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  • Cloud
    The "cloud" is no longer a fleeting trend or an elusive buzzword. The concept is here to stay, so now what? What's the right balance for your organization and how do you make sure it's secure?
    Local, cloud, hybrid... what's the right mix?
    How to manage your internet bandwidth through the growth of cloud applications
    Cyber security is a key barrier for organizations moving to the cloud. According to the Cloud Security Spotlight Report, 90% of organizations are very or moderately concerned about public cloud security.
    How to properly respond to a compliance breach
    Building an incident response team
    Assessing support options
    The effects on storage and data retention
    Understanding your current utilization (sanctioned and rouge) and your true costs.
    Monetizing the soft costs in ROI
    Making it all work together... apps, mobile, etc.
    Embracing consumer-friendly apps to make the job easier
    Mitigating email as a file store

    Cloud computing and cloud services have transformed the IT industry, from data center services to virtualization, software-as-a-service, infrastructure-as-a-service, platform-as-a service and more.
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  • Enterprise Architecture
    What is Architecture?
    Architecture at Iasa is the practice of business, organization or client gain through the application of technology strategy. It is the art and science of designing and delivering valuable technology strategy. The BoK describes this as business technology strategy, which forms the primary pillar of the 5 pillars of architecture skill. Other words Iasa uses to describe this are innovation, ideation, and value management. At its core, the ITABoK describes how to create a professional person or group of professionals who can consistently find new applications of technology to generate positive outcomes for their client or employer.
    The ITABoK provides a reference point for a particular type of architect and may not fit all titled or non-titled definitions. Iasa has long been aware that some architects focus on the development of models as their primary concern, using designs to aid in governance, understanding a business or optimization of an information technology group. Some architects claim they are designing or engineering an entire enterprise. All of these activities are beneficial. However, the ITABoK is focused on developing a profession of architect where practitioners fulfill all or most of the following throughout their career:

    Retain depth in technical skill as well as business skill
    Able to successfully work with both business and technical staff
    Develop their own or others business cases based on technology driven innovation
    Retain the ability to deliver projects on those business cases, generally at increasing levels of
    Deliver business projects more successfully based on outcomes than others
    Are committed to the identification of repeatability in business technology outcomes
    Are as much an artists as scientists
    Subforum: 5 Pillars of Enterprise Architecture from IASAGLOBAL
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