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World's biggest compute job... to be done by pen and paper
The US Census Bureau, which is charged with counting and analyzing the nation's 300 million residents in 2010, has just admitted that its technology is not ready for the job. And what was originally touted to be the first "high-tech count in the nation's history" will still be a highly manual process.
The value of enterprise architecture in tough times: report from Open Group (2)
Is enterprise architecture the right strategy for tough economic times, or should organizations throw away the deliberative long-term planning to fight more immediate fires?Here are more dispatches from John Meyer of The Open Group, reporting on the group’s 23rd Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference, held last week in Toronto.
Enterprise architecture heads north: report from Open Group
John Meyer of The Open Group sent some detailed dispatches from the group’s 23rd Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference, being held this week in Toronto. Thanks to John for a great job summarizing many of the key insights coming from the conference -- some highlights from day one are summarized below:Allen Brown, President and CEO of The Open Group, kicked off the conference with a keynote address about his organization’s use of The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF).