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Friday, September 7, 2018   (0 Comments)
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The latest articles from the Journal of Enterprise Architecture have been released.
Abstracts are below, click on the title to read the whole article. Enjoy!

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Reference Architecture Development and Utility for an Enterprise

Explored within the Secure (Classified) Mobile Communications Application
by Jamieson Gump, Thomas Mazzuchi, Shahram Sarkani

A wide range of architecture frameworks (DoDAF, etc.) have been developed and provide utility by encouraging a common format for developing solution architectures for a wide range of mission areas. Reference Architectures (RAs) 
“sit between” these frameworks and solution architectures and provide for domain-specific guidance that both aides implementers and supports improved interoperability for an enterprise. Research on the secure (classified) mobile communications has yielded an RA, and this RA serves as an exemplar for other researchers and provides a pathfinder for future acquisition strategies. Acquisition of capabilities is achieved through the development of requirements and possibly the mandating of development of architecture products (DoDAF views, etc.), but rarely have acquirers leveraged the utility of RAs. These RAs would be developed by the enterprise owners and provided to the integrator along with end- user requirements to provide benefits explored in this research and presented in this article.

Building Intelligent Capabilities for Sustainable Advantage
by Sharma Madiraju

Enterprises need to make clear choices and investments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies to gain short-term to long-term business benefits. However, the challenge for both business and technology executives is to look beyond the maze of products in the current market and develop AI-enabled technology capabilities aligned with the long-term business strategies. We provide insights into emerging patterns in AI adoption, discuss various patterns for better competitive position, and recommend an approach to build intelligent capabilities, through strategic architecture, to gain sustainable advantage. 


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