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IT Architecture for Enterprise Systems

IT Architecture for Enterprise Systems

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  • Category: IT Architecture
    Created: Sunday, 02 June 2013
    Description: This group is focused on IT Architecture as a specialty. It's interesting to see IT Architecture discipline moving to mainstream.   We introduced our first IT Architecture course in 1999 when the use of word "Architecture" was still rare in the context of Enterprise or IT. In the last 17 years, we have seen growing adoption and interest in the subject. It's encouraging to see that "IT Architecture" is getting recognized as a critical element for enterprise survival as well as success.   In the last 7 years alone, we have assessed over 2000 plus projects (& initiatives)  and the progress on ground is not very encouraging.   The idea of IT "Architecture" is often confused with IT "Implementation". The challenges related to growing IT complexity, maintenance overheads, technology obsolescence, time to market, relatively inexperienced resource pool and fear of losing your best talent to your competitors have only added to stress to the Product Heads, Project Managers or IT Heads. The idea is simply to connect aspiring & practicing architects (CIO, CTO, Chief Architects, VP / Director IT, Managers, Architects), so that the enormous volume of communication can be replaced with the wisdom and guidance of quick & practical, easy-to-understand ideas which could help you to manage change & complexity better. This group is just another step toward a future where the IT Architecture know-how becomes mandatory for IT Professionals.
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    Category: IT Architecture Created: Sunday, 02 June 2013 Group Admin: Jennifer Brown, Anand B, Sunil Dutt Jha Description: This group is focused on IT Architecture as a specialty. It's interesting to see IT Architecture discipline moving to mainstream.   We introduced our first IT Architecture course in 1999 when the use of word "Architecture" was still rare in the context of Enterprise or IT. In the last 17 years, we have seen growing adoption and interest in the subject. It's encouraging to see that "IT Architecture" is getting recognized as a critical element for enterprise survival as well as success.   In the last 7 years alone, we have assessed over 2000 plus projects (& initiatives)  and the progress on ground is not very encouraging.   The idea of IT "Architecture" is often confused with IT "Implementation". The challenges related to growing IT complexity, maintenance overheads, technology obsolescence, time to market, relatively inexperienced resource pool and fear of losing your best talent to your competitors have only added to stress to the Product Heads, Project Managers or IT Heads. The idea is simply to connect aspiring & practicing architects (CIO, CTO, Chief Architects, VP / Director IT, Managers, Architects), so that the enormous volume of communication can be replaced with the wisdom and guidance of quick & practical, easy-to-understand ideas which could help you to manage change & complexity better. This group is just another step toward a future where the IT Architecture know-how becomes mandatory for IT Professionals.
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    Webinar Series- Is it possible to create IT Strategies in HOURS?

    Webinar Title Date Australia Time US Time Why Enterprise Architects Don’t Have A Seat in CEO's Meeting 13-Jan-2017 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Brisbane Time http://bit.ly/ceosmeting13jan 08:30 PM – 09:30 PM Ney York Time http://bit.ly/ceosmeetingjan13thustime Unleash The Power of Silent Enterprise Architecture Model to Tackle Four Business Problems 17-Jan-2017 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Brisbane Time http://bit.ly/fourbusinessproblems 08:30 PM – 09:30 PM Ney York Time http://bit.ly/fourbusinessproblemustime...

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    A real-time, productized analytics - is that the solution?

    Get Results On The Table Fast With Productized Analytics Chris Twogood , Teradata http://www.forbes.com/sites/teradata/2016/12/15/get-results-on-the-table-fast-with-productized-analytics/#64f65a011693

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    Too Much Data, Too Little Results? How To Accelerate Your Company's Big Data ROI

    Many companies make an initial investment in data analytics, but then struggle, waiting months or so until they see a return on their investments. Interesting write up by Dan Harrington , Teradata http://www.forbes.com/sites/teradata/2016/12/15/too-much-data-too-little-results-how-to-accelerate-your-companys-big-data-roi/#1fd6770c26ff

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    Facebook Rolls Out Tools to Curb Fake News After Uproar

    1. Facebook also said it's taking steps to snip financial incentives for publishers of fake news. It plans to cut off producers of content from hoax domains from buying on its ad networks. 2. The adjustments are algorithmic and won't rely on editors employed by Facebook. 3. The chances that users would take advantage of the new features to bombard articles or publications they disagree with, rather than those stories they find blatantly false. Full story at Bloomberg...

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    Adobe Girds for Stronger Competition in Marketing Cloud Services

    Now Adobe expanding its focus on marketing services -- where the company will compete directly with Salesforce.com Inc., Oracle Corp., Alphabet Inc. and International Business Machines Corp. Full story https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-12-15/adobe-girds-for-stronger-competition-in-marketing-cloud-services

    IT Architecture for Enterprise Systems
This group is focused on IT Architecture as a specialty. It's interesting to see IT Architecture discipline moving to mainstream.   We introduced our first IT Architecture course in 1999 when the use of word "Architecture" was still rare in the context of Enterprise or IT. In the last 17 years, we have seen growing adoption and interest in the subject. It's encouraging to see that "IT Architecture" is getting recognized as a critical element for enterprise survival as well as success.   In the last 7 years alone, we have assessed over 2000 plus projects (& initiatives)  and the progress on ground is not very encouraging.   The idea of IT "Architecture" is often confused with IT "Implementation". The challenges related to growing IT complexity, maintenance overheads, technology obsolescence, time to market, relatively inexperienced resource pool and fear of losing your best talent to your competitors have only added to stress to the Product Heads, Project Managers or IT Heads. The idea is simply to connect aspiring & practicing architects (CIO, CTO, Chief Architects, VP / Director IT, Managers, Architects), so that the enormous volume of communication can be replaced with the wisdom and guidance of quick & practical, easy-to-understand ideas which could help you to manage change & complexity better. This group is just another step toward a future where the IT Architecture know-how becomes mandatory for IT Professionals.
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IT Architecture
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Sunday, 02 June 2013
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Jennifer Brown, Anand B, Sunil Dutt Jha
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