Information Systems Audit, Software Audit, and IT Quality

If you are in business, it is sure that your company needs for parallel control in all the sectors particularly those related to the information technology.
Here are some simple questions which allow you to know the degree of the implementation of the IT quality in your systems.
* Your software respects the analysis?
The software audit inspects the program that you admit to automate a manual task. This can help you know if the solutions offered are in conformity with the analysis of your needs; else, major problems might occur in the future following the implementation. The perfect solution is to such problems is then either to redo from the beginning or to find a compromise that adapts the prevailing system to the real business workflow and needs.
* You always have accurate, reliable and timely information?
The info technology audit tests the exactitude of the information. It makes certain of the obtained information towards its completeness, and its reaction time. Where accuracy shines, there is no place for doubt. Indeed, running your business using a software you don’t trust is similar to having a snake in the pocket. You might ask how to trust a software? I answer by two replies. First, it could be accredited by way of a neutral well-known third party; second, you may do the work of the 3rd party yourself. Therefore, testing the complete chain of tasks and calculations before you start using the system is much cheaper than catching the error afterwards or even not watching it at all.
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* The systems are for sale to business at all time?
The information technology quality imposes the capability of your information processing systems – computers, software, peripherals and networks – to use without any problem and non stop provided that your organization is operational. The option of your IT systems affects the option of your business. Therefore, if your systems go wrong for an hour, your organization will be slowed or even stopped for more than an hour, considering the rush that could occur during slowed period. Usually, difference in