Making Standards Work® for Smart Cities was the theme of The Open Group Berlin 2017 event. The focus was on how an architecture framework such as TOGAF®, an Open Group standard, can help administrations govern the introduction of smart systems to enable their citizens and businesses to thrive and prosper.
The Open Group Berlin 2017 theme: ‘Making Standards Work®’ for Smart Cities
Its focus will be on how an architecture framework such as TOGAF®, an Open Group standard, can help administrations govern the introduction of smart systems to enable their citizens and businesses to thrive and prosper.
The Open Group San Francisco 2017 Highlights Day 1
By The Open Group
The Open Group kicked off its first event of 2017 on a sunny Monday morning, January 30, in the City by the Bay, with over 200 attendees from 20 countries including Australia, Finland, Germany and Singapore.
The Open Trusted Technology Provider™ Standard (O-TTPS) – Approved as ISO/IEC 20243:2015 and the O-TTPS Certification Program
By The Open Group
The increase of cybersecurity threats, along with the global nature of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), results in a threat landscape ripe for the introduction of tainted (e.g., malware-enabled or malware-capable) and counterfeit components into ICT products. This poses significant risk to customers in the operation of their business enterprises and our critical infrastructures.
Understanding the Customer Experience: A Conversation with Forrester Analysts David Cannon and David Wheable
With more technology in the hands of consumers than ever before, customers have become increasingly demanding in terms of not only the service they receive from companies but also the experience they have with your company or brand. Today, companies must be aware of and respond to what customers are looking for in terms of what they get from a company and how they interact—or they risk losing those customers.
To Colonize Mars, NewSpace Companies Look to Standards Development
If we are to someday realize the dream of colonizing Mars, Enterprise Architects will play a critical role in getting us there. Developing open standards for the new space industry will help nascent NewSpace companies figure out how they can work together. RedWorks began as an effort to solve the problem of building on Mars. “Now RedWorks want to bring that 3D technology back to Earth. RedWorks is creating a flexible system to print building materials from the dirt beneath your feet. This hyper-local construction system will make it less costly to build in New Frontiers on Earth, by using long established architectural concepts in concert with new adapted organic construction technologies.”