I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the Internet of Things, from both a personal perspective and as it applies to EA. In fact, I wrote about it in my “From the Editor” column in the most recent Architecture and Governance magazine (v12n2): I once thought consumer-oriented “Internet of Things” (IoT) device were novelties. The … Read more EA and the Internet of Things – 10 Thoughts
A couple of months ago, we published part 1 of Top 10 Things an EA Should Be Thinking About. Now we add a few more, with considerations for the New Year. To get started, I will repeat what we said in part 1 as the means of introduction… …Our list represents the Top Ten (or so) … Read more Top 10 Things an EA Should Be Thinking About (Part 2)
Traditional boundaries between organizations are giving way to innovative and creative relationships, driven by a combination of necessity and opportunity. Cross-company information exchange and collaboration is the central success component. Identifying and addressing external collaboration issues is tailor-made to the broad, cross-enterprise, cross-domain perspective and analyses that an EA group can bring to the table.
We are finding Business Architecture (BA) to be one of the most misunderstood but high-profile interests of business executives, CIOs and enterprise architects alike. They are asking questions like: • Is BA the key to enabling business transformation through an enterprise (EA) effort? • Does everyone have a business architecture? • Is it owned and … Read more Business Architecture vs. IT Architecture