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When trusted IT pros go bad See Computerword article April 18, 2011
Some (not all) Basic IT functions
1 – IT policy Written rules of the road are needed for every organization.
2 – Administrative access In conjunction with policies, who holds the keys to the kingdom? Secure all key access passwords and user names in a safe place.
3 – Accurate Inventory Hardware and software. Spend the time and resources to avoid a business disaster.
4 – Disaster recovery How prepared are you for loss of data, facilities, power and key personnel?
5 – Communication Are goals and process understood by all? Do you know your staff and their function. Can you identify things being done properly by your staff? Can you identify things requiring improvement?