Enterprise Architecture (EA) describes a framework or discipline whereby somebody or some group within an enterprise carefully designs the Technical Architecture and Solution Architecture around the business strategy, plans and needs of the Enterprise to effectively achieve it’s objectives. The alternative and by far the most common scenario if for organisations to make isolated decisions … Read more
First me let me make it clear that I am a fan of what cloud and internet can do for businesses of all sizes and have been “bigging this up” for at least two decades. I would risk shouts of Hypocrite were I not to say so. Having said that I must warn against jumping … Read more
To put that in content, the earth is not round but flat and the universe is merely mirror images of the earth reflected on a layer of slightly opaque gas. The landing on the moon happened in a closed off section of MGM and hamburgers are good for you.
“Bridger” A person who acts as go between or translator between the management of a business and it’s IT department or IT partners. The background Since the arrival of computers in the enterprise there has been an unfortunate and counterproductive power struggle between IT departments and other areas of the business. IT professionals share a … Read more