IT infrastructure documentation is a valuable resource for any organization, but it becomes a "soft spot" due to poor control and lack of systematization. It takes a lot of effort and time to create an orderly documentary report. If there is a lack of staff responsible for document management then numerous unpleasant problems for a company are just merely a matter of time.
When there is a need to audit the IT infrastructure, it is recommended to use special software, much like Total Network Inventory (TNI) – an effective software tool solution for high-quality accounting of software and licenses in the network.
IT documentation can roughly be divided into:
It does not matter whether you are a software developer, purchased a software license or updated your hardware equipment, you should make sure that all important information is stored in one place. Certain technical documentation (licenses, agreements, contracts, datasheet, manuals, instructions, etc.) will be essential during the renewal of contracts and licenses, as well as while training new employees who provide support for the company's IT infrastructure.
Storing information digitally is the first step to getting your corporate records in order. In addition to convenience and a quick search of what you need, digital data can be easily audited and has a high degree of safety. For most people, printing a document and putting it in a folder has become a routine action, a kind of proof and confirmation of the work done. However, once the company faces the task of doing an inventory, the necessary papers are lost.
The second and final step is content indexing and document storage standardization. This can be achieved by utilizing specialized software, which is responsible for the proper registration of the received data.
Carrying out IT documentation will be applicable for any business owner, as well as for all organizations that have a large technical park, use various software and modern communication channels. A multipurpose audit should be conducted in the case of:
TNI is a flexible software that meets the needs of any user. It is a perfect fit for companies that value their time and know that IT infrastructure inventory is not only just a formality but also an important step for improving control and generating accurate reporting. The main advantages of the software are:
Together with TNI, network documentation is a pleasant experience and not a monotonous, exhausting routine.
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