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ARCHAdvocates for Reproductive Choice in Healthcare
ARCHAutomatic Remote Cassette Handler
ARCHAction Research and Community Health and Development
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According to past Summit attendee, John Machiski, "The Business Architecture Innovation Summit has provided us with the opportunity to see what other organizations are doing in business architecture.
Architecture is the blueprint for organizational transformation and technology modernization.
She has 15 years of experience and holds a bachelor of architecture from the School of Planning and Architecture in New Delhi, India and a master of lighting design from Parsons School of Design, School of Architecture.
What was lacking was an architecture that delivered a combination of consolidated management and enough bandwidth and processing power to handle demanding enterprise workloads.
To understand fully the world of architecture, we need to appreciate the deep tides governing the sea in which architects swim--politics, economics, demographics, art, climate change, industrialisation.
A net-centric enterprise approach requires the stakeholders to focus on the whole enterprise as an integrated architecture to include work processes, data flows, network communications, Web services, and so forth.
To complain that the resultant building is attractive but tame, that the architecture has been domesticated, neutralized, just as the artworks it houses have had their social and intellectual edge removed to be enlisted for a singular global mission, is as pointless as accusing a church of preaching.
#8 A financial customer with 75 billion rows, uses the Sun EDW Reference Architecture and Sybase IQ technology.
A services-oriented architecture first inventories and defines enterprise IT capabilities based on business need.
"While Service Oriented Architecture initiatives are beginning to take hold in enterprises today, project teams still have to meet short-term delivery requirements," said Jason Bloomberg, senior analyst at ZapThink.
Areas of focus: Facility planning, architecture and engineering for corporate and institutional clients
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