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Enterprise IT: June 2010 Archives

Any Enterprise consists, at its basics, of business processes delivering the products and the Technology and People resource layers implementing the business processes. As such Business, Technology and People become the key layers of an Enterprise Architecture (EA). Each layer is further described by Views, filters showing only the aspects... Read More..
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Not long ago I felt that Enterprise Architecture (EA) had not been growing at the pace I, at least, thought it should. I asked myself why and came up with a couple of issues. I never thought though the list would expand but it did. This being the case, no... Read More..
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As discussed, EA is typically reduced to an IT Architecture and it does not cover any other type of technology except Information Technology. As a result it's difficult to get traction from firm's management, business or manufacturing people or, for that matter, from any other stakeholders outside IT.Yet there are... Read More..
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Enterprise Architecture (EA) has promised a thorough transformation of the business world by streamlining enterprise operations, aligning IT to business strategy and documenting the company blueprint to improve understanding, measurement and management of its operation.Although EA has been around for some time, the value it promised to offer has not... Read More..
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What will be the impact of the Cloud on the Enterprise IT and the IT Enterprises (i.e. supplying IT)? Let me post a few thoughts in answer to that.The Cloud represents an enhanced business model of supplying the IT resources supporting your Enterprise operation through outsourcing. It is enabled by... Read More..
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Adrian Grigoriu blogs about everything relating to enterprise and business architecture, SOA, frameworks, design, planning, execution, organization and related issues.

Adrian Grigoriu

Adrian is an executive consultant in enterprise architecture, former head of enterprise architecture at Ofcom, the spectrum and broadcasting U.K. regulatory agency and chief architect at TM Forum, an organization providing a reference integrated business architecture framework, best practices and standards for the telecommunications and digital media industries. He also was a high technology, enterprise architecture and strategy senior manager at Accenture and Vodafone, and a principal consultant and lead architect at Qantas, Logica, Lucent Bell Labs and Nokia. He is the author of two books on enterprise architecture development available on Kindle and published articles with BPTrends, the Microsoft Architecture Journal and the EI magazine. Shortlisted by Computer Weekly for the IT Industry blogger of the year 2011.

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