Welcome to the July 1, 2008 edition of Carnival of Enterprise Architecture (Issue #10).
Business Process Management
Stephan Grindley presents Enterprise Asset Management Software - a Great Way to Manage posted at Asset Management Articles.
Bozidar Spirovski presents Information Security Short Takes: 9 Things to watch out for in an SLA posted at Information Security Short Takes.
Craig Borysowich presents Initiating an Enterprise Wide Architecture Strategy Project posted at Tech Architect.
Gabriel Morgan presents Customer 2.0 is here and she has a major impact on business models and system architecture posted at Gabriel Morgan, saying, "Customer 2.0 and her impact on Enterprise Architecture."
Gabriel Morgan presents Adoption, rather than Architecture, is the high order bit for Architects posted at Gabriel Morgan, saying, "Adoption is the high order bit for Architects."
Mike Walker presents Making Sense of Architecture Standards posted at Mike Walker's Ramblings about Industry Architecture.
Mike Walker presents Application Portfolio Management posted at Mike Walker's Ramblings about Industry Architecture.
Mike Walker presents Why Enterprise Architecture is a Corporate Responsibility posted at Mike Walker's Ramblings about Industry Architecture.
Mike Walker presents Enterprise Architecture Analogy posted at Mike Walker's Ramblings about Industry Architecture.
Robert McIlree presents Enterprise Architecture: A Joke, A Failure...or an Opportunity? posted at Technology Architecture & Projects.
Raj Sheelvant presents PaaS: Platform in the Cloud? posted at IT Strategy, saying, "Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) is an ability to provide infrastructure and tools so that individual firms can build their customizable application in the ‘cloud’."
George L Smyth presents One Minute How-To - How To Protect Your Customer Data posted at George L Smyth, saying, "Roland Reinhart explains the steps you can take to ensure that information about yourself is kept safe."Heather Johnson presents 5 Best Ways to Be an Eco-Friendly Computer Geek posted at Envirotech.
Louise Manning presents Setting objectives posted at The Human Imprint.
Jimson Lee presents ITIL & Service Oriented Architecture posted at CRM Help Desk Software.com, saying, "How closely does Service Oriented Architecture really align with Customer Support, Service Desks, and ITIL?"
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