The past year has brought much progress for the EMMMv™ Forum and the model, which is being used by global exploration and mining organizations to establish a blueprint for organizations in the natural resources industry to help implement Enterprise Architecture within their organizations.
Earlier this week, in Paris, The Open Group France held the latest in a series of one-day conferences focused on Enterprise Architecture. As usual, the event delivered high-value content in the form of an excellent keynote presentation and case studies. These covered the retail, gambling, and financial industries — including two from CIOs of major French corporations.
by Serge Thorn, Architecting the Enterprise Whenever I suggest collaboration between these two worlds, I always observe some sort of astonishment from my interlocutors. Many
By Mark Skilton, Capgemini Cloud Computing is more than just a utility cost reduction exercise of your IT storage and computing assets through subscribing or
While Cloud Computing is now mainstream, for most organizations there still remains the challenge of making the right selection and choice of Cloud services, and the question of what savings and potential benefits may be achieved from making this shift as a customer or provider. “Cloud Computing for Business” offers specific guidance.
The Open Group’s new book, “Cloud Computing for Business: An Open Group Guide” isn’t concerned with defining what is and isn’t a Cloud service. What it *is* concerned with: Helping you understand what you might be able to get out of a Cloud service, and how to ensure that it really delivers what you expect. In short: It’s concerned with value.