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IT Governance Infrastructure, Strategy, and Charter Template - Version 4.1 - Gold Edition

  • ID: 4808553
  • Report
  • 139 Pages
  • Janco Associates, Inc
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Now Includes IT Job Family Classification and Key Job Descriptions and New eReader Format

IT Governance Infrastructure, Strategy, and Charter Template - Gold Edition includes MS WORD formatted:

  • IT Governance Infrastructure, Strategy, and Charter Template
  • IT Infrastructure Electronic Forms
  • IT Infrastructure Policy Bundle

IT Governance Infrastructure, Strategy, and Charter Template defines the framework for the IT function. Included is an ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 Audit Checklist and HIPAA Audit program. The template is over 133 pages and comes in MS WORD, pdf and ePub (eReader) formats and is easily modifiable. Includes full job descriptions for the CIO, CTO, CSO Chief Digital Officer and the Digital Brand Manager As an added bonus a fully bookmarked PDF version is included with this template.

IT Governance Infrastructure, Strategy, and Charter Template - With the explosion of technology into every facet of the day-to-day business environment there is a need to define an effective infrastructure to support operating environment; have a strategy for the deployment and technology, and clearly define responsibilities and accountabilities for the use and application of technology.

In most industries today, CEOs need a CIO who can be a true business partner, someone who can not only drive out costs from day-to-day operations but strategically manage IT to enhance revenue and profits.

If the CIO is stuck in tunnel vision they may be scrambling to buy and implement one application after another and execute on programs and projects without a clear sense of strategic priorities; wasting resources on applications and projects that are redundant, and carefully depreciating hardware to keep the accountants happy.

The IT environment is too complex to rely on outmoded ways to keep the business functioning and thriving flawlessly. To balance the many crucial and changing enterprise demands to move the organization forward, an IT governance process is required. This increases risks in expectations of IT --- the growth of the Internet, compliance concerns, mobile computing, and advanced security risks - as reasons for the critical need for IT governance. Instituting a governance process can serve as a catalyst that can effectively bring together the dynamics of cross-enterprise communication and summarize key, relevant data to provide critical metrics to make informed decisions.

To support the process the IT Governance offering includes these eight (8) full job descriptions:

  • Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
  • Chief Information Officer (CIO)
  • Chief Information Officer (small enterprise)
  • Chief Experience Officer (CXO)
  • Chief Security Officer (CSO)
  • Chief Digital Officer (CDO)
  • Chief Mobility Officer (CMO)
  • Digital Brand Manager

Manage Critical Steps in Infrastructure Definition

Defining Your Optimal IT Infrastructure is a critical task that can no longer wait with all of the changes mandated by Sarbanes-Oxley and changes to your operating environment.

The template helps you:

  • Understand and explain what infrastructure is, enabling you, your constituents, and the executive team to manage the organization's technology environment more effectively.
  • Analyze the current state of your infrastructure so you 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 your company's bottom line.
  • Prioritize your resources with a prescriptive too-set that lets you focus your efforts.

An Essential Strategic Advantage for Your IT Team

Implementing a cost-effective IT Infrastructure that aligns with your organization's business strategy is essential to ensuring the success of the Information Technology function. For many IT professionals, the amount of time it takes to develop and implement such an infrastructure, and the unknown process required to complete it, make infrastructure design and implementation a daunting task. The IT Governance Infrastructure, Strategy, and Charter Template draws on the experiences of some of the best IT and business operations executives in the industry to provide you with the right shortcuts.

Market and technology dynamics require that companies successfully anticipate the pendulum that swings between cost reduction to resource productivity and innovation. The transition from economic contraction to stabilization, recovery, and growth will change the enterprise's strategic outlook, presenting tough decisions and new opportunities. As the pendulum swings back towards innovation, the CIO must become a visionary portfolio manager who skillfully controls three major asset classes: applications, intellectual capital, and financial capital. Managing this portfolio properly will transform IT into a streamlined revenue and profit center.

IT Budget Company Size

The size of enterprise impacts the cost of IT as a percentage of revenue is greatest in a small enterprise (less than $100 million in revenue) and lest in large enterprises, those with revenues over $1 billion. Also infrastructure and budget vary by industry.

The template comes as a WORD document utilizing a CSS style sheet that is easily modifiable, pdf file, and ePub file.

Included with the template are a HIPAA Audit Program Guide and an ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 Security Process Audit Checklist.  Also included are all of the information, forms, and policies in the Internet, PDA, SmartPhone and PC Workstation HandiGuide™ which was obsoleted in November of 2018.

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IT GOVERNANCE - INFRASTRUCTURE, STRATEGY, AND CHARTER

  • Benefits of IT Infrastructure Management
  • Base Assumptions and Objectives
  • Scope and Applicability
  • Operating Philosophy
  • Compliance
  • International Organization for Standardization

IT GOVERNANCE - STRATEGY AND CHARTER STATEMENT OF AUTHORITY

  • Chief Information Officer (CIO)
  • Functional IT Group Heads
  • IT Management Council
  • Users

IT MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE  

  • Organizational Approach
  • [Enterprise] IT Group
  • [Enterprise] IT Resources
  • Functional IT Groups

COMPLIANCE

  • Objective
  • Responsibilities
  • CIO
  • IT Management Council
  • Functional IT Heads
  • Users
  • Auditors

IT JOB FAMILY CLASSIFICATION

  • Structure

PERSONNEL PRACTICES

  • Formal Job Descriptions
  • Hiring
  • Termination
  • Training
  • [Enterprise] Staff
  • Contractor Personnel

ERP AND OMNI COMMERCE

  • Strategy

CONTROLS

  • Types of Controls
  • Risks
  • Controls Standards
  • Logging and Audit Trails

SOCIAL NETWORK ENGAGEMENT

  • Rules for Social Network Engagement

APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

  • SAMMY
  • Quality Assurance Process

SERVICE REQUESTS

  • Policies
  • Process
  • Service Request Management
  • Equipment/Service Request
  • Problem Resolution Process

LOCAL AREA NETWORKS (LANS) – WI-FI

  • Features
  • LAN Wi-Fi Standards
  • LAN Wi-Fi Councils and Workgroups

BACKUP & RECOVERY

  • Frequency Guidelines
  • Data Storage and Media Protection
  • Backup Program and Schedule

DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN

  • DRP Description
  • Critical Function Analysis
  • DRP Procedures for Critical Data
  • Backup Criteria
  • Backup Procedures
  • Storage Criteria
  • Business Recovery Procedures
  • Requirements for Recovery
  • Recovery Guidelines
  • Restoring Damaged Equipment
  • Recovery Management
  • Contingency Planning
  • Planning Activities

SECURITY  

  • IT Processing Area Classification
  • Classification Categories
  • Workstations, Remote Terminals, and Wi-Fi Access
  • Systems Security
  • Staff Member Security
  • Responsibilities
  • User Sensitive Positions
  • Network Security
  • Responsibilities
  • Violation Reporting and Follow-Up

ACCESS CONTROL - PHYSICAL SITE

  • Separation of Duties
  • Least Privilege
  • Access Areas
  • Definitions of IT Access Control Zones
  • Responsibilities
  • Badges
  • Access Control Methods
  • Levels of Access Authority
  • Protection of Supporting Utilities
  • Resource Protection

ACCESS CONTROL - SOFTWARE AND DATA

  • Resources to Be Protected
  • Basic Standards
  • Classification Of Data, Software, And Documentation
  • Access from Other Facilities
  • Authorization Verification

FACILITY REQUIREMENTS  

  • Physical Plan Considerations
  • Fire
  • Power
  • Air Conditioning

OTHER TECHNICAL GUIDES

APPENDIX

  • CIO and CTO Expanded Roles
  • HIPAA Audit Program Guide
  • ISO 27001 & 27002 Security Process Audit Checklist  
  • Massachusetts 201 CMR 17 Compliance Checklist  
  • Job Descriptions
  • CIO Job Description
  • CIO Job Description (small enterprise)  
  • Chief Experience Officer (CXO)  
  • Chief Digital Officer
  • Chief Mobility Officer
  • Chief Security Officer
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Digital Brand Manager  
  • What’s News
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