OCT 28, 2010 8:34pm ET

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Business + Information + Architecture


Next Thursday I'll be working at a live event in New York hosted by Knowledgent Group and Information Management magazine. We're holding court on the topic of business architecture, or more specifically, business information architecture.

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Comments (9)
This event is of significant interest to me as I work in Information Strategy. However as I'm based in Ireland, and in a workshop that day: I certainly won't be able to make it !

Will there be any collateral available afterwards ?

On the main topic my view is that "Business Information Architecture" is a business discipline - it is not an area where IT can provide a "service" - that is just throwing something over the wall. A "Business Information Architecture" has equivalent complexity to that of the Enterprise itself. By this I mean that information is the tangible representation of the business.

Posted by desmond b | Friday, October 29 2010 at 12:23PM ET
I am glad to see that Architecture is the last of the three things. Perhaps there will be more emphasis on the Business and the Information parts and only then will Architecture rear its head!
Posted by Amin A | Friday, October 29 2010 at 12:39PM ET
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