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Combine Information and IT-Governance! PDF Print E-mail
Written by WIB   
Monday, 18 January 2010 09:06

Ever thought of combining Information Governance (the way to govern information) related topics such as RM/ECM and IT-Governance (the way to govern IT) initiatives? This is THE way forward, because information fuel the IT-machinery, so there is a natural link between all initiatives in an enterprise which are aiming at improving the quality and business alignment of data. More and more powerful tools are available to allow for a horizontal access of you business information. Our fuel is information, there is no advancement without the business view on the bits and bytes we are processing.

We will help you think outside the box and find new ways in your organization to address these issues:

  • Build strategic frameworks to address IG and ITG
  • Identify stakeholders and important players in the organization
  • Develop strategic proposals
  • Adapt the organization,
  • Bring IT, Business, IT-Governance, RM /ECM, Compliance and Internal Audit together and develop a common structure
  • Combine existing and new skills and resources
  • Build and establish these new structures
  • Coach or implement (interim management)

Your benefits:

  • Delivers a comprehensive picture of your information value
  • Corporate governance focused
  • Allows to focus your activities on the most important business applications
  • Covers compliance and security requirements
  • Re-organise your IT-organization and make it leaner
Need further information? Contact us

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 April 2010 10:24
 
Services Spotlight: IT-Governance Implementation PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 18 January 2010 08:53

The ITGN offers a broad range of services in the field of IT governance and GRC. In today's spotlight: Have a closer look at our IT-Governance Implementation methodology based on ISO 38500 and Cobit.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 January 2010 21:19
 
Is your ECM programme running smoothly? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 23 November 2009 13:10

Yes, we are not only advising on ECM/RM related questions but also on how your ECM/RM programme is performing. Current assignments include the coaching of programme managers responsible for international RM projects. Topics covered:

  • Programme verification
  • Programme benchmarking
  • RFP's
  • Strategic alignment
  • Risk Management: How much risk should/can we take?
  • Evaluation of programme cost und benefits vs. compliance
  • Escalation procedures and conflict management
  • Independent audit
  • Training
Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 December 2009 10:53
 
Messy IT systems in banks and the financial crisis PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 12 December 2009 14:31

Check this article from the Economist.com website about the potential negative effects of badly maintained IT-Systems :

Excerpt: NO INDUSTRY spends more on information technology (IT) than financial services: about $500 billion globally, more than a fifth of the total (see chart). Many of the world’s computers, networking and storage systems live in the huge data centres run by banks. “Banks are essentially technology firms,” says Hugo Banziger, chief risk officer at Deutsche Bank. Yet the role of IT in the crisis is barely discussed. Full text
Information management is an essential part of this, but banks seem not to able to cope with the development on the product side - causing data silos all over the place.
Last Updated on Saturday, 12 December 2009 14:39
 
E-Mail Archiving - a real challenge PDF Print E-mail
Written by WIB   
Tuesday, 17 November 2009 15:36

 

What if you have to find old emails in response to a request from executives, legal council, a customer, litigation, etc? AIIM's research shows:

  • 34% of organisations never delete emails; 31% have no policy; 8% delete when running out of storage space; 27% delete after 1- 24 months.
  • Some 45% of organisations do not have a policy on Outlook "Archive Settings", so most users will likely create .pst archive files on local drives.
  • 33% of organisations have no policy to deal with legal discovery, 40% would likely have to search back-up tapes, and 23% feel they would have gaps from deleted emails.
  • 18% had been exposed to a legal challenge in the last 12 months and a further 15% in the last 3 years – a one-in-three chance.

Source: AIIM

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 November 2009 21:46
 
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