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Troux Enterprise Architecture Solutions by Richard J. Reese

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Chapter 12. Final Thoughts

Technological evolution is chaotic. There is no grand plan about what new IT products are brought to market. Nothing exemplifies this better than the rise of the Internet and all of the ways people and businesses use it. Computing innovation seems to come about one IT sector at a time. Computers evolve according to Moore's Law, storage devices keep getting smaller and faster, networks are faster and cheaper, and software is open and sophisticated. Each facet of IT changes at its own pace according to what vendors believe their customers want and need. At the same time, business is evolving chaotically. It is true that economic and market factors drive change, but as we have seen in the last few years, there are many ...

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