WalkureARCH Quaestor | Documentation Library
Introducing WalkureARCH Quaestor | Documentation Library
Corporate and data security compliance requires comprehensive technical and business process documentation. You can have all the systems in place, maintain the proper operations, but fail to document methodically and you will be out of compliance. In some cases, non-compliance with critical standards could lead to serious financial and legal liabilities.
The professionals at WalkureARCH know technical and business documentation and publication. Comprehensive and compliant Information Technology goes together with Information Systems. Imagine all your enterprise documents critical to the full functionality of your business operations and certifications collected in one secure location, indexed, and easily referenced for internal access and auditing. Then imagine this library securely accessible by authorized employees and corporate auditors from anywhere in the World—this is WalkureARCH Quaestor Documentation Library.
WalkureARCH Quaestor | Information Systems Bluebooks
WalkureARCH offers a unique Information Systems reference service to all our clients. Our patented IS Bluebooks are compendiums of all your IT assets, configurations, business processes, and compliance documentation complied in an easy to update and reference publication. Combined with our Documentation Library, this premier solution offers a security-focused, online technical library that is easily referenced for your company’s entire infrastructure and operations. Imagine a Wikipedia for your company’s documentation assortment with heavy focus on data security, built for maintaining corporate compliance with industrial certifications and coordination of projects and teams across the enterprise.
Our IS Blue Books are the one stop resource for all your IT and ES professionals in working within your enterprise-wide infrastructure. We have published IS Blue Books for corporations such as Delta Air Lines, Call2Recycle, Call2Recycle Canada, CDI LLC, and over 350 other clients.
WalkureARCH Quaestor | Information Systems Documentation Library
WalkureARCH offers a unique Information Systems documentation service to all our clients. Our patented IS Documentation Libraries are archives of all your IT assets, configurations, business processes, and compliance documentation complied in an easy to access collection. This central publication can either be digital or online, depending on the data security requirements of your company and access needs of your staff. Combined with our IS Blue Books, this premier solution offers a security-focused, online technical library that is easily referenced for your company’s entire infrastructure and operations. Imagine a Wikipedia for your company’s documentation assortment with heavy focus on data security, built for maintaining corporate compliance with industrial certifications and coordination of projects and teams across the enterprise.
Our IS Documentation Libraries are the one stop resource for all your analyst, auditing, and process professionals in working within your enterprise-wide systems. We have created Documentation Libraries for corporations such as Emory University, Charleston County Public Library, Call2Recycle, Call2Recycle Canada, CDI LLC, and over 350 other clients.
Due to increased legal and market liabilities, all businesses require comprehensive corporate data security and technology documentation
We all know engineers who deploy critical systems but do not write down important deployment specs like root passwords. These engineers eventually move on, and the password is lost forever causing significant security and systems stability issues. We have all spent long hours attempting to figure out how a colleague decided to deploy a service, what networks and IPs they used, what ACL’s were enabled, and other important details just so we can contribute our part to the project and move it along to the next stage. Those lost hours and increased risks of potential misconfigurations could have been saved if the specs were documented in one place for all engineers and developers to reference. This is not a revolutionary idea, but most IT engineers are not proficient technical writers and few are allotted the necessary time and tools to thoroughly document their work. This lack of system-wide documentation can quickly become paralyzing to systems projects, as up to 60-70% of an engineer’s project hours can be spent just trying to figure out how the legacy system was deployed in the first place. This also negatively impacts data security systems, as an unknown or misconfigured system is effectively a backdoor into your enterprise network.
Mission creep is a highly infectious disease when it comes to enterprise systems processes and policies for every business, particularly for large enterprises or companies operating under complex industry and government regulations. Rarely is there a central repository of current SOPs and the criteria they are expected to operate under. New policies are issued and procedures deployed from them, not knowing there were already sufficient SOP’s in place or perhaps used by other sectors of the enterprise. Up to 80% of a process auditor’s billable hours can be merely collating and parsing through all your company’s diverse and disparate SOP’s. Corporate certifications demand continued compliance that these internal processed be in order and are followed on the practical level, and now your problem turns into one of authoritative SOP access by staff.
There are similar issues that occur within the business operations community. Poor documentation and reference systems slowly erode the operational efficiency of the business enterprise systems. No one can find important documentation when they need it, assuming the documentation was made in the first place. This devolution of your Enterprise Systems might even cause the company to be non-compliant with critical and expensive corporate certifications. Therefore, it is critical for every business to deploy a comprehensive and well-supported documentation repository built around a solid core of reference frameworks. This is everything the Information Systems Blue Books and Documentation Library was designed to accomplish.