IT Infrastructure, Strategy, and Charter Update Released
Success dependent on infrastructure and strategy
Just released Version 3.5 of its IT Governance Infrastructure, Strategy, and Charter Template. This is the one book that every IT manager and C-Level executive needs to have. Included with this release is an eReader version of this template.
The CEO of Janco said, “Companies have moved digital to be a top agenda item that needs to be address. CEOs expect their CIOs and their IT Leaders' to help in navigate the organization through this complex digital environment. This document is the one governance guidance tool that is designed for this journey."
The foundation of well managed IT function is to have a well defined strategy and charter that is the foundation for how the IT function operates. The latest version of the IT Governance Infrastructure, Strategy, and Charter Template is that core foundation and tool. IT now includes full job descriptions for the Chief Information Officer (CIO), Chief Digital Officer (CDO), and the Digital Brand Manager. In addition, it is provided in three formats: MS WORD, pdf, and ePub (eReader).
- IT Management Structure
- Personnel Practices
- ERP and Omni Commerce
- Compliance and Controls
- Security and Access Controls
- and much more
Enterprise IT Infrastructure Architecture Framework
(added July 2018)
IT governance and infrastructure is significantly more complex with all of the newly mandated privacy compliance issues. No longer is it the case that information that is contained in an enterprise's data base is the sole property of the enterprise. With GDPR in the EU, users now own and can control the personal and identifiable data about themselves. Enterprises need to key that in mind. They need to have a very granular way to access, flag, and remove that information.
California, not to be undone by the EU passed its own privacy mandates with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CaCPA). IT is not as complete as the EU's mandate but it is significantly more stringent than anything else in place for U.S. base companies.
For more information go to California Privacy Law Mandates – What is required?