I am an enterprise architect. Among the things I work on, I am bridging technology and business at the enterprise level. When I am on the technology side, I am talking to a lot of engineers and architects of various levels. When I am on the business side, I am trying to explain our technology constraints. That’s why I wanted to level-set vocabulary and concepts that I considered critical. I have cut the content into three twenty-minute videos available on YouTube.
Read about eight very hot predictions for data management in 2019, in usages, shapes, governance, and people.
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I rarely speak & write about myself on this blog, but for once, I’ll push away some humility. I started working for 2CRSI at the beginning of 2015. This fairly […]
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