The Rising Importance of the Enterprise Architect

By Diann Daniel. With equal parts technology expertise and business savvy, today’s enterprise architects are connecting silos and enabling the enterprise vision. Enterprise architecture focuses on four crucial C’s: connection, collaboration, communication and customers. Imagine needing to manually log onto five different systems to create and track an order, or putting in 20 hours researching … Read more

Urbanisation (informatique) – Wikipedia

Un article de Wikipédia, l’encyclopédie libre. Les concepts de l’urbanisation de l’habitat humain (organisation des villes, du territoire) ont été réutilisés en informatique (notamment par Jacques Sassoon dans les années 1990 dans le secteur bancaire) pour formaliser ou modéliser l’agencement du système d’information (SI) de l’entreprise. Read more here

Transforming Government through Change Management: The Role of the State CIO

NASCIO Enterprise Architecture Committee, April 2007. This white paper reviews contemporary ideas surrounding the subject of organizational transformation, presents a state perspective on the issue, and provides the state CIO with relevant recommendations and calls to action. The accompanying research summary provides a short overview of the research findings presented in the white paper. The … Read more

Enterprise Architecture Comparison

A Comparison of the Top Four Enterprise-Architecture Methodologies. An article, posted by MSDN Architecture, looks at the differences in the top four enterprise architectures. Here, Vaughn Christie makes a comparison of each based on 12 criteria that are most often used for comparing and evaluating enterprise-architectural methodologies. Note that these criteria might not be relevant … Read more

TOGAF or not TOGAF: Extending Enterprise Architecture beyond RUP

By Vitalie Temnenco, Architect, WSIB. 15 Jan 2007. IBM developerWorks. From The Rational Edge: This article contrasts the disciplines of enterprise architecture, solution architecture, and business architecture; compares these disciplines to the IBM Rational Unified Process (RUP) and suggests ways to combine them; and advocates applying The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) in combination with … Read more