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BEYOND TOGAF® CERTIFICATION

BEYOND TOGAF® CERTIFICATION

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Achieving the TOGAF® certification is a significant milestone for over 70,000 Enterprise Architects around the world. And rightly so: the TOGAF standard, an Open Group standard, is one of the most widely-adopted Enterprise Architecture certifications. But for the best, learning never stops.

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Why Do We Need Enterprise Architecture?

Why Do We Need Enterprise Architecture?

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Since the 1980s, IT departments were only seen as enabling worker productivity, and making sure everything from emails to the Internet to our PCs run smoothly. This was still the computerisation or automation era, and projects were tech-focused; every time there was a new application, new hardware and software were purchased while time, resources and budgets were also fixed and allocated before IT could ask the business what were the goals it wanted to achieve.

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Enterprise Architecture in the Cloud

Enterprise Architecture in the Cloud

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Organizations of all sizes within every industry are abuzz about “The Cloud.” Questions such as how can this bring more value to our company, can we save money, do we have the necessary talent and skills, and how will this affect our current applications are all critical factors, but many organizations may not be able to easily answer them.

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Invite Enterprise Architecture to the Digital Party

Invite Enterprise Architecture to the Digital Party

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YOU’RE THE CEO of a large company in the throes of a challenging digital transformation. You decide to walk the halls to see how the effort is going.
You pass the digital encampment, a new, open plan area festooned with balloons, stuffed animals, and all manner of neo-corporate bric-a-brac.

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Enterprise Architecture: Don’t Be a Fool with a Tool

Enterprise Architecture: Don’t Be a Fool with a Tool

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Last month I referred to the cult comedy Office Space when I posed the question, Is Enterprise Architecture Completely Broken? After speaking with two authorities on The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), perhaps I had the wrong film. A better choice: Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Apparently, Enterprise Architecture is not dead yet.

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