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Information audit triangle for practitioners

Nurlatifah, Eva (2019) Information audit triangle for practitioners.

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Abstract:Information audit is a set of actions that examine whether or not the information poses in a company support the organizational mission, goals, and objectives. The examination process is also required as a fundamental step for compliance and information quality checking. As a result, in this digital age, companies have to deal with the complexity and a massive amount of data. They deploy the Information Audit to strengthen their performance. There are many studies which analyzed the theories, concepts, and practices of information audit. These studies offer improvement opportunities and guidelines that companies can adopt to improve their performance. However, from the systematic literature review done by the author before, there is a deficiency on research which focuses on developing the information audit framework. In particular, a deficiency in the framework concerning the general processes of information audit. In consideration of the reasons above, this study focuses on designing a framework that covers the general and applicable information audit. To evaluate the framework, the case study in two different companies in Indonesia is performed. The purpose of the case study is to check the generality of the framework. The evaluation result shows that our framework is indeed applicable in real life cases and has contributed to the improvement of the framework.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:54 computer science
Programme:Business Information Technology MSc (60025)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/77204
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