Basic Rules Unlock Keys to Event Analysis

Posted December 7, 2010 | Technology |

Event analysis is a counterintuitive but "easy to understand and use" approach for designing or redesigning processes and systems. If used consistently and extensively, it simplifies architectures, increases structural parallelism, identifies needed controls, and expedites the eventual enhancements of applications, middleware, and operating systems.

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Kenneth Rau
Kenneth Rau is an internationally recognized authority on IT strategic planning, governance, control, and performance measurement. Mr. Rau has conducted research, written, spoken, consulted, and practiced in these areas for more than 30 years, helping businesses increase the business value of IT. His current areas of focus are IT performance measurement, governance, financial and risk management, and IT organizational change management.… Read More
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