Value derived from a ‘traditional’ BI vendor Mike Cobham, London South Bank University
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The Hype Cycle of technology innovationsMark Raskino, Research VP, Gartner UK Ltd
Data quality − how big is the problem, what are the costs and can it be fixed? Beth Reichwald and Sandy Day, University of Exeter
Sarah will examine the persistent drivers for change in improving the management of information, and the contribution of EDRMS to information management. She will consider the change management issues inherent in EDRMS projects drawing on her experience at the University of Huddersfield and in local government. Huddersfield's EDRMS project began with a pilot in 2004 and the EDRMS was adopted as a developing University system in 2006.
The University of Hertfordshire has adopted JISC’s systematic approach in its preparations for EDRM and has begun a progressive enterprise wide implementation across the institution. This case study takes a pragmatic look at how the University has geared up for EDRM and the rewards, challenges and lessons learned along the way.
Experience of Electronic Document and Records Management system implementation for senior management at the University of Northampton
Towards Knowledge Management: EMC after the first yearWill Miller, University College London In late 2007, UCL signed with Dell as prime contractor to install EMC. This was after a five year search for a supplier, and the second time an EDRM company had been signed. At the end of 2008, UCL will have completed two pilot projects, but how much further must it go to come close to the holy grail of institutional knowledge management? A discussion about the hard road of getting an EDRM project started, and the work that must still be done.
Hard hats time (CISG2009)Derek Watson (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) (CISG2009) , Quaestor and Factor, University of St. Andrews
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IT Governance Seminar 2008
John Townsend, Liverpool John Moores University who were in the toolkit pilot project, found this exercise valuable but decided to adopt a different approach, John will discuss merits or otherwise of the toolkit and why LJMU opted for another approach.Presentation JISC Enterprise Architecture
Q&A session and afternoon round-up. Summing up of emerging key themes and some pointers to ongoing related work. -JISC infoNetIT Governance links
HESA – Executive overview and direction (2010)Alison Allden, Chief Executive, HESA
HESA – IT, process and service delivery (2010)Andy Youell, Director of Quality and Development
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JISC and the BeanstalkGill Ferrell, Alex Hawker and Andrew Stewart, JISC (CISG 2011)
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Institutional Repositories: integration and impactWendy White - Faculty Librarian: Law, Arts and Social Sciences, University of Southampton
An update on the HEFCE funded feasibility study to explore the demands and options for a 'cradle to grave' research management and administration system. Where we are, what we found and next stepsDeborah Welland, Chair RMAS Steering Group
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The Anatomy of SharePoint StrategyIan McNeice, Salem Consulting Group
A Curriculum Planning tool with Infopath and SharePointRoss Aiken, University of Liverpool
James Blair, Edinburgh Napier University
Then to Now: Introducing Sharepoint to a Decentralised Global BusinessSunita Anderson, SABMiller plc
An overview of SharePoint 2010 including case studies and complimentary products Duncan Williams, Deltascheme LimitedDuncan Williams will be providing an overview of SharePoint 2010, talking through a number of case studies, end user applications and introducing a number of complementary 3rd party products.
SLC – Developments (2010)Including details of new on-line Student information Service as well as their Courses, Bursaries and Financial Information Services.Graeme Lindsay, Product Consultant, HEI ServicesAnne Thomson, Relationship ManagerGareth Ferrier, Lead Technical ConsultantElaine Dell, Senior Business Systems Analyst
It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but rather the one most adaptable to change...Chris Cobb, Pro-VC, Roehampton UniversityAs the keynote speaker, Chris will set the scene for talking about EA, SOA and UK HE.
Making SOA a reality in HEHugh Griffiths, Director, Griffiths-WaiteA frequent presenter at Butler Group Masterclasses, Hugh will focus on two higher education SOA implementation examples.
Killer, Gorilla, Guerilla Ian Thomas, Lloyds TSB. Having led major SOA implementations in the private sector, Ian will explain why it is that without a focus on Business Architecture, the whole thing’s a bit pointless.
From three TU’s to 3TU − an architect’s dreamBert Van Zomeren, Information Manager, Delft University of Technology. Bert will share the experiences of three universities in The Netherlands who are working together to develop a federated learning environment, using an SOA. The architecture has been used by one of them to integrate its legacy systems in a year.
Dreams and Realities - City University's Registration ProjectChristopher Roper, IBM Software Group. Chris Roper and John Gallagher of City University will provide a case study of a successful SOA implementation that made a difference.
Enterprise Architecture and the Flexible Service Delivery ProgrammeDavid Rose and Andy Jordan, JISCDavid will introduce the new JISC Enterprise Architecture Practice Group and how to take part, and Andy will conclude by relating today's theme to the recently launched JISC Flexible Service Delivery Programme, which promotes agility and innovation through shared services and service-oriented approaches.
Student Centred ServicesDr Andrew West, University of Sheffield (CISG 2011)
Brave New World reinventedPaul Taylor, University of Warwick (CISG 2011)
Change, information, systems − shaping the futureDavid Sowerby, SolstonePlus (CISG 2011)
The Student Mobile Experience − a strategic approach at the University of BristolNikki Rogers, University of Bristol (CISG 2011)
Partnering with third parties and vendor management at Kings College LondonLucy Burrow, King's College London (CISG2009)
UCAS – Strategic update (2010)Elizabeth Henderson-Jones, Technical Services Manager
UCAS – IT, process and service delivery (2010)David Dumbrill, Lead Service Support AnalystLeanne MacNamara, Technical Relationship Manager
An overview of Tier 4 Student Route David Ramsbotham, UKBA (CISG2009)
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What if Web 2.0 really does change everything? Brian Kelly, UKOLN (CISG2009)