Wednesday at The Open Group Conference in San Diego included a formal Cloud Computing conference stream. This was followed in the evening by an unstructured CloudCamp, which made an interesting contrast.
Tag: enterprise architecture
TOGAF® Trademark Success
TOGAF®’s tremendous growth over the past few years is a testament to not only how much open enterprise architecture frameworks are needed within organizations today, but also to how certifications like TOGAF® can help professionals differentiate themselves and remain secure in their employment when staff cutting is rampant throughout most industries.
Getting the most out of an “unconference” (and why you should attend TOGAF® Camp!)
At TOGAF Camp, you will take away new or refined ideas that can be applied to your own enterprise, and we upload the discussion content into a wiki accessible to all.
Open Group conference next week focuses on role and impact of enterprise architecture amid shifting sands for IT and business
The Open Group Conference, San Diego: I’ve found these conferences over the past five years an invaluable venue for meeting and collaborating with CIOs, enterprise architects, standards stewards and thought leaders on enterprise issues. It’s one of the few times when the mix of technology, governance and business interests mingle well for mutual benefit.
EA: Being fit is overrated
In nature, nothing is ever more complex than necessary: A lesson for Enterprise Architects. So, like evolution, TOGAF™ is a catalyst to appropriate change, creating the infrastructure and momentum behind business strategy, simplifying the organization and ensuring that it is never more complex than it actually needs to be.
When IT is really about communication
Don’t try to change your business leaders. They have a job to do. Your job is to change the ways you communicate, react and respond to your business leaders.