Which Yield Better Results: SDLC, ITIL, ISO, BSC, ITPM, COBIT or CIS?


• When it comes to aligning and managing the value proposition of IT, is there a difference between the wide-range of frameworks being used by organizations?
• Does it matter which framework is employed to manage service-levels, business risks, and compliance with policy or regulatory audit?
• Which approach works best: choose one and standardize across the organization; or use several to optimize value, reduce risk, and sustain compliance?

The new Assessments@ITPolicyCompliance for Frameworks and Standards compares your choices to manage value, risk and compliance against the real-World choices and practices at more than 3,600 other organizations.

Visit: www.ITPolicyCompliance.com/Assessments/ to find out more

Find the answers to how your practices for Frameworks and Standards compare with:
• your industry
• your peers, and
• best performers

Practices for Frameworks and Standards covered by the assessment include:
• ITIL – IT Infrastructure Library
• IT Portfolio Management
• COBIT – Framework for IT governance and control
• ISO 20000 service framework
• COSO risk management standard
• ISO 17799 or 27002 security standards
• CIS (Center for Internet Security) benchmarks
• Balanced Scorecard
• SDLC (Systems or software Development Lifecycle)
• How integrated these are in existing procedures

Visit: www.ITPolicyCompliance.com/Assessments to find out more

Specific to your industry and size of your organization, the confidential and free assessment delivers immediate feedback on how well, or poorly, your use of frameworks and standards for managing value, risk and compliance compare to your industry, your peers and the best performing organizations.

More important, the intuitive risk-index of the Assessments@ITPolicyCompliance enables you to quickly identify changes to your practices that will:
• Improve the value delivered by IT
• Reduce business downtime
• Reduce data loss or theft
• Reduce the time and money spent to pass and sustain and audits.

Who should be interested: senior managers in IT, audit, risk, and compliance
Time to value: minutes

Regardless of size or industry, most organizations are continuously looking to improve operational effectiveness across all functions, and IT is no exception. Assess yourself and your organization today with the Assessments@ITPolicyCompliance today.


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