Information Architecture

Information architecture aims to apply knowledge of user needs and practices, along with the types of data and systems in an organization, in order to create a structure for all of those elements that will best support the use of each element individually, and of the whole. Information architects may use modeling to create the structure; they will also take into account the needs of employees and other users for specific task completion, browsing, collaborative work or other use patterns.


SOA Standards Started at the Bottom

This article includes some good news and some bad news. The bad news is that a Google search provides as many definitions of SOA as there are software suppliers offering SOA-compliant products. There More >

Implementing SOA Not a Matter of If' but When'

The decision facing IT management to move to a service-oriented architecture (SOA) is not one of "if" but "when." Aadarsh Baijal of McKinsey recently worked on that firm's annual Enterprise Software More >

To Get SOA Working in Your Shop, Model It'

  What's New in SOA   For IT managers and staff to understand where service-oriented architecture (SOA) is going, they just need to look back. Rather than getting too concerned about the More >

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Augmented Reality Gets Real

Augmented reality is the stuff of dreams. It also is the stuff of today, as in smartphones that superimpose pertinent information on the image in the camera's viewfinder. Carl Weinschenk spoke with More >

Integrating Operational Tech with Enterprise IT

Stan Schneider is the CEO of Real-Time Innovations (RTI), a California-based software company that builds high-performance communications and integration software. RTI recently launched a new More >

Modeling Standard Connects Dots Between Architecture and Business

The Open Group recently released an update to the enterprise architecture modeling standard, ArchiMate 2.0. What's new about it is that it aligns with TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM), a More >

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Resource centers

Business Intelligence

Business performance information for strategic and operational decision-making


SOA uses interoperable services grouped around business processes to ease data integration

Data Warehousing

Data warehousing helps companies make sense of their operational data

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Given the strong job market IT pros have experienced over the past few years, it's not surprising to find that a good portion of the top 25 jobs fall solidly into the technology field, including such jobs as software and mobile developers, data scientists, network engineers and project managers.

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