Industry-specific benchmarking reports built on years of in-depth industry data, collected using our innovative diagnostic programs. We aggregate the data across hundreds of IT departments in your industry to give you tailored vertical insights, all packaged in professional boardroom-ready reports.
Professional Associations Reference Architecture
Reference architectures built on years of industry expertise, honed by analysts working with real IT professionals in your industry. Leverage industry best practices so you don’t waste time and money reinventing the wheel.
November 21, 2019
This note is intended as a guide to avoiding some of the pitfalls in professional engagements overseas. It discusses things to consider in developing engagement proposals and project plans for such engagements.
Problematic IT Processes for Professional Associations: Managing Service Catalog, Organizational Change Management, and Performance Measurement
May 13, 2019
Info-Tech’s IT Management & Governance Diagnostic provides industry-level insights on the challenges of IT departments. We use a concept known as Service Gap to compare the rated importance of a particular IT process with its effectiveness. Use this data to review the existing IT strategy. Ensure that it includes initiatives that adequately address these shortcomings.
September 6, 2018
Nonprofit organizations need to be frugal with their funding, but that doesn’t mean they need to live in blissful ignorance when it comes to cybersecurity. Honeypots can act as an early warning system of hackers at a fraction of the cost of a security operations center.
July 20, 2018
The trust in non-for-profit is slipping. This article explores how blockchain technology can offer a promising antidote.
March 19, 2018
Currency speculation aside – blockchain is a hugely transformative technology uniquely suited to the distributed nature of municipal governments’ day-to-day life. Co-ordinating the activities of inter-governmental agencies at the provincial, state, and federal levels, not-for-profits, community groups, inspectors, and contractors would require significant central overhead to achieve. Plus these groups are frequently fiercely independent, at odds, or even outright suspicious of each other. Far better a decentralized approach, a platform that facilitates co-operation and collaboration without the need to trust a single central authority.