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Sandy Syx is a husband, father, Doozer and fun lover. My take on things is simply that - not universal law or truth, it's just the way I see things. I like healthy debate and can be swayed by facts and enlightment to alternate perspectives, but my take is my take, and it's grounded in my philosophical underpinnings. That means, that while I can be swayed, it isn't easy to do. Your comments are welcome.

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Sandy Syx

Sandy Syx

Quick chronological bio: Panther, Gopher, Blazer, Husband, Father, Doozer.
Notes and key takeaways from the respective Garnter session. In 2010, Gartner introduced the pace-layered application strategy framework. The reason a new strategy has been necessary is that the conversation between business and IT leaders...
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Notes and key takeaways from the Gartner session on cloud operating models.Assertion: Enterprise IT is crumbling under the weight of its "debt" due to complexity."All problems of computer science can be solved by another layer of...
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Notes and key takeaways from the 2012 CIO Agenda session at the 2011 Gartner IT Symposium.The role of technology in business is increasing, but that does not necessarily mean that the role of IT is increasing.  IT has been an ingredient for...
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For too long, Enterprise Architecture has been driven by the domain of IT.  This must change going forward and it must be driven by business strategy and focused on delivering business results.  A key trend is moving EA closer to the...
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This year's keynote urged IT leaders to Re-Imagine IT.So, what does that mean? According to Gartner, IT must re-invent itself due to disruptive forces that risk the very existence of the BUSINESSes IT empowers. Cited examples included the...
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