Enterprise Architecture plays a key role in an organization's competitive advantage - but it's a new game, with new rules.
It needs to be more integrated with the business. It needs to be more flexible.
It needs to incorporate data management, business processes, mobility, security, compliance, among its many layers.
What does this mean for Enterprise Architects?
From the complexities of the architecture itself to the abundance of technological change that transpires, today's architect must ready themselves for a new era of development.
They are at the very intersection of business and IT - the point of alignment.
They must look beyond the technical and be able to map and communicate their business strategy, effectively bringing technology to the boardroom.
Get ready for a series of new skill sets, new priorities, and new ways to deal with and drive this new environment.
The Enterprise Architecture Summit is the best place to help you make the transition, and ensure you, and your EA programs, survive and thrive in the next 5 years.
The event will take place on the 23rd and 24th of September 2008 in London at the Royal Lancaster Hotel.
To find more about this event and to register, go here.