We have recently completed a hardware-software audit for the National Agency for Unemployment. The scope of the contract was to review the current situation with respect to the hardware and software installed in their location.
The first step was to develop a web application consisting of a questionnaire which would be filled out by local representatives of the institution. The application was developed in PHP using modern, cutting-edge technologies such as Angular JS. After developing the web application, we transferred it to our partner’s server infrastructure, as security requirements forbade us from installing it on a publicly accessible server.
Next, all local branches filled out the questionnaire, which covered information regarding the local hardware infrastructure (server, workstations, printers, etc), the type of software running on the local infrastructure, and what system administrators think would benefit the system in terms of functionality and redundancy.
After drilling down on all the gathered data, our specialists drew up a report containing conclusions and recommendations on how to further improve our client’s hardware and software infrastructure.
The report was handed out to our customer, and its conclusions will most likely be grounds for the next hardware and software acquisitions and developments.