Five Things I Learned At The Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit

Five Things I Learned At The Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit


Our ongoing World Of Servers series swept through London last week for the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit. Here are five key lessons to take away from that event.

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1. How to make gamification effective


need to reflect that in your planning

2. Data formats are the key to BYOD


10 fast tips to make BYOD better

3. The big data staff shortage continues


familiar theme

4. Ditching security can make you more secure


existing approach really delivers what you need

5. Architecture doesn’t trump business


making sure management actually knows what it wants

Our final stop on the World Of Servers Tour is less than a fortnight away, with myself, Chris Jager, David Klemke and our winning readers heading to New Orleans for TechEd North America 2013. I can’t wait!

Lifehacker’s World Of Servers sees me travelling to conferences around Australia and around the globe in search of fresh insights into how server and infrastructure deployment is changing in the cloud era. Last week, I was in London for the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit, looking at how to plan and deploy your overall enterprise architecture for maximum business value and efficiency.

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