Archive: August 12th, 2011

The silent competition between the Enterprise Architecture frameworks

The silent competition between the Enterprise Architecture frameworks

There you are. The silent competition. And it is silent because the proponents of a framework are tacitly saying that the other frameworks are no fit for purpose; that’s why they came with a new one.

The future of IT will be reduced to three kinds of job

The future of IT will be reduced to three kinds of job

There’s a general anxiety that has settled over much of the IT profession in recent years. It’s a stark contrast to the situation just over a decade ago. At the end of the 1990s, IT pros were the belles of the ball. The IT labor shortage regularly made headlines and IT pros were able to command excellent salaries by getting training and certification, job hopping, and, in many cases, being the only qualified candidate for a key position in a thinly-stretched job market.

Forrester on Designing Mobile Apps

Forrester on Designing Mobile Apps

Mobile collaboration is an increasingly important topic as two-thirds of the information workforce already work remotely, according to Forrester data. With the adoption of tablets such as the iPad and the proliferation of smart phones in the enterprise, that number figures to grow significantly.