No Picture
From the Editor

Old Friends and New Ideas

May 2, 2019 George Paras 0

One of the benefits of being involved in the enterprise architecture space from the beginning is that you get to know other learned professionals who also have a history in EA and the value they […]

No Picture
From the Editor

What Can You See on the Horizon?

February 6, 2018 Holt Hackney 0

Predicting the future is hard work, especially when it comes to EA. But that’s what we have tried to do in the pages of the latest Architecture & Governance Magazine with three articles that examine […]

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From the Editor

Striking a Balance

October 10, 2017 George Paras 0

The Internet of Things (IoT) is not new. It has been around, at least conceptually, for more than a decade. So, that new car smell has faded. Even so, it remains transformational, especially when considering […]

project portfolio management and enterprise architecture
From the Editor

Complementary Relationships

May 15, 2017 George Paras 0

Project portfolio management and enterprise architecture usually begin as unique and stand-alone disciplines. If they remain apart, though, the opportunity to maximize their value to the company will not be achieved. In this issue’s lead […]

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From the Editor

Take the Initiative

August 15, 2016 George Paras 0

When I reflect on the title of this issue and the topics of our contributed articles, it reminds me of the motivations of many of the EA practitioners I have worked with over the years. […]

ea and the internet of things
From the Editor

EA and the Internet of Things

May 15, 2016 George Paras 0

I once thought consumer-oriented “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices were novelties. The early ones were single purpose, low frequency, not integrated, and had narrow uses. They were solutions to problems I didn’t have. Lately, I […]