The agility goal of real-time responses is no longer good enough. Businesses must become so data-driven that they extend their knowledge and ability to react well into the future. We're now entering the era of the predictive business.
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It's time to start thinking about the minimum lovable product instead of the minimum viable product.
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Simultaneous and complex trends, such as big data, cloud computing, security, and overall IT transformation, can be helped by the combined strengths of The Open Group Architecture Framework and the ArchiMate modeling language.
The implementation of enterprise architecture means that an organization adopts processes for the development and governance of EA artifacts and deliverables.
Convercent's cloud app aims to help employees implement, measure, and rate corporate values and culture
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Companies and government agencies are in even greater need to understand how to balance priorities, leverage existing investments and align their critical resources.
While xStream is initially targeting enterprises and governments, I think the solution makes a lot of sense, too, for small- to medium-sized businesses that want to get out of the IT infrastructure business and need a flexible way to do so across a variety cloud models.
Microsoft is showing a way to enterprise mobility, albeit via a perilous path for its historic partners and channels.
SAP is focused on global cloud growth opportunities, but is wisely defining cloud as a place to do business and extend socially amplified discovery and collaboration efficiencies.