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With this modular, standards-based platform, OpenText is making good on its promise to deliver an integrated Enterprise Information Architecture.
The complexity of our enterprise information architecture is costing us - and it's time to do something about it
99 Paperback HD30 Enterprise information architecture is the shape or structure of a company's body of information about business.
Ted Hills, Director of Enterprise Information Architecture at Bank of America, will present "Real Time is the Rule"; Arvinder Oberoi, Senior VP, Sales and Marketing Technology at Putnam Investments will speak on "Exploiting IT Agility to Perform at the Speed of Business"; and Mark Morgan, Qualcomm Senior Manager, Enterprise Architecture Solutions will discuss "Moving at the Speed of Business--The Impact of Data Virtualization on Agility.
These sessions will discuss and dissect enterprise information architectures, SOA, modeling languages and tools for EA, the intersection of cloud computing and EA, and much more.
Without an Enterprise Information Architecture (EIA), information will continue to add cost (increased demands for storage), complexity (silos), and risk (compliance etc).
With PowerDesigner, Sybase has a solid history and leadership in Enterprise Information Architecture.
As a Solutions and Services provider, Woodbridge Data provides enterprise information architecture, project managed information systems and technology support, Internet and Intranet applications development, outsourcing support for IT operations, and computing equipment procurement, and maintenance.