E-Z Audit: Academic and institutional software to inventory PC software and hardware assets.
Audit any Windows PC, even those running in a Virtual Machine on a Mac with E-Z Audit.
You can also audit BYOD machines via USB stick.
Who we are: E-Z Audit is a minority and woman owned small business Est. 2001 in Stamford, CT. Over a decade of expericne with educational users in the U.S.
SPECIAL OFFERS FOR U.S. PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES
Audit your PCs and servers free for 90 days with E-Z Audit. That's a completely realistic time-frame to get a complete inventory of PC software and hardware assets: getting up and running with ezaudit takes just minutes.
Obtain a comprehensive inventory of Windows software and hardware via your network as well as via portable PC audit via USB stick.
You can be ready to inventory via your LAN in about 10 minutes from installing E-Z Audit to any PC you wish. Nothing to install on your server or any PC being audited.
100% data privacy: E-Z Audit does not ever get any audit data, nor do we get telemetry on usage. We are used by extreme-security users in air-gapped networks.
(This offer not applicable to schools that are owned or operated as 'Charter Schools'.)
E-Z Audit is the leading PC audit software tool since 2001.
"E-Z Audit has been a very valuable tool. Thanks to the data captured by E-Z Audit I have been able to document the needs of our district with real numbers that create a very compelling story. Without ezaudit it would have just been my gut feeling and would have been discounted as one person's opinion."
Director, Technology Services
Waller Independent School District
"We love ezaudit and the app that we get with [our help desk product] just doesn't compare. Thanks for having a great product!"
Assoc. VP for Information Technology
University of Sioux Falls
"ezaudit preformed just as the demo indicated. We have used the program not only for hardware and software inventory and analysis, but also to scan for malicious EXE and DLL files on our workstations.
Nice work ezaudit, and thank you!"
Mark Heuer, Computer Support Analyst
Florida State University