[AusNOG] your help required
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Thu Nov 19 17:08:54 EST 2009
Suggest an IS management approach for something like this. The 'move'
would not only effect what you've mentioned but additionally impacts
upon an organisation's existing policies, procedures and management
systems. Lots of headaches for the non techs (executive) with regards to
regulation, legal obligations, stakeholders which requires involvement
during all stages of the transition.
Effective change management programs to ensure complete availability and
integrity of information during the transition would be required, also
training upon updated procedures and policies stemming from the new
Risk analysis + vulnerability testing would be a good idea for both
physical (hardware) and logical (software) configuration changes. Would
need to ensure the move is a viable decision before committing (cost
benefit analysis, maybe).
Any CISSPS on AusNOG?
guy at memtronix.com.au wrote:
> Dear all
> I am currently helping out a uni student prepare a presentation which covers
> many topics and was wondering if any one would be so kind as to to assist with
> teh following information. i appreciate people are busy but if you can assist
> it would be greatly appreciated.
> I have have previusly worked for AAPT and APC hence why i am on this list
> In the instance of a company at capacity in co-location/own facility what would
> be the impact of moving to a new premise.I have outlined some of the issues
> below but any input would be of great help .
> cost reduction / risk mitigation / access / conscious of possible carbon
> reduction / power reduction on their business / DR / migration strategy
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