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Enterprise Software: Vendors Insulated from Recession Worries?

By Dick Weisinger

“The likelihood of recession is rising, because that’s the solution to the inflation problem — that’s what the Fed is telling you. The process won’t be painless,” said Neil Dutta, head of U.S. economics at Renaissance Macro Research, told the

Enterprise Architects: Complexity and Speed of Technology Change Make the EA Role More Important Than Ever

By Dick Weisinger

Enterprise Architects (EAs) analyze and communicate how to most effectively get business and technology sides of an enterprise to work together. Enterprise Architects contribute in the following areas: Ensure the objectives of Business and Technology teams are in sync and

Social and Collaboration Tools: Now a Must-Have Feature for Enterprise Software

By Dick Weisinger

COVID-19 has been a catalyst for the growth and adoption of collaboration software by businesses. Gartner is predicting that the growth trend will continue even after the worries about COVID-19 die down. Nicole Alvino, co-founder and chief strategy officer at

Artificial Intelligence: High Achievers Focus on Data Management, Machine Learning, AI Ethics and Talent

By Dick Weisinger

Deloitte Consulting recently has studied enterprise AI implementations and developed a metric for assessing how well an organization has been able to adopt AI practices to their business. The Deloitte model identifies two parameters: number of AI-based applications deployed and

Worst Practices: Enterprise Architecture Mistakes

By Dick Weisinger

While usually best practices are focused on. It can be equally useful to consider the anti-patterns or ‘worst practices’ that might get you into trouble if not you’re not careful. Over the last decade Gartner has had a list of