Thursday, October 17, 2013

"10 old-school IT principles in modernized disguise"

Bob Lewis of InfoWorld lists the 10 old-school IT principles that still rule, albeit, in a modernized guise:
  1. It's never just about how good the technology is
  2. Good information security starts with good physical security
  3. Know the threats
  4. Testing software means more than putting code into production and seeing what happens
  5. Control changes to the production environment
  6. Waterfall ought to work, but agile actually does
  7. Relationships precede process, and relationships outlive transactions
  8. Integrate, because interconnecting 'islands of automation' takes a lot of stupid out of business processes
  9. IT exists to support the business
  10. It's about business change, or else what's the point
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