INTEGRATED EA 2016, London
About the conference
The IEA Conference started out in 2007 as a conference for the burgeoning enterprise architecture activities in government. The goal of the conference was to build a community of specialists with a shared belief that enterprise change can only be achieved when business and IT change are in lockstep. We attract attendees and speakers from very diverse backgrounds; from engineers to business analysts, CTOs to human factors specialists. Our speakers include senior civil servants and military, top academics, consultants and thought leaders from both the management and technical arenas.
Integrated EA 2016 Conference call for papers is now closed.
If you would like to receive further communications about the conference or information on exhibiting please email your contact details to penny (at) integrated-ea.com
IEA 2015 News
NEW: Read Sally Bean’s Storify of the Integrated EA 2015 Conference to find out what happened this year.
Keith Hasteley of MOD ISS will be providing an update on version 4 of the NATO Architecture Framework at this year’s Integrated EA Conference
New keynote speakers announced — Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Chairman and Co-Founder, Open Data Institute to join :
Mike Stone, CIO of UK MOD
Prof Nick Jennings, UK Govt Chief Scientific Advisor for National Security
See speakers page for more details.
This year we are delighted to have commissioned some guest blogs from friends of IEA to stimulate conversation in the lead up to the conference. Here are our most recent:
- NEW: A farewell to MODAF by Ian Bailey
- NEW: There’s method in your madness by Ian Bailey
- The first enterprise architects? by Sally Bean
- Models that clients can use, by Patrick Hoverstadt
- EA pitfalls, by Ian Bailey
- Taming the badlands of the IoT, by Graham Bleakley