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IS Audit Basics: Auditing Small IS/IT Organizations: When Is an IS/IT Organization Small?
19 August 2015
Ed Gelbstein, Ph.D., 1940 – 2015
IS/IT can be found virtually everywhere, and when it fails to deliver the services that people need, the result is discontent or worse. The world of IS/IT has become complex and includes email, Internet access, document storage, networks, and applications and databases—many of them complex. Then, services from outsourcers and cloud providers and some kind of IS/IT organization are needed, if only to manage contracts and contact support services.
The smallest IS/IT organization I found had a staff of zero professionals. It relied on the goodwill of one of the managers who had some knowledge of local area networks and the benevolence to provide a limited amount of support. Read More >>Indicates Online-Exclusive Content
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