• Data governance tools: Part, but not all, of the governance puzzle

    While tools designed for data governance are helpful, organizations must also implement best practices and standard processes to be effective.

    SearchDataManagement1,190 pointsBadges:
  • CIO team, good governance drive big data advantage at Penn Medicine

    Far from being a drag, IT governance is a game changer in CIO team's push on big data and high-performance computing at Penn Medicine.

    Linda Tucci5,380 pointsBadges:
  • IT GRC: Combining disciplines for better enterprise security

    IT governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) is a growing area of information security that isn't clearly defined. In this tip, Forrester Research's Khalid Kark defines the components of IT GRC and offers advice on how CISOs and organizations can adopt unified governance, risk management and...

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  • In the face of consumer-centric technology deployment, IT must adapt

    The increased use of consumer-centric devices in the workplace forces IT governance teams to re-examine new technology deployment strategies.

    ITKE355,460 pointsBadges:
  • Project management offices grow more essential during recession

    Project management offices offer critical IT governance when resources are tight, identifying which projects are most essential and even precluding IT layoffs.

    ITKE355,460 pointsBadges:
  • How the service desk can help Windows shops meet SOX compliance

    By using IT governance frameworks like COBIT and Microsoft Operations Framework, the service desk can help a Windows enterprise stay on track with its SOX compliance objectives.

    ITKE355,460 pointsBadges:
  • Glitch author seeks mandated software quality controls

    In Part 2 of this SSQ interview with Glitch author Jeff Papows, we learn more about Papows' proposal for an IT Governance Manifesto which would mandate higher standards of quality for life-threatening software. Papows warns of the dangers of not taking quality seriously, saying we could be on the...

    Yvette Francino915 pointsBadges:
  • Rethinking a stale IT governance model for the cloud era

    IT governance frameworks are known for holding innovation back, but a new model embraces innovation. Here's how it changes enterprise computing.

    johntreadway65 pointsBadges:
  • Managing information risks: Do you have IT governance?

    Think you've got IT governance under control? You probably don't, says security guru Kevin Beaver. Read up on the problems you may be facing in your shop (that you're unaware of) and the steps you can take to educate yourself on governance fundamentals.

    Kevin Beaver18,485 pointsBadges:
  • How to utilize global business continuity standards

    IT governance is an increasingly important part of the management process. Good governance assumes some level of compliance with established procedures, controls or standards. This article discusses how governance applies in the disaster recovery space.

    PKirvan1,085 pointsBadges:

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