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Zubair Alexander

Best Practices for Securing Active Directory

Most, if not all, of you have probably heard about the 10 Immutable Laws of Security. Unfortunately, a lot of organizations don't take security very seriously. They don't believe anything bad can happen to them, until it does. Securing servers in general is important, whether they are file and print servers or database servers, but securing Active Directory Domain Controllers is even more important. Why? Because Active Directory Domain Controllers allow you to centrally manage and secure your Windows network. You can decide who has access to certain resources, how long should the access be granted, and from which computer can the user access the resources.

Phil Edholm

Choosing Between Cisco Jabber and Microsoft Lync: A quantitative Analysis Methodology for Organizational Decision

For many organizations, the decision about whether to deploy the Lync client that comes with their enterprise Microsoft licenses or the Free Jabber collaboration client that comes as an extension of their Cisco VoIP and video systems is a real challenge. With two strong political camps often backing each option and the complexity of deciding, many organizations are at a stand-still in making a Unified Communications (UC) decision. And even when a decision is recommended, it is often challenged as subjective and biased.

Alan Ramias

Metrics and Process Management

This workshop is designed to provide participants with a practical and time-tested methodology and toolset for creating and implementing a successful process measurement and management system. Starting with a review of the many things that can go wrong in creating metrics, dashboards and the other popular artifacts of the measurement industry, I share hard-earned knowledge of how to design metrics that measure what they’re supposed to, link process performance to organizational goals, and provide useful information for guiding executive decision-making, troubleshooting and continuous improvement.

David Frankel

UML Profiling as a Framework for Domain-Specific Modeling Languages

Domain-specific languages have the power to capture and replicate the architectural knowledge of your best technical people, so that knowledge is consistently applied in production systems. UML Profiling is a potent means for creating domain-specific graphical modeling languages. Over ten years ago the architects of the Unified Modeling Language® (UML) understood that UML would have to be customized and extended for any serious industrial use. We thus incorporated customization and extension mechanisms into UML's fundamental architecture, enabling the creation of UML Profiles.

Alan Ramias

6-Hour Virtual Seminar on Process Modeling

This webinar is designed to present practitioners with the tools and techniques for documenting business processes, with ample opportunity to practice through case studies and application. Participants will be provided with a framework to establish a common understanding of the components of a process and the variables that impact process performance. This course will present:

Janne J. Korhonen

Doing IT Better : The Agile Approach

Gone are the days of business-as-usual tranquility. As today's competitive advantage may be a disadvantage as soon as tomorrow, long-run superior performance calls for non-stop innovation of new value. An agile enterprise must continually change and must even be able to reinvent its core essence in the face of major business discontinuities. There is hardly any business change in which information technology (IT) does not play a role. In contrast, change is increasingly IT-driven. In addition to cost efficiency and reliability of operations, the role of IT as the enabler of organizational agility and innovation is increasing in importance.

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