Information Integrity in an SOA: Putting the Trust Back Into Information
Date: March 13, 2008
12:00 pm US Eastern
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Michael Curry, Director of Product Marketing and Strategy, IBM Software (bio)
Gary Barnett, Partner and CTO, Bathwick Group Ltd. (bio)
David A. Kelly
Information integrity is no longer the sole responsibility of the IT department. The integrity of corporate information is of growing concern to businesses faced with increasingly stringent government regulations, disaggregation of enterprises into global value nets, and the continuing explosion of business information from emails and other non-traditional sources. Maintaining information integrity requires well-formed policies implemented in correct and compliant processes, based on accurate, consistent and properly managed information.
In this web seminar, Gary Barnett, a partner with the Bathwick Group, and Michael Curry, Director of Product Marketing & Strategy for IBM Information Infrastructure, will take a closer look at the issues critical in developing, and maintaining, Information Integrity.
What You'll Learn from Attending this web seminar:
- Why information integrity takes on such a critical role in a service oriented architecture.
- What aspects of your information infrastructure you should review as you examine your ability to deliver information integrity.
- The capabilities you need to deploy in order to ensure there is no degradation or exposure to the overall process or transaction.
All registrants who attend this live web seminar will receive complimentary access to a recent white paper on SOA Process Integrity
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Get the details and Register today at: www.ibm.com/soa/impact2008
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Featured Speaker Bios:
Michael Curry is the Director of Product Marketing & Strategy for IBM Information Infrastructure. With over twelve years of experience in the software and systems integration industries, his career has focused on implementing large-scale systems within Fortune 500 companies, primarily in the Finance industry. Michael joined IBM through the Ascential acqusition. Prior to Ascential, Michael worked as VP of Products at Java application development software startup Altio, and has held management positions at PFN, Level(3) Communications and Seer Technologies. He is a prominent public speaker in Java and XML technologies, and a frequent contributor to industry articles and publications.
Gary Barnett is a partner and CTO with the IT research company Bathwick in the U.K. The Bathwick Group Ltd., founded in 1997, provides research services, marketing tools, and market consultancy to a range of IT, government, communications, and media clients as well as offering research and consulting services to end-user organisations within the domains of business and IT strategy.
For the last ten years he has worked as an analyst and consultant, providing advice to end-user organisations on technology selection and IT strategy. He has also advised technology vendors and services companies ranging from the leading IT companies to start-ups on topics such as product strategy, competitive analysis and business planning.
Gary’s current research interests include – SOA, Data Management, Globalisation, Green IT, Innovation, Business-focussed IT Strategy, the Role of the CIO, Legacy Modernization and Infrastructure.
Prior to joining Bathwick, Gary was Research Director at Ovum. While at Ovum he launched a number of Ovum’s research programmes on the topics of innovation, open source, intellectual property, middleware, infrastructure and the CIO agenda.
Before becoming an analyst Gary worked as a software engineer in the UK and France, developing and designing mainframe and large-scale client-server applications. Gary is frequently quoted in the worldwide trade press and is a well-known speaker at conferences, on topics as varied as 'The future of the CIO' and Outsourcing.