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IT Pro Conference on Information Systems Governance

Published

Author(s)

Irena Bojanova, David R. Kuhn

Abstract

Approximately 100 IT professionals participated in the 2014 IT Pro Conference on Information Systems Governance, held at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on May 22, 2014 (www.computer.org/itproconf). Information systems governance focuses on properly managing IT resources to achieve organizational goals. The conference was designed to bring together IT professionals from industry, government, and academia to discuss new challenges in information systems and share ways of overcoming such challenges. Sponsored by IEEE, NIST, and Noblis, the conference featured three keynotes and 12 presentations, focusing on the following key questions: 1) How can we get the most value from IT while still delivering successful projects and reliable information systems and infrastructure? 2)How can we secure critical systems while keeping pace with advances in technology? and 3)What changes are on the horizon for technology and business leaders?
Citation
IEEE IT Professional
Volume
16
Issue
4

Keywords

cloud systems, information infrastructure, information systems, IT governance
Created August 6, 2014, Updated November 10, 2018