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 […]
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 […]
With the proliferation of smart phones and intelligent computing tablets such as the iPad, enterprises are increasingly faced with employees who want to bring their own devices and connect to enterprise systems. Should employers should allow this type of connectivity to enterprise systems? Here are three examples with a predicted impact to an organization’s Total […]