Tag Archives: CAIRO

Cairo goes public

All the models – baseline and target – which the University has developed for its business systems using the application BiZZdesign Architect are now available to anyone with a browser.  Have a look at www.roehampton.ac.uk/cairo/ and you can download the folder containing the models in HTML.  Instructions for use are there also.

Roehampton joins the JISC Flexible Service Delivery Programme

The University has been successful in a bid to the JISC for funding to join the Flexible Service Delivery Programme, Strategic Technologies Group.  This will be a huge step forward in getting together with others working on EA and SOA. It will mean that University staff will be able to contribute to the strategy, to the [...]

Project Cairo

Peeking timidly out from under my fez, here I go for my first blog.  Project Cairo, 18 month project started October 2008 – enterprise architecture relevance to HE, trialling The Open Group Architectural Framework (TOGAF), starting to use the business modelling tool BizzDesign Architect which uses the Archimate language, starting to redesign processes using Service [...]

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