- in time, space and equipment
- it provokes questions.
The International Organization for Standards has produced a guideline for governance of information technology. It is a framework of principles for decision flows on: Responsibility, Strategy, Acquisition, Performance, Conformance, and Human Behavior that draws, as so many do, from the Australian Standards, in this case, AS 8015. (Where would IM be without Canada in the 80s-90s and Australia in the 90s-20s?)
As with any standard, the effort to interpret and achieve compliance must fit within the overall governance and operational context.
Sri Lanka's decision that SMS constitutes admissible evidence may surprise, but it shouldn't.
Web 2.0 and mobile communications create new challenges for capturing and managing knowledge in multimedia information formats. Frequently, managers report that "this is a remote issue", but increasingly such issues are finding their way into both corporate daily practices and the courtroom.
The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) of the United States provides guidance in relation to records that comprise corporate web sites.
Effective August 7, 2008, yes as long ago as that, the SEC provided an interpretive release to provide guidance
regarding the use of company web sites under the Exchange Act and
anti-fraud provisions of the federal securities laws. Businesses with global practice areas are advised to take note. Comments on the guidelines are