Tag Archives: application

Microsoft Canadian Colleges Exec Briefing – Windows Devices

By | February 4, 2011

Tweet Mark Linton, Senior Director, Windows Phone Business, OEM Division Jeff McKee, Senior Director, Windows Client Business, OEM Division Windows Phone and Windows 7 Vision – create seamless experiences that combine the magic of software with the poser of the internet across a world of devices – PC, phone, TV all bridged by the Cloud… Read More »

Microsoft Canadian Colleges Exec Briefing – Collaboration with SharePoint

By | February 4, 2011

Tweet Rob Howard, Program Manager, SharePoint, Microsoft Corporation Collaboration Futures with SharePoint Looking at the work streams in SharePoint – deliver the best productivity experience, cut costs with a unified infrastructure, rapidly respond to business needs Sites Communities Content Search Insights Composites Optimize your deployment across scenarios – On premise and hosted solutions with SharePoint… Read More »

Microsoft Canadian Colleges Exec Briefing – MS Priorities in Higher Ed

By | February 2, 2011

Tweet James Garner Ptaszynski, Ph.D. – Senior Director, World Wide Higher Education Strategy  jimp@microsoft.com Microsoft Priorities for Higher Education – Creating the University of the Future – Today (stop waiting for tommorrow’s technology) Trends – Global Competition, The Economy, Elite & For Profit Institutions, Students & Consumerization of IT Look at article – Leadership –… Read More »

Microsoft Canadian Colleges Exec Briefing – Keynote

By | February 2, 2011

Tweet Anthony Salcito, VP World Wide Education, Microsoft – tonysa@micorosoft.com 617-877-2780 Technology in Education – Expect More Today’s Challenges attract and retain students, researchers and academics in an increasingly competitive environment student populations are growing and are more diverse, distributed, discerning and price concious limited government funding and tight budgets Collaborative Campus a vision and an IT architecture… Read More »

Forrester Top 15 Technology Trends – Webinar Notes

By | January 27, 2011

Tweet Gene Leganza (@gleganza) VP and Principal Analyst, Forrester Research Inc discusses and presents on Technology Trends.  Gene used the following criteria (Impact, Newness, Complexity) to help describe the trends. In Oct 2010, Gene wrote about the Top 15 Technology Trends on his Forrester blog.  Gene published a table of the top trends here. On Jan… Read More »

SGHE Summit – Project Horizon Technical Overview

By | April 27, 2010

Tweet SGHE Summit – Project Horizon Technical Overview – Bob Rullo (@bobrullo) * power in Moscone West went out just as Bob started his talk. He did a great job working through his presentation with no slides! Great job, Bob! SGHE Summit – Project Horizon Technical Overview – needs Oracle 11gR1 database, Oracle Weblogics App… Read More »

How Would You Reorganize An Application Service Delivery Model?

By | March 20, 2010

Tweet I have been thinking a lot about re-engineering the service delivery model for the application services team that I lead. I have been guiding my team to think about: “We deliver the platform and work with the business to provide services”. Our applications team is made up of subgroups aligned by major application services. … Read More »

Corporate Information … single source or single search?

By | June 3, 2009

Tweet Recently, we have been talking about creating a single repository for IT Services departmental information. The idea being that our team members need to go to one place to get the information they are looking for. Instead of wasting time looking at multiple repositories each with their own taxonomies, UX and search features, put… Read More »

What good looks like … follow-up

By | May 25, 2009

Tweet Alan Inglis posted about What good looks like from a solutions architecture perspective.  How do you create a solution for a new project without creating architecture that already exists or making the same mistakes that previous projects made? This is a must read post and I recommend it. Alan described 10 artefacts that he would… Read More »

SOA Governance by Todd Biske – Book Review

By | April 11, 2009

Tweet I have been following Todd Biske ( @toddbiske) for a few years now. I was in Orlando in Oct 2008 teaching a full day course on EA in Higher Education at the Annual Educause 2008 conference and I met Mike Kavis ( @madgreek65) for lunch (via Twitter but that is another story). We talked… Read More »