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A Lesson In Business-Driven Data Architecture, Optimize Hybrid Work, more!

Posted November 30, 2021 | Technology |

30 November 2021

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A Lesson in Top-Down, Business-Driven Data Architecture Specification

Explore a powerful example of why formalizing a business-driven, top-down data architecture is so important to delivering effective data and software solutions to organizations. More!

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Optimizing Hybrid Work Environments

For many organizations, a hybrid work scenario of both in-office and remote work has become a reality. Discover three steps that will help you achieve the best of both worlds of working from the office and from home. More!

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How Business Architecture Can Help Define Data Architecture

Join Cutter Fellow William Ulrich as he reveals how a well-articulated information and capability map helps define and validate an organization’s data architecture, informs data transformation requirements, and more! Register!


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