It’s Official: The RSA Archer NAVIGATOR Tool Is Now Live – premiering at RSA Charge 2016 and on the Archer GRC Community on October 25.
The NAVIGATOR Tool is designed to help you take charge of your learning and power your path to Archer success.
As you know, RSA offers many resources to help you achieve time to value with your Archer investment. It could be participating in our classroom or on-demand training through RSA University. It could be learning about Archer via our comprehensive user documentation. Or, it might also be taking advantage of the discussions with RSA subject matter experts, our partners, or your GRC counterparts on RSA Link…the largest GRC Community in the world. And, engaging with your peers at events such as RSA Charge, or reviewing the more than 60 RSA Charge/Summit customer use case presentations, both of which provide incredible learning opportunities.
This wealth of information at your fingertips, however, can also be daunting … how do you know where to start, what training and/or documentation are right for you personally?
With the NAVIGATOR Tool, we are taking the first step toward simplifying the process of finding the right information and content for you, based on your role and your level of expertise, that’s right ‘your role’ and ‘your level of Archer expertise.’ (*see definitions below)
For those of you attending Charge, we will be hosting 3 Lab Sessions in Room 225:
Wednesday, Oct. 26: 11:15 am – 12:00 Noon
Wednesday, Oct. 26: 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm
Thursday, Oct. 27: 11:15 am – 12:00 Noon
For all others, we invite you to watch the NAVIGATOR video and to check out the NAVIGATOR Tool for yourselves (attached below for your convenience). We ask that you remember this is only Phase 1 of a 3-Phase project; our goal is to have an automated NAVIGATOR Tool available in Q1 2017.
1. A person in an Archer Administrator role is typically responsible for implementing business requirements within the RSA Archer Platform. While a full understanding of the Platform features is required, additional knowledge about the solutions in use can also be beneficial.
2. A person in a Technical Administrator role is typically responsible for the installation and maintenance of the RSA Archer Platform. They require knowledge of the Platform, its solutions and all the technical aspects of deploying RSA Archer for usage by the various teams within their company.
3. An Archer Business User is typically responsible for defining requirements for an Archer build. This user should know what the Archer platform is capable of, so that appropriate requirements can be written. Knowledge of the solution area(s) purchased is also appropriate for this user.
4. End users of an Archer implementation will benefit from learning how to navigate the system and how to build reports. They may also benefit from viewing the solution training(s) and reading the Use Case guides for the solution(s) within which they will be working.
Levels of Expertise
1. Getting Started: Brand new to RSA Archer and needing foundational information on the RSA Archer platform and solution areas
2. Expanding: Advancing your knowledge of the platform and achieving a deeper understanding of the RSA Archer use cases and how to implement them
3. Advanced: Mastering your knowledge of RSA Archer from a technical, administrative or business use, depending upon your role