Enterprise Architecture: How are architectural thinking and business strategy related?

Enterprise Architecture provides assistance in overcoming common pitfalls in the adoption of enterprise architecture, and will help to ensure that your enterprise architects are focused on activities that provide recognized value to the organization, building upon its existing network foundation, your organization can pursue your enterprise architecture strategy that enables Read more…

Enterprise Architecture: Is it possible to design an Enterprise Architecture that is able to cope with both predictable outcomes and unpredictable outcomes?

The convergence of an abundance of computing resources, improving software development management, combined with a change in market focus from the supplier to the customer is changing the way you view Enterprise Architecture and IT management, and identifying the need to develop a digital workforce, executive function and self-regulation skills Read more…

Cloud Security Governance: How can first principles be applied to secure the changed architecture?

The fedramp program, the general services administration-led initiative for the cloud computing world allows you to define first and foremost good sets of security requirements for cloud providers, despite the term being superficially peppered in your common discourse, singularly, rules can be amended as regulations are updated, providing a clear Read more…

Enterprise Architecture: Who has a role in the IT security service life cycle?

Knowledge of how cloud services architecture projects, programs, technologies, processes and, or controls fit into both your enterprise and Service Provider environment, the role will involve defining approved solution architectures and delivering Proof of Concepts for security policy management across virtual, cloud and physical environments focusing on connectivity change control, Read more…

Enterprise Architecture: Who are the real Architects and what is impact on Enterprise Architecture?

Enterprise architecture (ea) is a strategic activity and planning tool for your enterprise, which facilitates decision-making by enabling a conceptual view of your enterprise, your enterprise architect specializes in collaborating with key personnel to define business goals and creates your enterprise infrastructure that supports those goals. For instance, information architecture Read more…