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Information is driving change in today’s enterprise. Learn how to govern and manage your enterprise information effectively.

  • Does your IT connect to your business issues?
  • How do you know you are getting value from your IT investment?

Measuring the value of an investment is not just about calculating ROI. It involves reducing costs, establishing visibility and control across your IT infrastructure, increasing accuracy of information and managing an increasing array of IT-related risks. IT-enabled investments can bring reward, but only with the right governance and management processes, and full engagement from all levels of management within business and IT.

Major IT initiatives often fail due to inadequate management direction, support and oversight. New business or technology strategies and implementations are no different; they have more chance of success if they are well governed and well managed. Inadequate support and direction from key stakeholders can, for example, result in business initiatives producing new policies and procedures that have no proper ownership.


Process improvements are unlikely to become normal business practices without a management structure that assigns roles and responsibilities, commits to their continued operation, and monitors conformance. The use of a business framework enables INNOVATION to be applied in a value-adding, risk-balanced, resource-effective way linking to stakeholder needs.

COBIT 5 is a comprehensive framework of globally accepted principles, practices, standards, analytical tools and models that can help any enterprise effectively address critical business issues related to the governance and management of information and technology. No other framework focused on enterprise use of IT has the breadth of COBIT.

COBIT 5 and product family works in conjunction with other frameworks and standards — such as ITIL, ISO, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Information Security Forum (ISF) — providing an overarching framework that integrates and addresses all areas of the enterprise.

COBIT 5 provides the structure and tools needed to manage risk, and maximize opportunities. The framework has a complete, consistent and easily navigable structure that promotes access to information, functionality and user satisfaction.



Why is it important to keep pace with change? Did you know? Two-thirds of organizations fall behind schedule when deploying new IT capabilities.

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A Room with Machines
Applications of Business Process Analytics and Mining for Internal Control
Everybody Loves Documentation
How to Maximize Evidential Weight of Electronically Stored Information
Seven Myths of Information Governance

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Calculating Cloud ROI
Virtualization: Benefits and Challenges
Virtualization Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
Data Leak Prevention
Security Information & Event Management: Business Benefits

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Implementing COBIT for IT Governance, Risk and Compliance at Ecopetrol S.A.


Understanding Your Organization’s Application Security Maturity
A COBIT 5 Overview
5 Essential Facts About COBIT
Open Source Component Governance and Management using COBIT 5