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This 40-page guide is a practical resource for directors who want the most current thinking on how to oversee information technology (IT). Find out how to measure IT performance, leverage emerging technologies and the role of the board in governing information assets.
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Information is a company asset. And the technology infrastructure that supports it is an invaluable resource. But many boards still find themselves discussing IT only when one of two things happens:
IT is an essential element in today’s business environment, and directors must provide effective governance when it comes to the much broader business implications of information technology.
In 20 Questions Directors Should Ask about IT, Gary Baker, an independent IT governance consultant, offers a practical resource for directors. It encourages you not to get lost in the technical detail of IT decisions but ensure that you understand:
Whether your company relies on IT to simply operate smoothly, or whether your IT is a key competitive advantage for new service models or products, this resource provides guidance for directors to ask the right questions, such as:
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