Welcome to our February 2015 Newsletter which features 6 Articles. Please click on the title below to view the article.
We have just published our programme for our co-located
Enterprise Architecture and
Business Process Management Conferences Europe 2015, 15-18 June, London:
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A Historical Look at EA with John Zachman
An article by The Open Group
John Zachman will be presenting the following seminar for IRM UK in London next week:
Zachman Enterprise Architecture: Modelling Workshop & Zachman Certification, 3-6 March 2015
Buy (Don’t Build) Reference Data Management
Aaron Zornes will be Chairing our 10th Annual
MDM Summit Europe, 18-21 May 2015, London
Managing Complexity with Architecture
Mike will be presenting the following seminars for IRM UK in London next month:
Understanding Enterprise Architecture: 16-18 March &
Architecture Skills for Business and IT Professionals
19-20 March 2015
Building Blocks in EA,
Selvyn will be presenting the following TOGAF Seminar for IRM UK in London: TOGAF™
9 Certification Level 1 and 2, 21-24 April 2015; 9-12 November 2015
SQL on Hadoop Engines for
Querying Big Data in Hadoop
Rick van der Lans
Rick will be presenting the following Seminar for IRM UK in London: Business
Intelligence, Big Data, and Data Warehousing: New Technologies and Developments Explained
4-5 June 2015; 1-2 December 2015
Upcoming EU Regulation on Data Privacy and Protection: Impact on Your Company and Timing
Christoph will be presenting a session on this topic at our Annual
Data Governance Conference Europe 2015, 18-21 May 2015
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Quotes from previous delegates:
"Best instructor of any course I have ever been on."
Trish Daniells, Designer, The AA
"Chris, redefines the way value is created by IT. His approach to EA and IT strategy are both innovative and common sense. Just brilliant!"
Kostas Tsatsaris, Lead Enterprise Architect, Transport for London
"Excellent! Great knowledge and teaching style."
Peter Jarvis, JP Morgan, Executive Director - Lead Business Architect
"Inspirational. Able to provide lots of examples to demonstrate theories and practices."
Zoey Moore, Business Project Manager, Aegon UK Services
"Very relevant to my role. Can't wait to apply it and 'sell' it within my company. Completely inspiring!"
Karen Willis, Business Analyst, Lloyds TSB
"Excellent, informative, interesting and challenging."
Paul Downs, Head of IT Infrastructure, Carphone Warehouse