What is IT Infrastructure?
IT Infrastructure drives how an enterprise interacts with its users, customers, suppliers, and the general public via Information Technology
IT Infrastructure is the combination of all polices, procedures, processes, hardware, software, networks, applications and database of an enterprise that support and maintain the Information Technology services of an enterprise. In the increasingly IT and Internet enabled operating environment, organizations maintain many of their applications, processes and services for internal and external users. In many cases, this includes the gereral public, customers, media, investors, suppliers, and associates in addition to enterprise employees. IT infrastructure provides the entire framework that keeps the organization running in such scenarios.
The core governance process is defined for all of the information technology legs of the enterprise in the IT Governance Infrastructure, Strategy, and Charter template. These are the best practices "rules of the road" that world class IT professionals follow.
IT Infrastructure Polices and Electronic Forms
Janco has created a set of policies that are a must have that every enterprise needs. They can all be accessed by going to the Policy Master Page (more information on individual policies) or the individual policies can accessed directly by clicking on the links below.
The policies have just been updated to comply with all mandated requirements and include electronic forms that can be e-mailed, filled out completely on the computer, routed and stored electronically.
CIO IT Infrastructure Policy Bundle are all deivered electronically as individual MS Word files, a single PDF file, and/or a fully indexed and search-able ePub eReader book. Electronic forms are all individual documents that are easily modifiable.