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Including guidelines for preparing for the CISA Exam, as well as numerous illustrations, graphs and charts to help readers visualize the concepts, this book serves as an introductory reference to IT governance, controls, and auditing.
Offering solutions for many of the problems CIOs face, this unique book addresses the Chief Information Officer's role in managing and running IT as a business so the IT department may become a full strategic partner in the organization's crucial decisions.
This edition contains information on the effects of the digital global economy on the ways in which organizations need to respond to consumer products and services. It also offers insight and suggestions for integrating Generation Y employees into an organization in order to accelerate competitive advantage. It also explores the topic of creating a cyber security culture to protect companies from ever- escalating outside attacks. Strategic Information Technology is filled with the best practices and proven approaches that can redefine the role as CIO from a technology-focused expert to a strategic business partner.
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