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COBIT Focus - Implementation of Service Integration in a Multiprovider Environment Using COBIT 5

Join author Martin Andenmatten, as he responds to ISACA member questions beginning 28 September 2015. Add your questions by responding to this post!

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We are living in a constantly changing world. While technology is getting smarter and easier to handle for users, governance and management of enterprise IT (GEIT) is becoming overly complex. Increasingly, cloud services are replacing traditional in-house solutions, and the risk associated with this new IT business model is difficult to manage. The role of the internal IT department is being questioned because its value is often not recognized at the board level. Because businesses can access IT services relatively easily via a cloud broker portal, long lasting program and project management is no longer needed for delivering equal services at unknown cost, time and risk. Well, we are not there yet, but the pathway is clear.

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RE: COBIT Focus - Implementation of Service Integration in a Multiprovider Environment Using COBIT 5

The governance of processes managed by other parties will become a more and more important challenge in a multiprovider environment. Are the current 5 governance processes within COBIT 5 adressing this fact suffiently? What do you think?
Martin694Lively at 9/30/2015 11:25:44 PM Quote
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RE: COBIT Focus - Implementation of Service Integration in a Multiprovider Environment Using COBIT 5

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The governance of processes managed by other parties will become a more and more important challenge in a multiprovider environment. Are the current 5 governance processes within COBIT 5 adressing this fact suffiently? What do you think?
Martin694Lively at 9/30/2015 11:25:44 PM Quote
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RE: COBIT Focus - Implementation of Service Integration in a Multiprovider Environment Using COBIT 5

The governance of processes managed by other parties will become a more and more important challenge in a multiprovider environment. Are the current 5 governance processes within COBIT 5 adressing this fact suffiently? What do you think?
Martin694Lively at 9/30/2015 11:25:44 PM Quote
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RE: COBIT Focus - Implementation of Service Integration in a Multiprovider Environment Using COBIT 5

I am traveling out of state on business with multiple meetings. My response will be delayed. Thank you for your patience.


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