Enterprise Architects that do not target business outcomes will struggle to remain relevant.
Uncertainty and ambiguity occur far more frequently in the real world. Context and nuance add complexity, but not all complexity can be avoided. In fa
Im letzten Artikel haben wir einiges über JMS erfahren. Nun werden wir verschiedene JMS Implementierungen und Tools betrachten. Unser Ziel ist es, mit JMS in Berührung zu kommen und einige Details an unterschiedlichen Implementierungen zu betrachten. Wir werden jedoch keine Implementierung in extremer Tiefe betrachten, vergleichen oder gar eine Bestenliste aufstellen.read more
Heute möchte ich einige Anreize rund um das Thema „Transport“ geben, denn der Transport ist das Bindeglied zwischen all unseren Komponenten und damit allgegenwärtig. Zunächst suchen wir eine Format/Kanal-Kombination, die geeignet ist, die Kommunikation zwischen unseren Komponenten abzuwickeln.read more
The idea is that companies can — and should — do well by doing good.read more
The prospect of rapid growth online is an opportunity CPG companies can't ignore, and yet it's not a given that they will share in that growth.read more
Almost every industry — from food to education to healthcare — is adding IT services. Here are ten places to watch for high-tech disruption in the coming years.read more
The economics of online commerce have been as much about data as they have been about reduced selling costs; the online guys know their customers better and therefore know how to market to them and build them a customized experience.read more
While Richard Branson’s new book, The Virgin Way, is “about listening, learning, laughing, and leading,” applying the BRAVE leadership framework to the book’s 10 summary ideas yields some notions that may help your training and development efforts.read more
Wearable technologies: a geeky consumer craze or the next generation of smart tools that will help employees to work smarter?read more
Does a set of data make you feel more comfortable? More successful? Then your interpretation of it is likely wrong.read more
Top-down corporate cultures are better suited for business transformations than overly decentralized companies.
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People routinely now consider cloud options as the first option with less consideration of all the components now except security. Its interesting toread more
A continuation of the ethical architect series. Some questions for those who respond to and those who create RFI's and proposals. What are the ethicalread more
The architecture of a system is the set of fundamental concepts or properties of the system in its environment, embodied in it elements, relationshipsread more
The discipline of strategic planning exists to keep the two organizations continuously aligned. Cascading down one's strategy is to share accountabiliread more
This is a continuation of a post from a few weeks ago. The concept is when does a solution pass beyond the ownership of the original architect. In theread more
Most organizations view strategy development as a one-time event intended to create focus and identify yearly projects. However, as strategies move acread more
If you understand what motivates your teams, the sponsors of your effort, and your senior management, you will stay on the right track and deliver theread more
This webinar is presented by Jamal Malik, CITA-P, Business Solution Architect with Microsoft's Datacenter and Private Cloud Center of Excellence.read more
Web, cloud, and mobile are three words that constantly appear when looking at current technology trends. The components that drive these trends are al
Model driven software development has been around for years. It’s been hyped, scorned, used and abandoned for various reasons. In this talk, we’ll have a look at what is going on in the world of model driven development - and how this topic relates to software and IT architecture - and architectural quality.
Iasa España tiene el gusto de invitarle al último evento presencial del 2014.
Come and join us on a Saturday morning to discuss: The best practices in maintaining and extending legacy code-bases.
Please join us for a marathon of food, fun and networking with other Iasa members and your peers at Speakeasy 21.
This course is being presented in an instructor led onsite format over 4 days.
This course is being presented in an instructor led onsite format in 5 sessions
This course is being presented in an instructor led onsite format over 5 days.
The Iasa Foundation course provides superior learning opportunities that will enable you to harness the power of architecture. All enterprise and technology architects and strategists will benefit from the concepts presented in this foundation course.
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How Canadians are consuming their video content is changing. Canadians are among the highest volume video consumers in the world when it comes to the online realm, and they’re doing it across a variety of devices.read more
The annual awards showed a marked shift in the types of technology used by companies making the listread more
Model driven software development has been around for years. It’s been hyped, scorned, used and abandoned for various reasons. In this talk, we’ll have a look at what is going on in the world of model driven development - and how this topic relates to software and IT architecture - and architectural quality.read more
Iasa España tiene el gusto de invitarle al último evento presencial del 2014.read more
Come and join us on a Saturday morning to discuss: The best practices in maintaining and extending legacy code-bases.read more
Please join us for a marathon of food, fun and networking with other Iasa members and your peers at Speakeasy 21.read moreread more
The latest research from comScore shows we’re online and in apps more than ever before, but IT leaders should consider some different takeaways The data on Canadian Internet usage in 2014 from comScore this week offered CIOs two surprises. For one, IT industry predictions are turning out to be true. And second, they seem to be truer here than anywhere else.
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