Strayer CIS 336 Enterprise Architecture, Term Paper: The Service-Oriented Architecture, Graded A, 9 pages, 1725 words. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) strategy allows businesses and organizations to offer their products and services to customers and trading partners using a standards-based integration protocol.
Strayer CIS 336 Enterprise Architecture, Midterm Exam Graded A, 9 pages. Question 1 This provides a blueprint for translating a business strategy into a plan for IS.
Strayer CIS 336 Enterprise Architecture, Case Study 1, Disney’s ITIL® Journey, Graded A, 4 pages, 679 words. The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is a set of concepts and techniques for managing IT infrastructure, development, and operations. ITIL offers eight sets of management procedures: service delivery, service support, service management, ICT infrastructure management, software asset management, business perspective, security management, and application management.
Strayer CIS 336 Enterprise Architecture Assignment 1: Models for Competitive Dynamics, Due Week 2 and worth 100 points, Graded A, 7 pages, 1244 words. Competition has, since the 90s, led to wider gaps between industry leaders and laggards. There are more “winner-take-all” environments and greater churns among industry sector rivals.
Strayer CIS 336 Enterprise Architecture, Assignment 2, Telecommuting and the Mobile Worker, Graded A, 5 pages, 903 words. The number of American telecommuters is expected to increase by 29 million telecommuters or 43% of the workforce by 2016 as more work gets performed from remote locations.
Strayer CIS 336 Enterprise Architecture, Assignment 3: IT Support for Virtual Teams, Graded A, 6 pages, 904 words. Global organizations have branches that are located in multiple countries.
Strayer CIS 336 Enterprise Architecture, Assignment 4: Virtualization and Cloud Computing World, Graded A, 7 pages, 785 words. The popularity and rapid adoption of Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) by a number of organizations has impacted internal IT / IS departments. These services provide a virtualization infrastructure that covers data storage, networking, desktop computing, mobile computing, and so on.