Principles of Information Technology 2 of 5

When it comes to minimizing risk, redundancy is a good thing. But, in the field of Business Information Technology Deployment, redundancy is bad.

This is the second in a series of five dedicated to the five principles of Business Information Technology Deployment. The second principle is that "the Business Information Technology System must be non-redundant." In this brief video Martin Ramsay discusses why redundancy (not to be confused with a backup of an information system) is counter-productive, adding cost, decreasing accuracy, and causing many more problems. So many organizations routinely violate this principle to their detriment. Watch this video to learn more about how you can help your organization become more effective by following the second principle of Business Information Technology Deployment.

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