Higher education web estates with large, unruly collections of web properties create unknown security, legal, regulatory and financial exposures.
Identifying and registering every site reduces risk and restores order.
Higher education websites are content-rich, complex and constantly evolving, but effectiveness and visitor experiences suffer if errors, quality and configuration issues are overlooked.
Automated website audits boost quality and cut risk exposures.
Comprehensive web estate audits collect and organize critical data to verify ownership and discover every site's security, content and technology issues.
This information helps content strategists, IT and governance specialists identify, prioritize and effectively manage a range of risks across entire higher education web estates.
Without accurate site-level data the constellations of web properties comprising web estates present significant institutional financial, regulatory and security risk exposures.
Regularly scheduled automated QA audits collect the data to identify and manage inaccurate or dated content, poor user experiences and failures to follow policies or leading practice.
Armed with page-level diagnosis, content editors and developers can prioritize and implement changes eliminating errors, boosting content quality and allowing visitors to perform their top tasks.
Algorithmically-driven QA audits reduce website content risks, increase content effectiveness and let sites meet their marketing and communications objectives.