Good system management not only requires managing the systems themselves, but requires careful planning to make systems interact with each other, auditing of the systems once the systems are built, and proactive maintenance of all systems. Organizations also rely on organizational policies, such as Acceptable Use Policies to bolster the technical aspect of system management.
This course is part of the Computer Security and Systems Management Specialization
About this Course
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Critical first steps in System Management
Planning for an enterprise system environment
Auditing systems in the enterprise
Maintaining systems in the enterprise
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TOP REVIEWS FROM PLANNING, AUDITING AND MAINTAINING ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS
Good and very Educative content altogether. Learned a lot. Thanks to everyone that makes this possible.
I never had the chance to think about policies structure and how to write them. Thank you fr including this section in the IT management profile.
This is the course for one to start his planning, auditing and maintaining enterprise systems. Well designed course with precise and useful content and informative navigations.
over 2 months of completing this course am yet to get my certificate of completion
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