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.

To me, this is a distinctive merging of terms. Business architecture as I've always thought of it is a construct of functions and roles, resources to be applied to operational objectives. Information architecture as I think of it is meant to describe the hierarchies of data, content and application stores in an organization. Both of these things traditionally fall under the overall rubric of enterprise architecture and sometimes an enterprise architect.

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