A recent Panorama Consulting Solutions study revealed that enterprise resource planning (ERP) projects took an average of 21 months to install, with 57 percent of these projects experiencing timeline overruns. How much are these overruns costing?
The drive to solve problems and build something useful never really goes away, and blockchain technology is the revolutionary attempt at solving problems. Learn about enterprise blockchain solutions in the 'Enterprise Architecture' section below.
Does your company have remote workers stationed around the world? If so - make sure that your infrastructure secures your network and security data. Find useful tips in the Enterprise Architecture section below.
Cloud will provide the digital infrastructure of tomorrow’s cities, where an estimated 6 billion of the world’s population will live by 2045.
After experimenting with private, public, and hybrid cloud models for their applications and data, many organizations are now turning to the public cloud to meet their needs.
How has digitization changed traditional business philosophies about working closely with competitors? There is now a clear perception of value in cooperating with competitors to establish pragmatic standards for innovations in the enterprise. What is embedded vision and how will it change the face of IoT?
Is your enterprise architecture set up to answer the top questions of various stakeholders? Solutions Architects, Developers, and CIOs alike have questions that Enterprise Architecture can answer. We'll show you how below.
In the dawn of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, customers are expecting that their applications work flawlessly on all devices, have minimal to no downtime, and have an interactive design. Your enterprise has only one chance to keep up - run at warp speed.
How does McKesson Corporation -the #5 company on the Fortune 500- prepare for the upcoming GDPR regulation? McKesson's Enterprise Architect Andreas Bosch shares his first-hand experience in a video below.
A CIO cannot do this work on their own -- they need a trusted lieutenant. And that lieutenant is the Enterprise Architect. Experts point out how the role of the enterprise architect is evolving from the traditional TOGAF-trained architect, who links the business aims and processes of an organization to its IT strategy to the EA that helps translate between business need and technological innovation. Which one is your company looking to hire?