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This is a case study presented by a Project manager from a large utilities company on their experience of using an Agile development methodology called Scrum, and gives positive insights on whereand how to make such developments a success.
Ref: W638 Applications, Architecture/Strategy, Operations/Service Management
Providing the business with collaboration tools is now a common requirement. This report looks at some of the options available under the MOSS 2007 umbrella and the pitfalls in implementation.
Ref: W631 Applications, Infrastructure, Technologies
Cost cutting, higher risk appetites and changes in collaboration and information sharing have impacted theway that security chiefs need to partner with the business. Saying no to change is not the answer, instead methodologies need to be adopted to allow critical projects which map into well-thought out risk managementand security processes to progress. Security chiefs at this workshop shared views on how they had tackledthe integration of risk management within their organisations and how new t...
Ref: W537 Security/Business Continuity
"Organisations vary widely in the scope of their Account management role, which may include some or all of these: communication facilitation of strategy and standards, planning and support, delivery and relationship management. Solutions and recommendations are provided for dealing with key challenges people typically find with the role: lack of IT flexibility, authority, credibility, business engagement, gaining awareness, and dealing with SLA’s. Comparisons of the role responsibilities and ...
Ref: W633 Security/Business Continuity
  The report covers key areas Enterprise Architecture, and Business Process Management, that make a contribution to driving business value and agility. Clearly these areas would benefit from working more closely with each other, and some organisations are beginning to make progress in this area
Ref: W617 Architecture/Strategy, Business Relations, Governance, Infrastructure
13 Delegates from 12 organisations representing the Financial, Central Government, Tourism, Energy & Travel Industry sectors shared their experiences around tools currently in use, and how best to implement and manage solutions across the organisation.
Ref: W629
The drive to unify communications voice, data, fixed, and mobile; comes from both business users and technology vendors. This report explores how much of this of this is possible and where progress might be made as well as flagging the pitfalls and 'gotchas' from organisations who have been there.
Ref: W616 Architecture/Strategy, Infrastructure, Security/Business Continuity, Supplier Management/Procurement
Delivering Data Classification projects that successfully work in practice is very difficult, but it can be done protecting organisations from damaging losses both financial and of brand reputation. This paper outlines the key steps in making such projects work from inception through to daily use by business users
Ref: W620 Security/Business Continuity
Delivering Data Classification projects that successfully work in practice is very difficult, but it can be done protecting organisations from damaging losses both financial and of brand reputation. This paper outlines the key steps in making such projects work from inception through to daily use by business users
Ref: W534 Security/Business Continuity
16 Delegates from 14 organisations representing the construction, energy, finance, government, retail and manufacturing industry sectors attended this third event in the Collaboration workshop programme; ‘Improving Collaboration, Communication & Productivity across the Enterprise’. The discussion set out to assess members’ strategies & technologies, and examine infrastructure impacts & requirements.
Ref: W611 Applications, Architecture/Strategy, Infrastructure, Security/Business Continuity
Desktop performance what does ‘good’ really look like when both service and costs are taken into account? What additional issues need to be managed when an outsourcer is involved? Representatives from four global companies discuss ways to be successful in the desktop arena.
Ref: W619 Business Relations, Infrastructure, Operations/Service Management
Desktop performance what does ‘good’ really look like when both service and costs are taken into account? What additional issues need to be managed when an outsourcer is involved? Representatives from four global companies discuss ways to be successful in the desktop arena.
Ref: W619 Business Relations, Infrastructure, Operations/Service Management
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