Rebuilding Our Vital Infrastructure

Posted August 9, 2007 | Leadership | Technology |

People never notice the most important things in an advanced society until those things stop working or they disappear. This is true of electricity or water or other forms of infrastructure, like roads and bridges. We count on these things for transportation and recreation and commerce, but it is only when they're gone that we begin to understand their value.

About The Author
Ken Orr
Ken Orr was a Fellow of the Cutter Business Technology Council and a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Data Analytics & Digital Technologies, Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, and Business & Enterprise Architecture practices. He was also a regular speaker at Cutter Summits and symposia. Mr. Orr was an internationally recognized expert on enterprise architecture, data warehousing, knowledge management… Read More
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