Implementing Application Enterprise Architecture Part II

| October 18, 2009

Banner Enterprise Architecture and Integration Points We have spent the last several weeks identify all of the Banner 7x integration points. The next it will be to document the 9000+ SQR is an objects in the system. At The current time the college is running SunGard Banner 7X, with the following Banner Modules (I.E. Student, Finance, Human […]

Google Wave and the effect on document retention policies and procedures

| October 13, 2009

Over the last couple of days, I have been lucky enough to have a Google wave account which has allowed me to investigate all of the new features. Once again Google has knocked this one out of the park, I can truly see how the next generation of e-mail will greatly enhance our overall communication […]

The Number One Mistake When Implementing An ERP System

| October 7, 2009

The other day in a meeting, I was asked what is the number one mistake people make when implementing an ERP system an a college or university setting, This one came out of my mouth so fast that it through me back for a loop; I stated a lack of a retention policy for newly […]

Could you be a CIO?

| October 5, 2009

Nothing illustrates the role of information in modern business better than the emergence of the CIO or Chief Information Officer. It’s a senior management position that first appeared in the late 1980s. In theory at least, the role combines information technology know-how with all-round business skills. It may a simplistic and clichéd view, but the […]