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The purpose of Architecture Corner is to have a place to discuss subjects in the intersection between business and IT. Today, IT is relevant in most cases when you want to do changes to the business. The opposite is even more true, you need business involvement, when doing changes to IT in order to succeed. Our ambition is to send this show at regular intervals, with guests who have different backgrounds and diverse opinions.

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#35. Innovation is to say no

Greger Wikstrand and Joakim Lindbom talks about what innovation is for them and what problems their clients have with innovation. Greger was speaker at IBM Interconnect in Las Vegas were he spoke about a recent case and Joakim gives an example how they improved the business for their client, using IT. You can follow them on twitter as @GregerWikstrand and @JoakimLindbomLinks1) Leveraging Bluemix at PostNord -  https://youtu.be/xnw1Z2n0cgQThis episode was recorded near the ferry terminal in Helsingborg in March 2016.Architecture Corner is a part of Disruptive Architecture - http://disruptivearchitecture.infoPublished by Artmann Media, Höganäs, Sweden, March 2016.http://www.artmann.co.ukCopyright: Creative Commons License, Attribution Share Alike

21 Mar 2016

Rank #1

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#34. Document management in a mobile world

In this last episode for this season, Claudio Reyers share his views on document management in a mobile world.  This episode was recorded in Stockholm in November 2015.Architecture Corner is a part of Disruptive Architecture - http://disruptivearchitecture.infoPublished by Artmann Media, Höganäs, Sweden, December 2015. Copyright: Creative Commons License, Attribution Share Alike

20 Dec 2015

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#33. Irrelevant business information

Mikael Flovén gives his view of irrelevant business information and share examples from different organisations. The host of the show is Casimir Artmann. Links1) To many requirements - https://vimeo.com/channels/architecturecorner/1449612412) No estimates - http://neilkillick.com/2013/01/31/noestimates-part-1-doing-scrum-without-estimates/This episode was recorded in Stockholm in November 2015.Architecture Corner is a part of Disruptive Architecture - http://disruptivearchitecture.infoPublished by Artmann Media, Höganäs, Sweden, December 2015.http://www.artmann.co.ukCopyright: Creative Commons License, Attribution Share Alike

13 Dec 2015

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#32. Agile project management

Christina ”Nina” Lundström and Catharina Zetterberg discuss their roles as project managers in agile projects. This episode was recorded in Stockholm in November 2015.Architecture Corner is a part of Disruptive Architecture - http://disruptivearchitecture.infoPublished by Artmann Media, Höganäs, Sweden, December 2015. Copyright: Creative Commons License, Attribution Share Alike

6 Dec 2015

Rank #4

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#30. To many requirements

Casimir Artmann talks about when you have to many requirements . You can follow them on twitter as @Artmann and @GregerWikstrandThis episode was recorded in Lund in November 2015.Architecture Corner is a part of Disruptive Architecture - http://disruptivearchitecture.infoPublished by Artmann Media, Höganäs, Sweden, November 2015.http://www.artmann.co.ukCopyright: Creative Commons License, Attribution Share Alike

22 Nov 2015

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#29. Privacy now and in the future

Greger Wikstrand and Casimir Artmann are in Lund where they talk about privacy, tolerance and trust. You can follow them on twitter as @GregerWikstrand and @Artmann1) Hitta.se2) Viking longhouse - Wikimedia.org3) Theresa May: Internet data will be recorded under new spy laws - telegraph.co.uk4) The collapse of US-EU safe harbor - blog.microsoft.comThis episode was recorded in Lund in November 2015.Architecture Corner is a part of Disruptive Architecture - http://disruptivearchitecture.infoPublished by Artmann Media, Höganäs, Sweden, November 2015.http://www.artmann.co.ukCopyright: Creative Commons License, Attribution Share Alike

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15 Nov 2015

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#28. Case for case management

A case for case management with Léon Smiers and Greger Wikstrand. They discuss BPM and case management, how they differ and how the complement each other. Léon also talks about why they wrote their latest book, Oracle Case Management Solutions and the benefits with case management. Léon Smiers works as a Solution Architect for Capgemini, The Netherlands in the area of Oracle Technology and Architecture, where he is one of the leading Oracle specialists. He has done a lot of work and research in the field of integration and new technologies, like RFID, SOA, EDA, BPM, and case management, on which he wrote articles and presented at international conferences. You can follow them on twitter as @LeonSmiers and @GregerWikstrandLinks1) Oracle Case Management Solutions (ISBN: 978-1482223828) by Léon Smiers, Manas Deb, Joop Koster and Prasen Palvankar -  http://oraclecasemanagementsolutions.com 2) Léon Smiers blog - http://leonsmiers.blogspot.se3) Miljarder i potten för CSN efter dom - http://www.unt.se/start/miljarder-i-potten-for-csn-efter-dom-3864453.aspxThis episode was recorded at Capgemini Office in Helsingborg in September 2015.Architecture Corner is a part of Disruptive Architecture - http://disruptivearchitecture.infoPublished by Artmann Media, Höganäs, Sweden, November 2015.Copyright: Creative Commons License, Attribution Share Alike

8 Nov 2015

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#27. State of SOA today

Joakim Lindbom and Greger Wikstrand discuss the state of SOA today.  You can follow them on twitter as @JoakimLindbom and @GregerWikstrandThis episode was recorded at Joakims home in Helsingborg in August 2015.Architecture Corner is a part of Disruptive Architecture - http://disruptivearchitecture.infoPublished by Artmann Media, Höganäs, Sweden, November 2015.http://www.artmann.co.ukCopyright: Creative Commons License, Attribution Share Alike

1 Nov 2015

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#26. Legacy software that provides value

Woody Zuill and Greger Wikstrands talks about the value we get from from legacy software, but also the need to continuously improve the codebase.  Woody Zuill likes to share his experiences of software development. You'll find his blog at zuill.us/WoodyZuill/ or connect directly on Twitter twitter.com/WoodyZuillGreger Wikstrand also has a blog at gregerwikstrand.com/ and can be found on Twitter as twitter.com/GregerWikstrandLinks1) Photo: Ivan sutherland, SketchpadThis episode was recorded at Capgemini office in HelsingborgArchitecture Corner is a part of Disruptive Architecture - disruptivearchitecture.infoPublished by Artmann Media, Höganäs, Sweden, October 2015.artmann.co.ukCopyright: Creative Commons License, Attribution Share Alike

25 Oct 2015

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#25. No IT, only business technology

Is there such a thing as IT, or is it only business enabled by technology? Ad Verschoor from Capgemini in Holland discuss business technology with Greger Wikstrand in this episode of Architecture Corner. You can follow them on twitter as @GregerWikstrandLinks1) Jo Jackman - Old cash register - https://www.flickr.com/photos/jojakeman/48834981182) Case for case management - Architecture Corner, episode #28 (to be published 8th November, 2015)This episode was recorded at Capgemini Office in Helsingborg in September 2015.Architecture Corner is a part of Disruptive Architecture - http://disruptivearchitecture.infoPublished by Artmann Media, Höganäs, Sweden, October 2015.http://www.artmann.co.ukCopyright: Creative Commons License, Attribution Share Alike

18 Oct 2015

Rank #10