Leading organizations that leverage enterprise architecture with enterprise information architecture help inform their "big data" efforts with more effective planning and investment decisions that balance short-term demands with longer-term vision.
- Enterprise Architects Who Proactively Engage Directly in Big Data Initiatives Are a Powerful Force for Bridging the Gap Between Technology- and Business-Driven Opportunities
- Organizations That Focus EA Beyond Their Immediate Organization to Broader Market Dynamics Are Able to Uncover Innovative Business Opportunities for Big Data
- Enterprise Architects Who Are Able to Bridge Business and Information Capabilities Make Significantly Better Investment Decisions
- Leading Enterprise Architects Create Fit-for-Purpose Architectures Using EIA to Manage Big Data Complexity
- By Fostering Unity Across Traditional IT Data Roles, and the Emerging Data Science Role in Business Units, Organizations Will Reduce Conflicts and Be Able to Gain Agreement More Quickly and Effectively
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