In our last blog in the blog series about "How to succeed at Enterprise Architecture", we will address real-time application intelligence and what it's benefits are.
In our 6 blog series about "How to succeed at Enterprise Architecture", we will be talking about the top 6 questions every CIO has for their Enterprise Architects and of course, the answers to these.
In our fourth blog in our 6 blog series about "How to succeed at Enterprise Architecture", we will be talking today about ensuring the success of EA... and in the meanwhile, keeping everyone happy in the process.
Welcome back to our third post in our series about "How to succeed at Enterprise Architecture". In this post we will be talking how to generate immediate results in your Enterprise Architecture and how to get there in just 30 days.
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As many of you probably know, on May 12th, an international cyberattack started infecting more than 230,000 computers in over 150 countries with the worst-hit countries being Russia, Ukraine, India and Taiwan and including many others worldwide. In Europe, some of the worst hit enterprises were Telefonica, FedEx, Deutsche Bahn, Latam Airlines and parts of Britain’s National Health Service.
Enterprise Architecture is, and has always been, a collaborative subject. Even though Enterprise Architects are responsible for the entire Architecture of the company, it doesn’t mean that they are the only stakeholders in the subject.
The 7 most expensive words:
"We have always done it that way"
When adopting a strategy towards data, businesses often prefer to start with what they already have and slowly adopt new technologies… sometimes this is a good approach, but if your company wants to use the collected data efficiently, a point usually comes where the used tools are not sufficient anymore.
Have you ever had an amazing idea? That fleeting thought that runs through your head while you are in the shower? Yes? Then I bet that you also forgot about it minutes later as you were running to get dressed to go to your nine to five job… but there are exceptions, exceptions like LeanIX.
Founder's presentation proves victorious during "Walk the plank" pitch
During the Pirate Summit, that took place in the art and performance space " Odonien", founders and investors moved around between construction trailers and rusty scrap metal sculptures. Some participants had taken the theme of the event that much to heart that they were wearing pirate costumes. The start-ups pitched their business ideas in this creative atmosphere while walking a wooden plank above the "sharks" in the audience.
LeanIX Founder and Co-CEO André Christ convinced the jury in his three-minute presentation that LeanIX can support companies with a successful digital transformation. The "loot" LeanIX took away for their first prize consists of a three-day trip to London and Berlin, where they will meet with more international investors.