August 3, 2006

Principles of enterprise text technology architecture

My August Computerworld column starts where July’s left off, and suggests principles for enterprise text technology architecture. This will not run Monday, August 7, as I was originally led to believe, but rather in my usual second-Monday slot, namely August 14. Thus, I finished it a week earlier than necessary, and I apologize to those of you I inconvenienced with the unnecessary rush to meet that deadline.

The principles I came up with are:

I’ll provide a link when the column is actually posted.


One Response to “Principles of enterprise text technology architecture”

  1. Text Technologies»Blog Archive » Is text technology mirroring business intelligence? on August 26th, 2006 5:34 pm

    […] After even more glitches than usual with their content management system, Computerworld finally posted the second part of my series on enterprise text technology architectures. I already posted the main points of the column here several weeks ago, but of course the column includes further material. In particular, I draw an analogy between text technologies and business intelligence, inspired in part by various direct ties between the two disciplines. Dave Kellogg makes a similar point, focused on general market development. […]

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