Ensuring that your technology is fit for purpose, now and in the future.
Following the lockdowns and the return to the workplace many businesses are asking themselves whether their IT is fit for purpose. Some may have struggled to cope with remote working and others may be unsure what the future of their workplace technology needs to be. For this reason, EBC Group are offering organisations a free IT Audit, covering all their workplace technology.
If you answer no to any of the following questions an IT audit will help your business assess whether it has the right technology in place, both now and in the future.
- Is your IT Support able to support your flexible workforce?
- Were your team able to collaborate and work effectively during lockdown?
- Are you getting advice and value from your current IT provider?
- Is your technology fit for the new digital workplace?
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What is an IT Audit?
Think of it as a health check for your IT infrastructure. EBC Group’s highly trained team will take an in-depth look into all your systems, identifying both strengths and weaknesses in your existing set up.
The audit will include a complete examination of your software applications, hardware, security systems, operating systems and communication networks. The audit is designed to ensure that there aren't any errors in your systems that could leave your organisation vulnerable to cyber attacks.
EBC Group’s audit will analyse your data and our recommendations will be compiled into a report, showing where improvements can be made almog with any cost savings.
Organisations that have the right technology are able to work more effectively, grow quicker and have more satisifed customers and staff. EBC Group’s IT Audit can help give your IT infrastructure and technology the boost it needs to stay ahead of the competition, helping to streamline your business processes and save costs.
Through conducting technology audits we have been able to help organisations achieve their digital transformation goals, whilst also saving them money, for example; up to 40% on their printing costs, 50% on their lines and calls, and 60% on data storage.