Dr. Kaisler presented at 50th Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences

January 04, 2017

Dr. Stephen Kaisler (adjunct professor, CS) and Dr. Frank Armour (American University, Kogod School of Business) presented the paper “15 Years of Enterprise Architecting at HICSS: Revisiting the Critical Problems” at the 50th Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences , held January 4 at Waikoloa, The Big Island.  The presentation was attended by more than 40 people in the “Enterprise and Business Architecture” mini-track.  The paper re-examined critical problems from the authors’ 2005 paper, identified progress or lack thereof, and identified three new categories of problems based on an analysis of more than 95 papers accepted for the mini-track over 15 years.  Separately, Dr. Kaisler and his colleague Dr. William Money (The Citadel, formerly with GW Business School) presented a half-day tutorial on “Big Data Analytics: Architecture and Technology" at the conference.  Their tutorial was attended by more than 50 people, and it examined architectural concepts and discussed critical challenges in developing architectures for Big Data systems approaching the exabyte range.