- Language: English
- 125 Pages +
- Published: August 2013
CIO IT Infrastructure Policy Bundle
- Published: March 2014
- Janco Associates, Inc
The CIO IT Infrastructure Policy Bundle is provided in Word (2007) and PDF formats. The PDF document is over 300 pages long and contains all of the policies listed below. The MS-Word files are each individual files (1 per policy). The policies included are: Backup and Backup Retention Policy; Blog and Personal Web Site Policy; BYOD Access and Use Policy; Google Glass Policy; Incident Communication Plan Policy ; Internet, Email, Social Networking, Mobile Device, and Electronic Communication Policy; Mobile Device Access and Use Policy; Outsourcing Policy; Patch Management Policy; Physical and Virtual Server Security Policy; Record Management, Retention, and Disposition Policy; Sensitive Information Policy; Service Level Agreement Policy; Social Networking Policy; Telecommuting Policy; Text Messaging Sensitive and Confidential Policy; Travel, Laptop, PDA and Off-Site Meeting Policy
Note all of the forms are included in MS WORD, Adobe Forms Central or MS Excel format within the policies.
This document contains the following policies:
- Backup and Backup Retention Policy
- Blog and Personal Web Site Policy
- BYOD Access and Use Policy
- Incident Communication Policy
- Internet, Email, Social Networking, Mobile Device, and Electronic Communication Policy
- Mobile Device Access and Use Policy
- Outsourcing Policy
- Patch Management
- Physical and Virtual Server Security
- Record Management, Retention, and Disposition Policy
- Sensitive Information Policy
- Service Level Agreement Policy
- Social Networking Policy
- Telecommuting Policy
- Text Messaging Sensitive and Confidential Information
- Travel, Laptop, PDA and Off-Site Meeting Policy
Top 10 issues for CIOs in 2014
The top 10 issues that CIOs need to address in 2014 are driven by the current economic and political climate.
- Continuing to move forward with new technology with increasingly constrained budgets
- Continue to allocate sufficient resources to stay current with the social and portable digital revolution
- Manage the mounting pressure on the enterprises IT infrastructure
- Improve the service levels of the IT function and its applications
- Improve IT technologies performance with business operations as the driving force
- Be a transformation agent with the application of technologies that improve the operational and financial performance of the enterprise
- Continue to stay ahead of increasingly complex compliance requirements
- Implement improved business oriented metrics for the technologies used by the company
- Motivate staff to focus on innovation as a priority
- In concert with executive management be the prime mover in the use and application of new technologies
The CIOs who will succeed will have a common set of skills.
- CIOs both visionary and pragmatic – It is not enough to plan for innovation, the CIO needs to be perceptive and realistic. As an insightful manager, a CIO promotes broad technology agenda to help the business profit from leading-edge initiatives. At the same time as a pragmatist, a CIO deals with the realities of the business. The pragmatist also facilitates the productivity of current IT solutions. The CIO focuses on minimizing cost and maximizing results, in addition the CIO helps to increase the customer and product/service base of the enterprise.
- CIOs focus on ROI improvement of IT - CIOs will find new ways to help customers and the organization profit from how data is used while focusing on managing budgets and processes to eliminate or reduce costs.
- CIOs inspire the enterprise and expand the business impact of IT – CIOs will have proven expertise in both business and technical facets of their role. CIOs will interact with the enterprise and its executive team as enterprise leaders and drive new business initiatives and shifts jointly the other members of the executive team.