Heraclitus, the famous Greek philosopher, professed the doctrine that change is central to universe. His famous statement ‘nothing endures but change’ has witnessed many translations – the most popular being ‘change is the only constant’. The words of this wise man still hold true in contemporary times.
The modern-day business landscape portrays IT as the most dynamic component. Well this portrayal is true to a large extent.
For most enterprises their IT infrastructure depends on two critical factors:
(1) The technology available
(2) The business concepts applied
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Software development Methods…. there had and will be many different software development methods.
Well, that is neither a conclusion nor a statement… we just have used so many different types of software development methods, over a period of 10 years that we had to start looking at the source and identify, track down every change in event of management processes.
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‘What’s the new thing’ – how many times do we hear this? On a daily basis, right? We are a generation that is constantly craving for something new in the markets. We change our preferences overnight and expect technologies to emerge out of nowhere to meet them. And have we been disappointed till date? Absolutely not! It seems like before we even conjure up what we want, we have it catered to us, courtesy constantly innovating enterprises.
Today enterprises are buzzing and pulsating with incessant innovations. The brutal competition requires these enterprises to be on their toes and keep innovating new products, technologies and concepts to dazzle the markets.
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It goes beyond saying that IT has become the DNA of every business process. IT has earned unrivaled importance.
But as they say there is no such thing as free lunch. Even popularity comes at a price. With rise in popularity, IT has also come under the scanner.
Enterprises that look to respond and adapt faster to external market pressures demand agility in their IT framework. Architectures that underpin this requirement are increasingly being viewed as the bad egg.
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