Archive for August, 2011


The whole Internet is buzzing with Steve Jobs’ resignation as Apple CEO and the possible effects it might have on Apple and its products. There are people who hate, admire, get inspired and feel hatred about him. But, someone who shaped and revolutionized the digital world with his products not in the seat of CEO […]

category: Apple, Gadgets, iOS, iPad, iPhone    

Enterprise Architecture – ROI

As I noted in my previous post, before an organization starts spending a penny for EA, it should identify the real needs of EA from various perspectives and figure out subjectively the impact of having or not having EA and ways how EA can be sustained on a long run. Think about this: are there […]

category: Enterprise Architecture    

Enterprise Architecture Challenges

Weeks back I had an opportunity to watch a panel discussion on why businesses haven’t fully accepted enterprise architecture holistically (or why enterprise architecture discipline is in the way, it is today) and some top challenges around enterprise architecture/architects (EA) today. It was great to see some top folks from major IT organizations in the […]

category: Enterprise Architecture