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Runtime SOA Governance
The service-oriented architecture (SOA) integration framework enables organizations to map IT processes to business needs, with new business processes being defined on demand for business agility. However, SOA is predicated on an ability to integrate loosely-coupled services, one application to another: users are not necessarily involved. This creates challenges for governing how service assets are developed, provisioned, and invoked.

data governance policy example  Runtime SOA Governance Runtime SOA Governance Source: Layer 7 Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: The service-oriented architecture (SOA) integration framework enables organizations to map IT processes to business needs, with new business processes being defined on demand for business agility. However, SOA is predicated on an ability to integrate loosely-coupled services, one application to another: users are not necessarily involved. This creates challenges for governing how service Read More...

Why Now: IT Management and Governance
IT management and governance systems have entered the mainstream, joining enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, human resources, and e-mail as part of the standard enterprise applications landscape. This has led to fundamental changes for leading chief information officers: their first consideration is now to make sure their own organization is systemically supported before systemically improving their customers’ organizations.

data governance policy example  Why Now: IT Management and Governance Why Now: IT Management and Governance Source: CA Document Type: White Paper Description: IT management and governance systems have entered the mainstream, joining enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, human resources, and e-mail as part of the standard enterprise applications landscape. This has led to fundamental changes for leading chief information officers: their first consideration is now to make sure their own organization is Read More...
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Active Governance: Closed-loop SOA Infrastructure
Corporate governance encompasses the processes and systems by which organizations operate—and it affects every business. To effectively participate in governance processes, businesses should consider closed-loop service oriented architecture (SOA). Although stand-alone applications for governance, management, and security exist, find out why they do not enable the demand and value management that closed-loop SOA offers.

data governance policy example  Application Development,   Managed Data Network Services,   Security Services,   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Business Intelligence (BI),   Database Management System (DBMS),   Development,   Application Server,   Electronic Distribution and Storage,   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Regulatory and Compliance,   IT Infrastructure and Development,   Networking,   Operating System,   Server,   Communications,   Infrastructure,   and Transportation Planning,   Read More...
IT Governance: Maximizing the Business Investment
Implementing information technology (IT) governance means using a structure of relationships and processes to direct an organization. Some project portfolio management (PPM) vendors have adopted the IT governance mantra to differentiate their solutions from those offered by the enterprise resource planning (ERP) industry.

data governance policy example  IT Governance: Maximizing the Business Investment IT Governance: Maximizing the Business Investment Neil Stolovitsky - December 13, 2005 Read Comments Introduction Information technology (IT) management and chief information officers (CIO) share a common goal to maximize the value of their IT investments. Achieving this requires a strong foothold on the multiple projects taking place at any given time. Identifying risk, resource utilization, and earned value with a portfolio of IT projects necessitates Read More...
Governance & Compliance: Rise above the Crisis of Trust
What you need is a coherent, integrated approach to grc, as you'll discover in the white paper trust and competitive advantage: an integrated appro...

data governance policy example  Governance & Compliance: Rise above the Crisis of Trust Governance & Compliance: Rise above the Crisis of Trust In the post-Enron world, an ad hoc approach to governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) just won t cut it. Not with customers, shareholders, regulators, or suppliers . You stand to lose in so many ways—lost business, fines, public embarrassment, and increased overhead. What you need is a coherent, integrated approach to GRC , as you ll discover in the white paper Trust and Competitive Read More...
It’s the Time to Master Your Master Data
A recent blog post CRM for the Finance and Banking Industry – Part 1 by Gabriel Gheorghiu touched on a pain point of many of today’s enterprise IT environments. Due to the inconsistency of customer data amongst different systems in use, the bank employee “asked three or four of her co-workers for help, and took about 15 minutes” to simply change the address of one customer. As a matter of fact

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Overall Approach to Data Quality ROI
Organizations are beginning to wake up to the fact that the data they collect and manage should be viewed as a corporate asset. Data is the one thing that separates you from your competitors—and the quality of your data can be your competitive advantage or disadvantage. Discover six key steps you can take and put into effect to help you realize a tangible return on investment (ROI) on your data quality initiative.

data governance policy example  Overall Approach to Data Quality ROI Overall Approach to Data Quality ROI Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Organizations are beginning to wake up to the fact that the data they collect and manage should be viewed as a corporate asset. Data is the one thing that separates you from your competitors—and the quality of your data can be your competitive advantage or disadvantage. Discover six key steps you can take and put into effect to help you realize a tangible return on investment Read More...
The Bottom Line on Bad Customer Data
You can blame your sales people all you want, but if the lead data is bad, they’re not going to bring in business. You can blame your product managers for ineffective promotions, but if the target lists are redundant, the pitches fall on deaf ears. You can blame your customer service representatives for low satisfaction scores, but if customer data is missing, then no wonder the complaint resolution pipeline is backed up. Think it’s your customer resource management (CRM) system? Think again. It’s bad data, and it’s costing you millions. Request your copy of The Bottom Line on Bad Customer Data that delivers detailed advice from Jill Dyche, partner and co-founder of Baseline Consulting, about what you can do to address the impact of bad data on your company. The report gives you insight into how bad data is impacting your company and what you can do about it. How to identify where the bad data is and quantify its impact, and different approaches to determine the sources and causes of

data governance policy example  Line on Bad Customer Data The Bottom Line on Bad Customer Data Source: Baseline Consulting Document Type: White Paper Description: You can blame your sales people all you want, but if the lead data is bad, they’re not going to bring in business. You can blame your product managers for ineffective promotions, but if the target lists are redundant, the pitches fall on deaf ears. You can blame your customer service representatives for low satisfaction scores, but if customer data is missing, then no Read More...
Strategy and Tactics to Achieve Effective IT Governance
Information technology (IT) governance is currently a hot topic. But what is “governance” exactly? IT governance includes a number of actions and decision-making structures that encourage desirable behavior in the use of IT, and it’s an important area of focus for any organization that wants to increase its IT business value. We present a step-by-step guide to help you achieve the IT governance you need.

data governance policy example  Strategy and Tactics to Achieve Effective IT Governance Strategy and Tactics to Achieve Effective IT Governance Source: BT INS Document Type: White Paper Description: Information technology (IT) governance is currently a hot topic. But what is “governance” exactly? IT governance includes a number of actions and decision-making structures that encourage desirable behavior in the use of IT, and it’s an important area of focus for any organization that wants to increase its IT business value. We Read More...
A Guide to Intelligent Data Auditing
Data auditing is a form of data protection involving detailed monitoring of how stored enterprise data is accessed, and by whom. Data auditing can help companies capture activities that impact critical data assets, build a non-repudiable audit trail, and establish data forensics over time. Learn what you should look for in a data auditing solution—and use our checklist of product requirements to make the right decision.

data governance policy example  A Guide to Intelligent Data Auditing A Guide to Intelligent Data Auditing Source: Tizor Document Type: Checklist/Guide Description: Data auditing is a form of data protection involving detailed monitoring of how stored enterprise data is accessed, and by whom. Data auditing can help companies capture activities that impact critical data assets, build a non-repudiable audit trail, and establish data forensics over time. Learn what you should look for in a data auditing solution—and use our checklist of Read More...
New Data Protection Strategies
One of the greatest challenges facing organizations is the protection of corporate data. The issues complicating data protection are compounded by increased demand for data capacity and higher service levels. Often these demands are coupled with regulatory requirements and a shifting business environment. Learn about data protection strategies that can help organizations meet these demands while maintaining flat budgets.

data governance policy example  New Data Protection Strategies New Data Protection Strategies Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: One of the greatest challenges facing organizations is the protection of corporate data. The issues complicating data protection are compounded by increased demand for data capacity and higher service levels. Often these demands are coupled with regulatory requirements and a shifting business environment. Learn about data protection strategies that can help organizations meet these demands Read More...

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