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Information Age - Creating Stakeholder Value

Sarbanes-Oxley, risks, controls, compliance. These are some of the most common terms being used in many boardrooms these days.
Dec 2, 2004
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ITSM Watch Staff





The landscape of corporate governance has changed immensely since the emergence of recent corporate failures and resulting legislation and regulations. The sheer volume of new requirements, coupled with responsibilities placed by legislation and stakeholders, is overwhelming C-level executives, board members and audit committees.

The simple message about information technology governance is that it needn't be complicated. After all, the IT department is no different than any other part of an organization and should be governed with the same diligence and control focus that is exercised in other areas of the organization, such as finance and human resources.

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