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IT Strategic Management

Information System Strategy/Master Plan Course


This class is intended as comprehensive preparation and enhancement in the Information Technology skill focusing in information technology strategy and master plan, which is essential to professionals involving in the IT and implementation strategy implementation.

The course shall provide the participants with an understanding of the contemporary technological and organizational issues involved in the management of in formation technological sources at strategic level. The role of information systems in providing competitive advantage and the frequent need for business re-engineering that accompanies adoption of new technology are discussed. Strategic IT planning and the evaluation process to ensure proper alignment of technology to business goals are also explained. Global IT issues are also considered.


Upon completion of this subject, participants should be able to:

• Recommend an IT architecture that will create a competitive advantage
• Identify projects within an organization that would benefit from business process reengineering (BPR)
• Determine IT planning methods that support strategic development within an organization and make an effective contribution to the IT planning process
• Assess the effectiveness of IT infrastructure in meeting organizational objectives
• Identify IT strategies to support the firm’s global business goals and operation

Target Audience

• Managers seeking to improve business productivity through IT application
• Decision makers involved in developing and evaluating strategic IT plans
• Executives involved in the management and governance of IT resources
• IT practitioners wishing to enhance their knowledge of strategic business applications
• beyond technical

Information Technology/Enterprise Architechture


Information Technology/Enterprise Architecture (EA) is more than the collection of the constituent architectures (Business, Application, Technology, and Information). It is a conceptual tool that assists organizations with the understanding of their own structure and the way they work. It provides a map of the enterprise and is a route planner for business and technology change.

The interrelationships among these architectures, and their joint properties, are essential to the Information Technology Architecture. In this regard, these architectures should not be approached in isolation. Together, they are intended to address important Enterprise-wide concerns, such as:

• Meeting stakeholder needs
• Aligning IT with the business
• Seamless integration and data sharing
• Security and dependability
• Data integrity, consistency
• Reducing duplication
• Utilizing IT/Enterprise Architecture as a blueprint for current and desired capabilities and facilities gap analysis
• Utilizing EA as a tool for strategic, acquisition, and capital investment planning

The IT/ Enterprise Architecture (EA) course shall focus on the essential elements required for developing results-driven EA programs that are designed to meet your requirements. It clearly explains enterprise architecture’s vital role in enabling—or constraining—the execution of business strategy. The course provides clear frameworks, thoughtful case examples, and a proven-effective structured process for designing and implementing effective enterprise architectures.


Upon completion of this course, the participants are able to:

• Understand the basic concepts related to Enterprise/ Information Technology Architecture (EA)
• Identify the added value of EA
• Explore why and how to build an EA
• Understand challenges of implementing EA, including the technical and organizational issues
• Identify the elements of an EA implementation plan
• Develop an EA working plan
• Determine specific architectures necessary for your organization
• Identify the steps to improve enterprise architecture practices
• Select, organize and implement a EA project
• Develop and manage an EA using Zachman and TOGAF
• Understand The Rational Unified Process (RUP) and The Enterprise Unified Process (EUP)
• Identify typical symptoms of EA dysfunction
• Redesign EA and structure successfully within the enterprise
• Develop best practices in the EA and IT Architechture development
• Ensure best practice through the application of EA

Target Audience

• Application Developer
• Application / software Designer
• Application integration engineer
• Functional Specialist
• MIS Manager
• Project Manager
• Managers seeking to improve business process productivity through IT and Enterprise Architechture implementation
• Decision makers involved in developing and evaluating strategic IT plans
• Executives involved in the management and governance of IT resources
• IT practitioners wishing to enhance their knowledge of strategic infrastructure implementation

Data Center


The Certified Data Centre Professional course is a two-day course designed to expose participants to the key components of the data centre. If will address how to setup and improve key aspects such as power, cooling, security, cabling, safety etc. to ensure a hi-available data centre. It will also address key operations and maintenance aspects.

However the ever changing technologies put an increasing pressure on the data centre managers together with a faster pace in which these changes are required.

In addition to this, there is a vast number of companies where the data centre is a shared responsibility between the IT and Facilities divisions, each having their own values and standards to which they believe a mission critical site ought to be running.

This course brings participants up to speed with the data center design, maintenance and operations, valuable lessons which will enable a hi-available, flexible, safe and efficiency mission critical data.


At the completion of the course participants shall benefit from the course such as:

• Obtain an understanding about the infrastructure of the data centre.
• Learn both the standard and the best practices of a data centre professional.
• Gain awareness of potential environmental threats towards the data centre and solutions against such hazards.
• Learn techniques to increase the efficiency of the data centre.
• Be able to perform maintenance on the data centre.
• Be aware of the safety and security practices at the data centre

Target Audience

The primary audience for this course is an IT, Facilities or Data Centre operations professional working in and around the data centre and having responsibility to achieve and improve hi-availability and manageability of the data centre.

Other Services of IT Strategic Management

Network Technology

Information Technology Security, Privacy, and Resiliance

System Integration Consulting

Information Technology Regulatory and Compliences

Information Technology Risk and Asurance Services

IT Project Value Asurance

Data Analysis

Information Technology Risk Assessment

Information Technology Policy and Procudure Assessment

Information Technology Audit