IT Governance or Corporate governance of information technology is a subset discipline of corporate governance, focused on information and technology (IT) and its performance and risk management. The interest in IT governance is due to the ongoing need within organizations to focus value creation efforts on an organization’s strategic objectives and to better manage the performance of those responsible for creating this value in the best interest of all stakeholders. I created a presentation where I explain in details this topic, you can see my presentation here: IT Governance & ISO 38500 from Ramiro Cid  Read More →

IT Governance has an ISO, it is the ISO/IEC 38500:2008 “Corporate governance of information technology”. This standard was published in June 2008 and complements the set of ISO standards that affect the systems and information technologies (such as ISO/IEC 27001, ISO/IEC 20000, etc.). This rule sets standards for good management of business processes and decisions related to information and communication services that are usually managed by specialists in IS / internal or within other business units of the IT organization, such as suppliers external service. In essence, all that this proposed rule can be summarized into three main purposes: a) Ensure that, if the rule is followedRead More →