World Of Servers Contemplates Enterprise Architecture In London

Our World Of Servers coverage continues this week with posts from the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit in London. We’ll be featuring posts all week covering how to plan and deploy your overall enterprise architecture for maximum business value and efficiency.

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Enterprise architecture is by definition a complex thing which takes detailed planning, but that’s increasingly challenging in a world focused on short-term outcomes. We’ll be covering topics such as how to deal with the pressures of consumerisation, how to plan architectures for maximum security and how to change app development approaches. Check in throughout the week for updates, and suggest any topics you want to see covered in the comments.

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