Feasibility — key concept and principle

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The real costs of owning the IT landscape

This might be a good analogy: CTO is a landscape artist. There is this rather lovey named discipline called: Landscape architecture. Thus CTO might be seen as an artist of his organization’s IT landscape. Among other duties, forever pruning and grafting and taking out the IT weed. And that garden grows (weed including), 24 x 7, 365 days per year. Continue reading

To re-turn to feasibility you have to innovate

Optimal System Navigator
Optimal System Navigator. Bellow “zero” is not feasible.

To return to feasibility the enterprise has to innovate

Why is that a feasible strategy? To innovate means to disrupt. And Disruption is feasible if it transforms into improvement. And that transformation from disruptive innovation to feasibility is made possible only by the use of the discipline of  Architecture. Continue reading

What makes Data Centre an good investment ?

Day before yesterday, I was aked and I did an impromptu explanation to few investors on the following subject: “What makes Data Centre (DC) a good investment”. And (lo and behold) I managed to explain one highly technical and potentially highly expensive concept to few real (v.s. potential) investors. And they went away satisfied. Which is always a good thing.
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