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Getting Holistic with Enterprise Architecture

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It is the bane of applications and data to be stovepiped and compartmentalized. But that remains the standard by which we train IT and business managers, says Dr. Leon Kappelman, professor of information systems in the College of Business at the University of North Texas. Business and IT have to change, Kappelman says, and something needs to evolve out of the study of enterprise architecture to help us do that.

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