final exam - 1. Just creating a good system isnt enough to...

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1. Just creating a “good” system isn’t enough to ensure that an organization will get value from an IT project. What barriers exists and how can they be overcome? 2. What benefit(s) does an organization gain from separating the funding “buckets” for different types of IT projects? 3. What is a balanced scorecard and how is it used in the management of the IT function? 4. What has caused the poor reputation (perception) of the IT function?
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What impact has Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) had on the IT function? One of the biggest impacts SOX had on organizations is that in 2002, the Act Made anyone who modifies, demolishes or alters documents accountable with possibly legal consequences. In IT, many times it was assumed that if nothing went wrong that controls were in place working. IT functions to not only provide sustainability to support obedience to the SOX Act but also maintain their own adequate level of security, operation, etc. Most of SOX revolves around keeping adequate records of financial data. Sometimes,
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2011 for the course OMIS 640 taught by Professor Russo during the Summer '10 term at Northern Illinois University.

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