4 years, 6 months ago

See you in September?

Why not take a moment to visit the Cutter upcoming events page and get one or more of our terrific autumn events into your agenda? Explore the role disruptive technology plays when the innovation process diverges from what companies consider to be good business practices — and from individuals’ comfort zones.  Join Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Katia Passerini on September Read more

5 years, 2 months ago

[Call for Papers] Automation: The Next Frontier

An upcoming issue of Cutter Business Technology Journal will explore automation in terms of new technologies, opportunities, applications, and associated challenges. Share your insight! A new wave of smart automation and autonomous systems has emerged with the ability to make and execute decisions with little human intervention. The movement is primarily driven by advances in Read more

7 years, 11 months ago

The Role of EA in an Age of Terrorism

Clearly we live in a world where terrorism is a major global threat. So when the Cutter IT Journal team asked me for my thoughts about technology trends and predictions for 2016, I started thinking about the role of enterprise architecture (EA) in an age of terrorism. Terrorism can affect any enterprise at any time, Read more

7 years, 11 months ago

The Role of EA in an Age of Terrorism

Clearly we live in a world where terrorism is a major global threat. So when the Cutter IT Journal team asked me for my thoughts about technology trends and predictions for 2016, I started thinking about the role of enterprise architecture (EA) in an age of terrorism. Terrorism can affect any enterprise at any time, Read more

8 years, 7 months ago

The New Needs of Digital Business

Digital business requires change across a very wide range of areas. There is an increasing use of storage, vastly expanded networking requirements, and a rise in the virtualization of all equipment. Digital systems deployed on the network can be replicated, modeled, and situated anywhere, so we have seen virtual networks, virtual servers, virtual mobile solutions, Read more

8 years, 7 months ago

The New Needs of Digital Business

Digital business requires change across a very wide range of areas. There is an increasing use of storage, vastly expanded networking requirements, and a rise in the virtualization of all equipment. Digital systems deployed on the network can be replicated, modeled, and situated anywhere, so we have seen virtual networks, virtual servers, virtual mobile solutions, …

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9 years, 2 months ago

EA to Reflect On and Upgrade Its Role

2015 is an anniversary year for Enterprise Architecture. It is 40 years since Richard Saul Wurman coined the phrase “Information Architecture” — in 1975. Information Architecture became Information Systems Architecture, and then Enterprise Architecture. I predict that enterprise architects will use this anniversary to reflect on the history of our discipline and its position within the Read more

9 years, 2 months ago

EA to Reflect On and Upgrade Its Role

2015 is an anniversary year for Enterprise Architecture. It is 40 years since Richard Saul Wurman coined the phrase “Information Architecture” — in 1975. Information Architecture became Information Systems Architecture, and then Enterprise Architecture. I predict that enterprise architects will use this anniversary to reflect on the history of our discipline and its position within the …

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9 years, 2 months ago

“Enterprise” Architecture will Grow Up to become Enterprise Architecture

In the next three years, more enterprises will reposition their Enterprise Architecture practices to become architecture truly at the Enterprise level, going beyond using “Enterprise” as a mere prefix to what, in reality, has been an IT-centric architecture. There will be a critical mass of enterprises doing this — enough to make Enterprise Architecture understood Read more

9 years, 2 months ago

“Enterprise” Architecture will Grow Up to become Enterprise Architecture

In the next three years, more enterprises will reposition their Enterprise Architecture practices to become architecture truly at the Enterprise level, going beyond using “Enterprise” as a mere prefix to what, in reality, has been an IT-centric architecture. There will be a critical mass of enterprises doing this — enough to make Enterprise Architecture understood …

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10 years, 2 months ago

Stealth Enterprise Architecture!

This year I’m predicting more stealth enterprise architecture! I’d like to say that I invented this phrase, but I’ve found at least two previous uses: one in a comment by Peter Parslow in 2010; the other from Alec Blair, the head of Enterprise Architecture for Alberta Health Services, who described the journey of how his Read more

10 years, 2 months ago

Stealth Enterprise Architecture!

This year I’m predicting more stealth enterprise architecture! I’d like to say that I invented this phrase, but I’ve found at least two previous uses: one in a comment by Peter Parslow in 2010; the other from Alec Blair, the head of Enterprise Architecture for Alberta Health Services, who described the journey of how his …

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