Introduction. Part I: Developing the Architecture. Chapter 1: Planning for Enterprise Realignment. Chapter 2: Exploring Tasks, Roles, and Tools. Chapter 3: Pondering Platform Pros and Cons. Part II: Defining the Role of IT Architecture. Chapter 4: Reducing Complexity through Standardization and Consolidation. Chapter 5: Planning Enterprise Information Security. Chapter 6: Complying with Mandates and Managing Risk Part III: Creating an Enterprise Culture. Chapter 7: Developing Identity and Access Management Strategies. Chapter 8: Developing a Network Culture through Collaboration Solutions. Chapter 9: Reviewing Communication Methods. Part IV: Developing an Extended Network Enterprise. Chapter 10: Managing Data Storage. Chapter 11: Managing Application Development. Chapter 12: Planning for the Mobile Enterprise. Part V: Obtaining Value beyond the Basic Enterprise. Chapter 13: Virtualizing Enterprise Systems. Chapter 14: Facilitating High-Performance Computing. Chapter 15: Enabling Green IT. Part VI: Protecting the Enterprise. Chapter 16: Planning Technology Updates. Chapter 17: Planning Security Strategies. Chapter 18: Planning Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery. Part VII: The Part of Tens. Chapter 19: Ten Challenges for Redesigning an Existing Enterprise. Chapter 20: Ten ?Low-Hanging Fruit? Opportunities. Glossary. Index.
Kalani Kirk Hausman is a specialist in enterprise architecture, security, information assurance, business continuity, and regulatory compliance. Susan L. Cook is a Senior IT Policy and Security Programs Administrator and a former compliance auditor. Both are employed by Texas A&M University.