Many Enterprise Architecture projects are focused at low levels but should be aligned with Strategic Corporate Planning. Enterprise Architecture is a critical discipline, one Strategic Planning mechanism to structure an enterprise. TOGAF® 9 is without doubt an effective framework for working with stakeholders through Strategic Planning and architecture work, especially for organizations who are actively transforming themselves.
Listen to our recorded podcast on how the OTTF is developing an accreditation process for trusted technology, or read the transcript. This podcast was recorded by Dana Gardner of Interarbor Solutions in conjunction with The Open Group Conference, Austin 2011.
The enterprise is far more exposed to the trends and rapid shifts in the world outside its own boundaries than it has ever been before. This is what we’re supposed to do anyway – design for change, constant delivery of value. So if we’ve not been doing that, we’ve not been doing what the enterprise needed from us.
The Open Group set up two informal Twitter polls this week during The Open Group Conference, Austin. If you wondered about the results, or just want to see what our Twitter followers think about some topline issues in the industry in very simple terms, see our twtpoll.com results.
UDEF is a means for correcting the poor names issue which gives the early adopters of UDEF an immediate benefit while enabling the system for interoperability.
If you have responsibility for managing compliance in your organization, or if you are a vendor whose software product involves compliance or security configuration management, we invite you to learn more about The Open Automated Compliance Expert Markup Language (O-ACEML) standard.