Network—Any thing reticulated, or decussated, at equal distances, with interstices between the intersections.
—SAMUEL JOHNSON 
The Locations column of the architecture framework is concerned with where the enterprise does business.
– The planner sees a simple set of enterprise locations, typically by city.
– The business owner sees a set of offices, factories, and warehouses that constitute the enterprise’s logistics network.
– The architect sees the roles played by each location in the processing of information and communications.
– The designer sees the potential distribution of hardware and software and the design of communications networks.
– The builder is concerned with the details of communications ...