Not all requirements are created equal. Here are some tried and tested ways of gathering architecture level requirements early on in your projects.
Designing a User Experience may not be easy, but it doesn’t have to be difficult either.
While Richard Branson’s new book, The Virgin Way, is “about listening, learning, laughing, and leading,” applying the BRAVE leadership framework to the book’s 10 summary ideas yields some notions that may help your training and development efforts.read more
Does a set of data make you feel more comfortable? More successful? Then your interpretation of it is likely wrong.read more
Wearable technologies: a geeky consumer craze or the next generation of smart tools that will help employees to work smarter?read more
Top-down corporate cultures are better suited for business transformations than overly decentralized companies.read more
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Digital business signals a shift between the age old relationship between humans and machines and Gartner’s Top 10 Predictions for 2015 and beyond examine this shift in a re-examination of the roles machines play in our everyday lives.read more
What does it mean when a vendor says that they offer “HIPAA compliant” encryption? This article works at unbundling that statement to make sure that everyone understands what that means. Cryptology in general and encryption specifically are difficult to accomplish; CISOs, CIOs, HIPAA compliance officers shouldn’t just believe vendors who say “we encrypt our data” without asking for elaboration in several key areas…read more
This article explores a nuanced, but extremely important question in higher-level enterprise architecture, which is the “Why” matters in describing how to apply EA in practice. Tom Graves uses an amusing, highly informative personal anecdote to make his point.read more
Kevin’s entrepreneurial background and his technical and digital expertise will be invaluable as we further connect with customers and deploy new capabilities through e-commerce and mobile channels,” said Walmart Chairman Rob Walton.read more
Paul Preiss, CEO of IASA Global sits down for an in-depth interview with Gabriel Morgan the Director of Enterprise Architect and Strategic Planning at REI.
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Digital marketing is rising in prominence in most large organizations, with the CMO function assuming new technical responsibilities and forging muchread more
This represents the first set of ethical dilemma's for software architects.read more
Third in a series of ethical dilemma's for software architects.read more
As you consider blogging and advancing your blogging career you need to consider who in the end owns the blog you are producing. It may not be you...read more
Most organizations view strategy development as a one-time event intended to create focus and identify yearly projects. However, as strategies move acread more
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This webinar is presented by Jamal Malik, CITA-P, Business Solution Architect with Microsoft's Datacenter and Private Cloud Center of Excellence.read more
Web, cloud, and mobile are three words that constantly appear when looking at current technology trends. The components that drive these trends are al
The theme of this event is understanding and managing two critical dimensions that can have a dramatic impact on the success of an IT Architects job.
Please join us on the 13th of October from 18:30 until 21:00 in the ImpactHUB Downtown Dubai to help us found Iasa UAE.
Architects from all domains, experience levels and industries, business and technology leaders will gain insights into the significance of architecture for their company, today and in the future. Practical approaches to sharpen leadership, technology and innovation skills will be featured.
Despite the usual “gravity” towards investments in efficiency type innovations, organizations need to re-think and modernize their technology portfolios to drive more transformative types of innovation within their user base, allowing them to stay ahead of the competition in this fast-changing business world.
This course is being presented in an instructor led onsite format over 4 days.
This course is being presented in an instructor led onsite format in 5 sessions
This course is being presented in an instructor led onsite format over 5 days.
The Iasa Foundation course provides superior learning opportunities that will enable you to harness the power of architecture. All enterprise and technology architects and strategists will benefit from the concepts presented in this foundation course.
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TORONTO – Canada’s controversial anti-spam law has already forced businesses to change how they communicate with consumers by email. Early next year, the law will also start targeting software makers.read more
Greater product variety and shorter product life-cycles have put the onus on design, which goes a long way in determining what we buy and what we are prepared to pay for themread more
Power has always been easier to recognize than to define. To many, it is simply the ability to get what you want, either through coercion or persuasion. Although that may be accurate, it isn’t very helpful, so strategists have long sought to come up with more operative definitions.read more
As the deadline for bids on a coveted Defense Department contract approaches, teams of technology giants — including IBM and Hewlett-Packard — are competing to modernize the military’s electronic health records.read more
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German software maker SAP cut its 2014 operating profit forecast on Monday as customers shifted faster than expected to products delivered over the Internet, delaying when those orders can be booked as sales.read more
Microsoft has already proven its potency in the cloud era, and is one of three companies with the scale, resources, and know-how to dominate the booming $100 billion market, CEO Satya Nadella told CNBC.read more
Last month, I wrote about what Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst had to say about applications finally overshadowing infrastructure. But the rise of apps is only one of the big changes roiling the IT landscape. Cloud computing has had an equally dramatic effect.read more
In times gone by, when enterprises sought to shave costs off non-core processes, or add capabilities not immediately available in their organizations, they turned to third-party providers. Now, they’re more likely to first look at cloud services before bringing aboard live partners. But this doesn’t mean it’s okay to sit back and let automation take over. Cloud is simply outsourcing in a new form.
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