IT Processes

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Time
3 hours 43 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
4
Video Transcription
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Now we're going to move on toe I t processes.
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So in this video, we're going to talk about I t processes within the cockpit cube and how I t processes relate to other components.
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So I t processes include the five domains, the processes and activities that all tie into the business requirements, and I t. Resource is
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the domains are the high level conceptual aspect of I t processes which trickle down into the actual process which are further broken down into activities.
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Thes i t processes are divided into the five domains. We've discussed multiple times E d m a p o B a I d s s and m e a.
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I T processes are high level and detailed control objectives. Their i T goals process goals and activity goals
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activities measure outcomes and are used as performance indicators.
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I t process is essentially respond to business requirements.
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I t re sources need to be managed by I t processes.
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Business requirements will dictate how to manage the I T processes, which then turn to manage the I t. Resource is
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this high level conceptual model breaks it down into the main categories of I t governance.
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The business requirements that drive the adoption of this program, the I T. Processes within the organization that utilized I t re sources and uphold business requirements and objectives along with the actual I t. Resource is that will be managed in order to support I t processes and the overall business objectives.
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So in this video we talked about I t processes within the Copa Cube and how I t processes relate to the business requirements and I t Resource is.
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