4 years, 1 month ago

Arguing with Drucker

@sheldrake via @cybersal challenges Peter Drucker on the purpose of business.”Peter Drucker asserted that the purpose of business is to create and keep a customer. He was right at the time in offering previously inward-looking firms a more appropriat…

4 years, 1 month ago

Arguing with Drucker

@sheldrake via @cybersal challenges Peter Drucker on the purpose of business.”Peter Drucker asserted that the purpose of business is to create and keep a customer. He was right at the time in offering previously inward-looking firms a more appropriat…

5 years, 2 days ago

Socially Developed Architecture

One of the most challenging aspects in our role as architects is that we often have to influence without direct authority.   We often wrestle with this fact as we may not have the managerial clout and there may be lack of clarity on what precisely we are accountable for.    Perhaps simply stated, we have to be THE accountable party for…

6 years, 5 months ago

EA Professional Oath

The Center for the Advancement of the Enterprise Architecture Profession (CAEAP) has created something that on first sight seems like a very good idea: the Enterprise Architect Professional Oath. The oath itself is one of eight what they call “pillars” of the profession, though from the website it is not yet entirely clear what the […]

Het bericht EA Professional Oath verscheen eerst op Rob Vens.

6 years, 11 months ago

Cloud Computing and Security: Do You Know Where Your Data Is?

Migrating more data and applications to the cloud is top of CIO’s to-do list right now. 52% of the 489 business and technology executives who responded to our 2012 Digital IQ study plan to boost their spending in the private cloud this year. Those same firms are simultaneously setting their sights on the public cloud. 57% of the leadership surveyed claim they are ramping up their investments in public clouds. Understandably, security is weighing heavy […]

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8 years, 23 days ago

The Era of Security Breaches

Print PDF Guest post by Gary Loveland and Nalneesh Gaur It seems like today’s organized data criminals have re-doubled their efforts to get their hands onto your customer’s data, and into their wallets. A full 85% of all data-related security breaches today are masterminded by organized crime, according to a 2010 Verizon Data Breach research report. These criminals are using anything and everything to spy out opportunity and penetrate defenses: from viruses and malware and […]

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8 years, 4 months ago

The Independence of EA

#entarch Following my blogpost on EA and the Big Picture, @carlhaggerty asked does it matter if EA disappears into a core C-Suite competency?

Clearly it matters to some people, especially those who have committed themselves and their careers to the id…