Framework dan Prototype Tata Kelola Teknologi Informasi (TI) Pendidikan Tinggi

Henderi Henderi, Aang Subiyakto


Information technology (IT) is becoming increasingly important for higher education (and others) that can facilitate the implementation of business processes and enhance competitive advantage. Through IT, business processes can be implemented more easily, quickly, efficiently, and effectively. IT also offers many opportunities for universities to improve performance, transforming the service, market, work processes, and community relations and researchers. Therefore, the current IT governance to be one critical success factor (CSF) for leaders (CIOs) and partner universities to optimize the role of IT in improving asset effectiveness, performance achievements, goals, objectives, mission, and vision of the organization. However, the complexity of the application of IT in the organization caused difficulties at various levels of leaders and stakeholders in understanding, creating and implementing IT governance in higher education. As a result the benefit of using IT to get higher education is felt not worth the investment value that has been issued. Therefore, this article discusses an overview of IT governance principles and guidelines established by experts in the field IT governance, IT governance structures in higher education, IT governance
committees intensively, and recommendations for good IT governance prototype that can be applied in higher education.

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