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Architecture Frameworks

The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF®) is a framework  for enterprise architecture which provides a comprehensive approach for designing, planning, implementing, and governing an enterprise information architecture. Read More

The Zachman Framework is an enterprise architecture framework which provides a formal and highly structured way of viewing and defining an enterprise. Read More

IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL)

The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is a set of practices for IT service management (ITSM) that focuses on aligning IT services with the needs of business. In its current form (known as ITIL 2011 edition), ITIL is published in a series of five core publications, each of which covers an ITSM lifecycle stage.

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Project Management

PRINCE2 is based on seven principles (continued business justification, learn from experience, defined roles and responsibilities, manage by stages, manage by exception, focus on products and tailored to suit the project environment), seven themes (business case, organization, quality, plans, risk, change and progress) and seven processes. Read more

The PMBoK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) Guide is process-based, meaning it describes work as being accomplished by processes. This approach is consistent with other management standards such as ISO 9000 and the Software Engineering Institute's CMMI. Processes overlap and interact throughout a project or its various phases. Read more

Architecture Approach

Taking on an IT architecture project means dealing with myriad detailed tasks. High-level architecture tasks for an IT architecture project are but not limited to:

  • Eliminating of resource silos: Getting rid of separate information resource silos through consolidation and centralisation makes many other projects possible.
  • Identifying data requirements: Determining the type of data the organisation uses, its location and users, as well as any associated business requirements.
  • Identifying and integrating existing resources: Identifying resources currently in use and determine whether they should be integrated into the new architecture, replaced with an alternate solution, or be retired.
  • Definition of technical standards: Definition of the rules and guidelines that the organisation will use when making decisions regarding information technology.
  • Identifying of security requirements:  Implementation can't start until the security requirements have been identified. Information is an asset to be protected!
  • Justifying changes: Ensure that changes provide value to the organization.

Standardising Technology

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Consolidating and Centralising Technology Resources

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Collaboration across the Enterprise

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Automating System Maintenance

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