Monthly Archives: October 2009

Microsoft’s “New Efficiency” Campaign for Windows 7

By | October 29, 2009

I attended a half day seminar offered to IT leaders in Vancouver today by Microsoft Canada. Essentially, this was the launch of Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Exchange Server 2010 to the Vancouver market. There were about 100 people in attendance. Here is my Twitter stream from the session today … http://twitter.com/#search?q=leodesousa msft… Read More »

Using ITG and EA to Manage IT Complexity

By | October 22, 2009

Reading Roger Sessions (@RSessions) work on IT Complexity reminded me of a set of slides we created to articulate the value of IT Governance and Enterprise Architecture. We (my colleague Dave Cresswell and I) used a simplified model to articulate why we needed to build our Enterprise Architecture practice.  The central premise of the argument… Read More »

Discussions on IT Complexity … a beginning

By | October 4, 2009

I added Roger Sessions, CTO of ObjectWatch to my blogroll today. I have been following Roger on Twitter @RSessions particularly his posts and discussions on IT Complexity and how it relates to IT project failures.  On Thursday, Oct 8th Roger and I shared a conference call and agreed to investigate opportunities to collaborate on IT complexity based… Read More »