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Proposed practices to mitigate significant mobility security risks
(Clute Institute, 2015-02)
Enterprise mobility is emerging as a fast-growing trend worldwide. Numerous risks originate from using mobile devices for business-related tasks and most of these risks pose a significant security threat to organisations’ ...
Web 3.0 : governance, risks and safeguards
(The Clute Institute, 2015-06)
Many organisations consider technology as a significant asset to generate income and control cost. The Web is recognised as the fastest growing publication medium of all time. This mass of unstructured information presents ...
Mobile technology risk management
(Clute Institute, 2016)
Mobile technology is fast becoming an indispensable part of consumers’ lives and an essential business tool in improving productivity, streamlining business processes and remaining competitive. The mobile revolution is ...
An integrated framework to implement IT governance principles at a strategic and operational level for medium-to large- sized South African businesses
(Clute Institute, 2013-07)
In today’s technologically advanced business environments, Information Technology (IT) has become the center of most, if not all, business activities; consequently, the King III report in South Africa dedicated a chapter ...
Using a group work project as an educational tool in management accounting education
(Clute Institute, 2014-05)
Having pervasive skills is becoming more important to employers as well as to professional bodies and associations. Consequently, the ability to work in groups is regarded as an essential skill. Although working in groups ...
Strategic alignment of application software packages and business processes using PRINCE2
(Clute Institute, 2013-10)
Numerous factors exist that may contribute to the unsuccessful completion of application software package implementation projects. The most significant contributor to application software package project failure lies in ...