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An Enterprise Architecture is an integrated, living and ever evolving business artifact that is both informed and informs other parts of the business. It takes a holistic view of both ‘business’ and ‘IT’ with business being the driver and IT … Continue reading
Establishing an Enterprise Architecture Framework within a business and populating it with relevant content certainly seems to be a laudable endeavour. Why then is there so much opposition to either starting or continuing one started? The constant question that the … Continue reading