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IT management

Good IT management is essential to achieving value from IT systems and managing the risks associated with them. IT management covers the full lifecycle of systems, from the initial decision to invest in a system through its operational life until it is no longer needed and ultimately decommissioned.

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We need to talk about cyber

Making sure your digital systems are secure is at the heart of risk mitigation, and it’s a conversation that needs to be held at board level, says Peter Lannon.

Big tech and the move to net zero carbon

24 July 2020: The world’s largest technology companies are making big moves to reduce their carbon emissions. ICAEW Tech Faculty’s Kirstin Gillon reviews the latest announcements and asks what other businesses can do to reduce their carbon footprint.

IT governance and strategy

Data protection and privacy

All organisations that collect, store or process personal information on living and identifiable people must comply with the Data Protection Act 2018. Additional resources can be found on the GDPR (now the Data Protection Act 2018 in the UK).

Finance in a digital world

Finance in a Digital World

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Covid-19s AI revolution

Article asks whether we should be worried about automation taking over jobs, a process which has been accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic.

How AI can help storage management

The article offers information on how artificial intelligence can help storage management. It mentions Storage hardware monitoring is well established, with tools that gather data on volume usage and equipment performance, but also environmental data, temperature, power consumption and component-level readings from drives; and the more advanced tools can make recommendations to optimize performance and utilisation.

Balancing costs and benefits of storing data in the cloud

The article discusses enterprises have looking at cloud storage as an alternative to on-premise storage systems. Topics include cloud solutions store data remotely, removing the need to retain on physical on-site hardware; and the cost of enterprise cloud storage has vary greatly, depending on particular use cases.

Data governance in digital transformation

The article discusses how to do safe data governance amidst the digital transformation of an organisation. Also cited are the benefits of data governance in organizations like enhanced competitiveness, better reputation, and lower costs and fines associated with data breaches, as well as the five pillars of data governance, including workforce development, organizational structure, data policies, and technology infrastructure.

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Tech donut

Guidance on IT management topics for SMEs. Covers the following areas: computer hardware; business software; the internt; communications; IT security; buy and manage IT; IT support; staff and IT training.

Data protection and your business

Government guidance on data protection, covering: recruiting staff; managing staff records; marketing products or services; monitoring staff at work and CCTV

Recommendations on outsourcing to cloud service providers

The EBA Recommendations clarify the EU-wide supervisory expectations if institutions intend to adopt cloud computing, so as to allow them to leverage the benefits of using cloud services, while ensuring that any related risks are adequately identified and managed.

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