Enforce change policy by time window, source, or approved ticket.
Most IT organizations today recognize the centrality of change to their operational effectiveness. Many have invested in process automation tools such as a Change Management system or a Service Desk. Yet, a gap persists between actual change activity and the documented Change Management process. This change control gap results in manual activity by IT departments to control and minimize the costs of change. Change Control bridges this gap by adding control to change management. This is accomplished by providing customers with real-time detection of changes being made, accountability to validate change activity and real-time change prevention to block unwanted changes. Change Control easily automates PCI and SOX controls for compliance reporting, locks down critical systems to ensure only trusted applications run, and prevents change-related outages for improved service availability and accelerated ITIL adoption.
Change Control is an operational-friendly, low-touch and low overhead software that can be deployed on a wide range of hardware platforms. Change Control provides change control on servers, network devices (including switches, routers and firewalls), and databases.