To ensure the selection of the best approach to satisfying users’ IT requirements, an organization’s Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) must include procedures to define information requirements; formulate alternative courses of action; perform technological, economic, and operational feasibility studies; and assess risks. These solutions should be consistent with the strategic information technology plan and the technology infrastructure and information architecture contained therein.
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IT Process 3: Identify Automated Solutions
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