operating systems configurations
  • Application security controls
  • Anti-virus/Anti-malware controls
  • Network topology
  • IT privileged access control such as System Administrator or root access levels
  • IT processes in support of the system (e.g. user account reviews, change management)
  • Backup/Restore procedures
  • Firewall status and reliability
  • Equipment suitability
  • Cost effectiveness checks of current communication system

How an IT audit by Systems Integration can help your business

Identify any bad or lazy practises that may affect your business.

Ensure your It equipment can meet your needs.

Ensure your systems work for you and not the other way around.

Produce a full report for peace of mind.


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