The IT Little Black Book Pocket Advisor
Is specifically written with not only the budding and established
IT professional in mind but also anyone wishing to more readily understand IT language,
concepts and models.
The handy pocket size means it’s an easy reference source to dip in and out of whenever
you need to refresh your memory or familiarise yourself quickly. Sections include:
- Digital Storage Units – bits, bytes and terabytes
- IT Acronyms
- Web and SMS Text Language
- IT Concepts & Models including: Bluetooth, COBIT, CRM, Enterprise Architecture,
ERP, IP Addressing, ISO 9000 20000 and 27001, Network Topologies, Project and Programme
Management, SAN and RAID Levels, Sarbanes-Oxley, Service Management, SOA and Wi-Fi
- Key Professional I.T. Qualifications
- IT Related Organisations
Non-IT professionals such as students, teachers and lecturers, recruiters, recruiting
managers, talent managers, general business consultants and business leaders significantly
benefit from the clean, logical layout and unambiguous content.
Designing the Future: How to Develop & Implement Your IT Strategy
Is the first book ever written which clearly explains, and
exclusively focuses on IT strategy – as a concept, process and an activity.
Written in plain English to speed understanding, this practical book guides the reader
through the strategy design, development, implementation and review process – Plan,
Do, Transform, Review – in a step by step logical manner.
Explanations of knowledge, information, software development and technology and service
strategy layers are provided as well as cultural considerations, reasons for resistance
to change, leadership style and review criteria. A template outline is included
for an IT strategy document and, terms of reference for a sponsoring group, programme/project
manager, business group, technical forum and IT steering committee are provided to
help you get up and running in a professional manner.
Packed with diagrams, helpful reminders, highlights, checklists and case studies,
‘Designing the Future’ is a valuable resource for anyone interested in, considering,
implementing or revising an IT strategy.