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Current Issue: February 2014, Vol. 27, No. 2
by Sue McKinney, Guest Editor
In this edition of Cutter IT Journal, we offer opinions and perspectives on how an Agile architecture increases the value teams deliver to their organizations. We also seek insight on the possible challenges and risks faced by project teams working within an Agile architecture framework, as well as specific practices that can ensure your team's Agile transformation executes smoothly.
by Peter Kaminski
The world around your company has changed. What does the Internet in general -- and the latest trends of cloud computing and Big Data in particular -- mean for knowledge about your customers? The core of these changes is the amount of connectivity we now have, as individuals and as a society. Let's call this time of rich and deep connectivity "the Connected Age." How do you market to your customers in the Connected Age? How do you learn about customer needs? Let's even go a little further than that -- how do you learn from your customers?