Tag Archives: IT Controls

Facebook Like Button Violates University Privacy Policy

The Facebook Like button is on so many college or university websites even when the Facebook Like button violates most every college and university privacy policy. I realize your chief marketing officer, foundation director and director of alumni relations love the … Continue reading

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IT Stress Test – Lessons from Submarines

IT stress test scenarios using lessons from submarines will determine the IT department’s minimum operating levels and what is truly critical. Using some analogies from my time on submarines seemed like an interesting and relevant way to further illustrate the … Continue reading

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Developing an IT Policy Framework

Developing an IT policy framework is the only way to have an effective IT policy model for operations and compliance. In fact, before you do any IT policy work, you should devote some time to defining your enterprise policy framework … Continue reading

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Book Review: Statistical Techniques for Project Control

Statistical Techniques for Project Control (Industrial Innovation Series) by Adedeji Badiru and Tina Kovach is a powerful resource for CIO’s, PMO’s, product developers, and senior leaders of all stripes. What makes Statistical Techniques for Project Control so useful for all functional leaders … Continue reading

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IT Governance and the LMS – Who Owns Your LMS

IT Governance and the LMS – Who Owns Your LMS continues an explanation of IT Governance using a scenario involving an LMS. That scenario was presented in the first post IT Governance and the LMS – Principles of IT Governance. … Continue reading

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IT Governance and the LMS – Principles of IT Governance

IT Governance and the LMS is an attempt to explain IT governance operationally as it relates to any application using the LMS as an example. So although this post will substitute the ‘any application’ with the LMS, readers should be able … Continue reading

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Training Your Staff is the New Software Purchasing Best Practice

I am going to suggest that training your staff is the new software purchasing best practice for avoiding those lemons and buyers remorse. The idea would be that before you buy that data warehouse and reporting package for your SIS … Continue reading

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