Redefining Enterprise Architecture
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Redefining Enterprise Architecture

General - Redefining Enterprise Architecture

With IT in organizations becoming more than complex and service oriented, change is required in the way we comprehend enterprise architecture, strategic value we place on it and the resources we deploy in terms of dollars and people to build and maintain it.

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Frank Schlier, Vice President and distinguished analyst, Gartner Research

Frank W. Schlier is a vice president and distinguished analyst with Gartner Research. Frank's areas of research include application architecture in financial services, business and information technology, and strategic planning in financial... More   View all posts

Mike Dunham, Vice President and distinguished analyst, Gartner Research

Mike was the Chief Enterprise Architect at U.S. Department of Treasury, and retired in November of last year. He served in that position for two years and presided over development of the architecture for the Department's $2.6 billion portf... More   View all posts

Eliot Christian, Architecture and information infrastructure, Federal Geographic Data Committee and U.S. Geological Survey

Eliot advises governments on issues of architecture and information infrastructure. He is the architect of the Global Information Locator Service and led the ISO group that developed data element definition standards. He now has a key role ... More   View all posts
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