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Society for Information Management San Francisco Bay chapter event at annual fusion conference.
Sep 4, 2008
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ITSM Watch Staff





itSMF USA announced it will host the Society for Information Management San Francisco Bay Chapter's monthly program at its annual Fusion Conference in San Francisco at the Moscone Center on Monday, September 8th, from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm.

 

The program, with the main theme "Supercharging your Career -- Why Both Enterprise Architecture and Best Practice are Required" will be delivered by John Zachman, author of the "Zachman Framework," and will also feature David Cannon, co-author of ITIL v3 and current President of itSMF USA.

 

The duo will discuss issues that are of concern to both the IT community and general management regarding Enterprise Architecture and ITIL(R)best practice.

 

The program is available to all non-SIM members at no additional charge, although people who are not attending the Conference will need to register via the San Francisco Bay Chapter's Web page on http://simnet.org/ in advance to ensure admittance to the conference facility at: http://www.simnet.org/Chapters/West/SFBayArea/Events/tabid/476/Default.aspx

 

For more information about Society for Information Management, the San Francisco Bay Chapter, and the program, please contact Mike McAlpen, VP, Programs, SIM SF Bay Area at 510-889-8094 or via email at mmike.mcalpen@gmail.coma.

 

Founded in 1997, the Information Technology Service Management Forum USA (itSMF USA) is the leading industry association that promotes the use of industry best practices and standards in the provision and management of IT Services. Affiliated with itSMF International, itSMF USA has nearly 10,000 members and 47 Local and Special Interest Groups serving the itSMF USA community in the United States.

 




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