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A Guide to ISO/IEC 38500:2015 Governance of IT

Narrated by: Betsy Winchester
Length: 49 mins
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Summary

The role of IT in almost all services that are provided today is pervasive: Even in non-IT services such as hospitality, healthcare, and transport services, IT is used as a core enabler without which the service would rapidly break down. Governance of IT needs to become an integral part of general corporate governance in order to provide direction for the use of IT in today’s enterprises. 

Digital transformation is everywhere and is a necessity for companies to survive in the new market environment. Paired with increased threats from, for example, hackers, denial-of-service attacks, and other events requiring increased cybersecurity, the need for good governance of IT is obvious.

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like a website being read out

Extremely thin content.
PDF is only the content page and references.
Avoid as it's a total waste of money.

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  • Ahmed H.
  • 23-01-19

A Quick introduction

This book is great to get a quick overview on the standard. the concept was clear and the narrator was good.