Architecture Aids Survival

Jakubik, Marek
November 2005
TechDecisions;Nov2005, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p29
Discusses the creation of blueprints for business solutions such as the enterprise information architecture (EIA). Significance of blueprints in the business; Layers of EIA drawings; Factors that keep corporate executives in doubt about EIA.


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