Enterprise Computing is the world of computing and data management in large businesses, industries, and other organizations.
The next generation of enterprise computing experts will need to help companies and organizations leverage the superior security, availability,
scalability and other operational advantages of the mainframe, including reduced power and cooling costs, as energy consumption becomes a deciding
factor in the modern data center.
Our enterprise-computing program will include courses like Enterprise Information Management Systems, Enterprise Performance Management and Cloud Computing.
So why to delay? Register and set yourself apart by joining Scholar University’s Enterprise Computing Program.
RODNEY HEISTERBERG, Ph.D., is a professor in the School of Business and Management
at Notre Dame de Namur University,Belmont, USA and Managing Partner at Rod Heisterberg Associates. He teaches the application of information technology for
enabling strategic management decision-making in virtual enterprises. He has over 25 years in Information Technology and Operations Management.
He has worked and consulted for numerous Global 500 companies, including British Aerospace, Eli Lilly, Ford, General Motors, Lockheed Martin, Mitsubishi, Procter & Gamble, Sunbeam, South African Breweries, and US Steel, as well as the U.S. Department of Defense. He is the former Director of Information Technology Management Consulting for Gartner in San Jose where he performed technology product forecasting and led engagements for eBusiness transformation strategy and applications architecture development.
Heisterberg is considered to be a thought leader based on his early work in cloud computing serving as the co-chair of the joint government-industry group that authored the first U.S. standard for providing content management applications Software-as-a-Service. He holds BS, MS, and Ph.D. from Purdue University studying industrial engineering, computer science, and business administration.