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John Walz speaks on "Software engineering standards for IT departments supporting Sarbanes-Oxley"

IT departments have been in a growth mode for the past decades in both dimensions of corporation control and costs. This has resulted in IT outsourcing and strong regulations on corporate governance, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX). IT organizations have freedom on the format and content of typical software engineering project documents and can chose from several frameworks, standards, and methods to implement and enhance their mission and value-added services within their company.


Recorded 5 February 2007 in Vancouver, B.C. | Language: English


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