Welcome to the February 19, 2007 edition of Carnival of Enterprise Architecture.
Business Process Management
Sagar Satapathy presents Getting Organized: Lesson #1 for Small Business Owners posted at Management Strategies: 18 Tips to Manage Your Blog Network.
Scott Sehlhorst presents CMMI Levels and Requirements Management Maturity Introduction posted at Tyner Blain, saying, "A comparison of the CMMI and RMM frameworks for describing and managing software development processes."
Craig Borysowich presents The Birth of the EA Security Reference Model (SecRM) posted at Tech Architect.
Scott Sehlhorst presents How To Use Timeboxes for Scheduling Software Delivery - Tyner Blain posted at Tyner Blain, saying, "Enterprise teams are often afraid to approach incremental delivery - timeboxing is a great way to manage incremental (and even agile) delivery, with reporting that "makes sense" to old-school management teams."
alik presents SOA, Strong Authentication, Standard Authorization - Cool Solution posted at alik levin's.
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