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Service Oriented Architecture – Preparing for major SOA changes

Around the CIO water cooler, service oriented architecture, or SOA, still has all the buzz. The idea of creating reusable service components and deploying them in applications across the enterprise is irresistible. But CIOs are also beginning to realize that SOA is not just a project with a start and an end date.

Innovation needs structure

Businesses that clutch on to arcane innovation practices are less likely to realize success than if they take an open, collaborative approach, according to senior IT industry analysts.

WSIS: US, EU remain at odds over Net governance

Both the U.S. and the European Union are claiming victory in an agreement reached late Tuesday over Internet governance, viewed as one of the most contentious issues being debated at the World Summit on the Information Society in Tunis.

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Why modern digital organizations need adaptive data and analytics governance

Responding to varying levels of uncertainty in today’s world requires speed and agility, and traditional approaches to data and analytics governance are becoming obsolete. A typical ‘one-size-fits-all,’ command-and-control-based IT governance capability has neither the scope nor the agility to meet the needs of digital business.

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Running the last mile in analytics

A recent report by McKinsey noted that 40,000 exabytes of data will be collected worldwide in 2020. If just five exabytes is equal to...