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Top Reasons to Implement an SOA Governance Strategy: A List for IT Executives
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) has moved beyond hype to widespread acceptance as an IT strategy for delivering business value. SOA promotes the notion of modularity, providing overwhelming flexibility and superior economics for addressing business demands. However, undertaking the transformation to SOA is not without its challenges. If left unchecked, your inventory of SOA assets will become unmanageable; the reuse of services will diminish in favor of custom development; or even worse, modifications will be made to your existing services that break other business processes. The purpose of SOA governance is to help you ensure that this does not happen. This paper outlines the most compelling reasons for you to establish SOA governance within your organization.
The consequences of a cyber-attack can be devastating, such as loss of customer confidence, ruined reputation and costly legal ramifications. Not to mention the potential destruction of your entire business. To be fully effective, cyber security must be proactively managed and owned at board level. Not not just by the IT department. It needs to be broad in scope, and senior management needs to recognise that it’s a whole of business challenge. Download whitepaper »
Workstation technology is changing rapidly. An important part of this change is an expanded list of features that you should look for in a high-end workstation, and limitations that should be avoided. Users need a powerful, flexible workstation platform that is designed to provide more reliability and greater productivity. New technologies for storage, input devices, peripherals, and key system components now require more powerful workstations with a broader set of features. Download whitepaper »
One of the most surprising facts about CAD and other design activities is how many relatively well-paid design professionals are actually using business desktop PCs for their CAD applications. The generic desktop PC may work for running basic 2D CAD applications; the reality is that using desktop PCs for CAD results in poor productivity. Even worse, this situation results in prolonged design timelines, some functionality not available, and lower overall quality. With more cost-effective new workstations available, such as the Lenovo® ThinkStation® P310, it’s time to reconsider the desktop PC approach. Download whitepaper »
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