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Network Audit

Did you know that for most businesses; Information Technology is the second-largest budget item after employees?

The objective of a Network Audit is to assess the network architecture and design from a management perspective and to determine if adequate mechanisms are in place and operating effectively.

The need to audit is a necessity and should not be considered as a maybe. Understanding the infrastructure of your network is paramount to the design and architecture of your environment.

Network architecture refers to the layout of the network infrastructure, consisting of the hardware, software, connectivity, communication protocols and mode of transmission, such as wired or wireless.

Design planning must be supported by data which is accurate and easy to interpret. IT anywhere have simplified the process and created reports that can be understood by all levels of management.

Whether you have an internal IT department or outsourced support a 3rd party audit will provide an impartial view of the status of your network.

Do you want accurate data and reports that support these decisions?

IT Anywhere Network Audit

What we do:

Diagnose Network

Diagnose weaknesses and assess network vulnerability

What you get:

Detailed Report

6-page executive summary including a 72-page detailed report

Your 72-page detailed report includes:

Overall Score

A snapshot of your network status designed for decision makers

Hardware Asset Report

Workstations, laptops, servers, routers, printers

Software Inventory Report

Applications installed across entire network

Server and Network Warranty

Downtime of mission critical devices

Workstation, Laptop and Mobile Warranty

Maintain access to expedited resolutions and repair components


Overview of installed Antivirus and if there is adequate version control in place

Windows Patching

A review of coverage and whether the devices are up to date

Third Party Patching

A review of coverage and whether the devices are up to date

Data Protection

Overview of installed backup solutions discovered

Business Service Availability

Representation of the uptime of critical applications in your environment

Network Reliability

Critical hardware in your environment such as firewalls, routers and key servers


Review of the server infrastructure based on its average resource consumption

Workstations & Laptops

Review of workstations based on their average resource consumption


Audit identifies potential non-compliance areas according to the GDPR/POPI Act