## Getting a job doing IT Auditing

### Getting a job doing IT Auditing

Hello everyone,
I really need your help. I got my MBA with MIS concentration like 10yrs
ago and have been working as computer systems support in Windows NT and
2000/2003. I am looking to get the CISA , but it requires job
experience in that area also. How does one go about making the
transition from computer tech to IT auditing? I really haven't be able
to apply what i learned from grad school. I'm tired of the sys admin
job and looking to leave. I tried to apply to the Big 4 firms, but they
never replied. Please assist. Thanks and God Bless!

I'm using the SCALE3 procedure to initialize the !P.T variable for a
3D scatter plot with the following commands:

xRange = [min(rot_image[0,*]),max(rot_image[0,*])]
yRange = [min(rot_image[1,*]),max(rot_image[1,*])]
zRange = [min(rot_image[2,*]),max(rot_image[2,*])]
print,'X Range:',xRange
print,'Y Range:',yRange
print,'Z Range:',zRange
Scale3,XRange=xRange,\$
YRange=yRange,\$
ZRange=zRange,\$
Ax=45, Az=80

The problem is when I plot the axes using the "AXIS" command, they
plot as if their range is zero (little stubby nubs of an axis). In
fact, the ![XYZ].CRANGE variable is zero, shown here:

X Range: 3.5301928 27.507573
Y Range: -17.029453 11.361599
Z Range: -242.93368 205.39383
!X.CRANGE 0.0000000 0.0000000
!Y.CRANGE 0.0000000 0.0000000
!Z.CRANGE 0.0000000 0.0000000

Where the top set of numbers are my desired ranges and the bottom set
is what Scale3 is giving me. I even tried setting ![XYZ].RANGE, but I
still get the same result. I understand why the axes are nubs, I just
don't know how to fix it. HELP!