Every year, Forrester puts on the Enterprise Architecture Awards. Vetted analysts performed the first round of review, the previous winners act as final judges and vote for the teams they believe had the most impact on moving their businesses forward. The companies remain unnamed during the voting process.
This week examines the drivers behind the growing interest for Kubernetes for data science and machine learning applications, why CIOs are ignoring blockchain, and the issues in Enterprise Of Things (EoT)'s security. Learn why EAs are integral in digital transformation success, and read the top 10 must-read DevOps books of 2018 in the Technology section below.
Explore why enterprises are skipping containers and diving directly into serverless, learn top tips about building enterprise SEO, and take note of the crucial next steps for federal data security This week examines important topics on Enterprise IoT Projects: Data, Ml, Security, and the fall out of Telegram's convoluted ICO.
Explore this week's Enterprise Architecture stories and key topics. Learn tips about agile architecture from the trenches; explore the intersection of IoT and blockchain from an exciting IoT startup, and discover Facebook's GDPR concerns. This week brings crucial commentary from relevant IT thought leaders from various industries.
Welcome to this week's biggest Enterprise Architecture stories and hottest topics, from digital transformation, microservices to the importance of CIOs! This week brings many exciting opportunities for the business world.
Globalization, advances in technology, shareholder activism, and the push for greater social impact make capital decisions even more difficult. Learn how to approach value-driven capital allocation through 'value architecture.'
Each year, Forrester and InfoWorld highlight the EA programs that have made a significant impact on their organizations—embracing the opportunities for helping their business be customer-led, insights-driven, fast, and connected.
Will Artificial Intelligence eliminate the need for data models? The process of quickly excavating buried data can be automated by machine learning techniques. Read the compelling article in the Enterprise Architecture section below.
A recent Panorama Consulting Solutions study revealed that enterprise resource planning (ERP) projects took an average of 21 months to install, with 57 percent of these projects experiencing timeline overruns. How much are these overruns costing?
The drive to solve problems and build something useful never really goes away, and blockchain technology is the revolutionary attempt at solving problems. Learn about enterprise blockchain solutions in the 'Enterprise Architecture' section below.