To fully realize the benefits of Configuration Audit and Control, there are a number of elements to be considered in order to effectively evaluate potential solutions.

These criteria have been broken down into ten primary areas. Each element includes an important element of a Configuration Audit and Control solution, and implementation should be weighted based on the organizational requirements and process maturity of each business unit being supported.

The following slide deck will help you find out how Configuration Audit and Control provides a single, valuable, independent source for enforcing and reporting on change policy across an IT organization.

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