The Open Group India Conference in Pune on 11 March, 2011 was very well attended. The delegates actively participated in the Conference, ensuring a very lively day.
Enterprise Architecture’s Quest for its Identity
Is enterprise architecture primarily about IT or is it about the entire enterprise? Is enterprise architecture a “hard” discipline or a “soft” discipline? Our answers strongly influence what we believe is within the purview of enterprise architecture, how we address that scope, and what we imagine we can accomplish by doing so.
Looking back at Day Two in Hyderabad: The Open Group India Conference
I share the sentiment made by other participants about how useful the The Open Group India Conference has been in furthering our knowledge in various exciting fields in such a short time – a day, literally!
The Open Group Conference India — at Chennai
Yesterday, I attended the first of the three-day Open Group Conference held at Chennai, India. It was a pleasure to meet like-minded fellow enterprise architects and discuss the challenges that we face and opportunities ahead of us.
Looking back at Day One in Chennai: The Open Group India Conference
I have been enriched by this experience on two counts: By sharing my thoughts with the distinguished audience I have gained deeper appreciation of my topic; and by listening to the great presentations I’ve heard at The Open Group India Conference.
Security Forum Completes Third & Final Phase of Risk Management Project: Cookbook for ISO/IEC 27005:2005
We created the Cookbook for ISO/IEC 27005:2005 for anyone tasked with selecting, performing, evaluating, or developing a risk assessment methodology. I can say with confidence that we have met our goals in creating comprehensive and needed guidance and standards in the area of risk analysis.