Moving into Compliance Mode

Cougias, Dorian
April 2005
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2005, p132
Trade Publication
Talks about regulatory compliance in organizations. Benefits to guiding organizations toward a compliance posture on the part of information technology leadership and management; Advantages of adopting a compliance management posture; Trend in using a combination of frameworks with internally developed best practices. INSET: An IT Manager's Cheat Sheet to Compliance..


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