TOGAF: How IT Architecture Leads to Organizational Success

IT Architecture is critical to building a stable agile IT infrastructure that is in alignment with the business and its objectives. In a dynamic business environment the infrastructure and all its processes need to not just keep up but provide opportunity for strategic advantage:

  • How to start the IT Architectural practice
  • Engage the business so that IT can be a partner
  • Create re-usable architectural building blocks
  • Leverage existing architectural content

In this webinar, learn the importance of IT Architecture and how it causes organizations to be successful. There will be fifteen minutes of Q&A, so bring your questions for the expert to address. Written answers to all questions left unanswered will be provided to registrants post-event.

Earn 1 CEU. Credits are self-reported to the industry certifying bodies. Check their respective websites for details/qualifications.

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Presented By Roger St Hilaire

Roger St Hilaire is an ICT Strategy and Governance Specialist with over 25+ years’ experience in information systems design, development, implementation, and training. He has been CEO at RESH Global for over three years and served on various non-profit boards including chapter liaison for government collaboration in ISACA Trinidad and Tobago. Roger carries many IT credentials including Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT)™, Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)™ and TOGAF® Certified, PSP Rainmaker® among others. His IT management career spans over 25 years in leadership roles across a wide range of industries. Roger is very active in the IT governance and architecture communities and works with organizations across the planet.