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Polices and procedures are the nemesis of IT executives around the world
The CIO IT Infrastructure Policy Bundle is provided in MS WORD, PDF and eBook (.ePub) formats. The PDF document is over 400 pages long and contains all of the policies listed below. The MS-Word files are each individual files (1 per policy).
CIOs, CTOs, CXOs, and CDOs are in a constantly evolving field and currently, these world-class IT Professionals, are focusing on improving infrastructure.
In order to gain control over your IT realm, download the collection of Janco's IT infrastructure and policies. Each policy and form can be modified to align with your needs. This comprehensive collection comes with a variety of highly-researched tools that will help you develop a fully compliant infrastructure that fits the unique needs of your organization and provides tools and ready to use policies.
The policies and forms are fully GDPR compliant and meet the 1/1/2020 California Privacy requirements.
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, Privacy Compliance Policy, Record Management, Retention, and Disposition Policy, Sensitive Information Policy, Service Level Agreement Policy, Social Networking Policy, Technology Acquisition Policy, Telecommuting Policy, Text Messaging Sensitive and Confidential Policy, Travel, Laptop, PDA and Off-Site Meeting Policy and Wearable Device Policy.
CIO IT Infrastructure Policy and Procedures Bundle - IT Infrastructure Policies and Procedures Address Challenges that CIOs, CTOs, IT Directors Face - Written policies represent the only way for CIOs and the executive management team can clearly communicate the way it would like employees to conduct the business of the organization. Without well-managed policies, companies are left to ad-hoc decisions made unilaterally by everyone and anyone.
Research shows that well-run companies are most productive, suffer the least loss of sensitive data, and have less downtime of operations if they have good policies in place.
Gain control over your IT realm! Download a collection of IT infrastructure and policy templates. Each can be modified to align with your needs. This comprehensive collection comes with a variety of highly-researched tools that will help you develop a complete guide that fits the unique needs of your organization and provides tools and suggestions for policy communication and enforcement.
Policies include topics like:
- Top 10 Technology Travel Tips - Best Practices for International Travel
- How to create a WYOD (Wear Your Own Device) strategy
- Best Practices for Text Messaging Sensitive Information
- Legal considerations of Google Glass and other Wearable Devices
- Federal Computer Security Incident Handling Requirements
- Best Practices to Meet Compliance Requirements
- Mobile Device Security and Compliance Checklist
- Top 10 Cloud and Outsourcing SLA Best Practices
- ISO Compliance Requirements
- Legal definitions for records management compliance
- Generic Service Level Agreement Template
- Tips on how to avoid being scammed on social networks
- Telecommuting risks faced by the business
- Plus much more
Defining Your Optimal IT Infrastructure is a critical task that can no longer wait with all of the changes mandated by PCI-DSS, HIPAA, ISO, ITIL, Sarbanes-Oxley, changing economic environment, and changes to enterprise operating environments.
This document contains the following policies:
- Backup and Backup Retention Policy (revised 05/2019)
- Blog and Personal Web Site Policy (revised 01/2019)
- BYOD Access and Use Policy (revised 03/2019)
- Google Glass Policy (revised 01/2018)
- Incident Communication Policy (revised 01/2018)
- Internet, Email, Social Networking, Mobile Device, and Electronic Communication Policy (revised 01/2018)
- Mobile Device Access and Use Policy (revised 01/2019)
- Outsourcing and Cloud-Based File Sharing Policy (revised 01/2018)
- Patch Management Version Control (revised 10/2018)
- Physical and Virtual Server Security (revised 01/2019)
- Privacy Compliance Policy (Added 07/2018)
- Record Management, Retention, and Disposition Policy (revised 03/2019)
- Sensitive Information Policy (revised 01/2019)
- Service Level Agreement Policy including sample metrics (revised 10/2018)
- Social Networking Policy (revised 08/2019)
- Technology Acquisition Policy (revised 10/2018)
- Telecommuting Policy (revised 02/2018)
- Text Messaging Sensitive and Confidential Information (revised 10/2018)
- Travel, Laptop, PDA and Off-Site Meeting Policy (revised 01/2019)
- Wearable Devices (revised 02/2018)
The researcher has assembled the policies that it has developed over time with some of the best IT organizations around the globe into a single package. With this bundle you get a PDF file that has all of the procedures in a single document that is over 300 pages long. In addition, you get a separate MS-Word document for each procedure which can easily be modified.
Electronic Infrastructure Policy Forms - The electronic forms that have developed can be e-mailed to users, completed on the computer, and then stored electronically. Forms comply with all mandated requirements for electronic records. A few of the forms are:
- Blog Policy Compliance Agreement
- BYOD Access and Use Agreement
- Company Asset Employee Control Log
- Email Employee Agreement
- Internet Access Request
- Internet and Electronic Communication Employee Agreement
- Internet Use Approval
- Mobile Device Access and Use Agreement
- Sensitive Information Policy Compliance
- Security Access Application
It would take your staff months to develop these procedures from scratch.
The policies help enterprises:
Understand and explain what infrastructure is, enabling enterprises, their constituents, and the executive team to manage the enterprise's technology environment more effectively;
Analyze the current state their enterprise's infrastructure so they know where it works well and where to focus improvement efforts;
Justify infrastructure spending, using the template's comprehensive definitions and ready to use examples to link IT infrastructure and the enterprise's bottom line; and,
Prioritize enterprise resources with a prescriptive tool set that lets enterprises focus their efforts in a cost-effective manner.