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  • Chess Game
    According to Sopra Banking Software's Dr David Andrieux, in a world where 'smart' or cognitive systems have reached new levels of sophistication, it's time the financial services industry woke up to their potential.
  • Dog Weaving Through Poles
    Change is pervasive and the IT environment is no exception. While change enables innovation and improvement, if not managed properly consequences may be grave and the credibility of IT department can be in doubt.
  • Man Looking Up
    Svyatoslav Kotusev, a researcher at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, questions whether the Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) is the industry standard framework that enterprise architects really deserve.
  • Birds On A Wire
    Major technological, social, and even political changes demand the management of often massive programmes of work, which inevitably have IT components. With this in mind, Robert Hughes looks at the ‘ins and outs’ of complex programme management.
  • Passport
    When a wise man suggested the idea of an ‘internet passport’, it attracted a largely critical response. The main objectors focused on the viability of the suggestion; how would it be implemented and how could it be assured and secured?

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