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Chapter 5 Click to edit Master subtitle style MANAGING ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURES 5-3 SECTION 5.1
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Chapter 5 ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURES Enterprise architecture - includes the plans for how an organization will build, deploy, use, and share its data, processes, and IT assets Enterprise architect (EA) - a person grounded in technology, fluent in business, a patient diplomat, and provides the important bridge between IT and the business 5-6
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Chapter 5 Top Ten Data Failure Stories 10. PhD Almost an F -- A PhD candidate lost his entire dissertation when a bad power supply suddenly zapped his computer and damaged the USB Flash drive that stored the document. Had the data not been recovered, the student would not have graduated. 9. Suffering from Art -- While rearranging her home office, a woman accidentally dropped a five pound piece of clay pottery on her laptop, directly onto the hard drive area that contained a book she'd been working on for five years and 150 year-old genealogy pictures that had not yet been printed. 8. Domestic Dilemma -- A husband deleted all of his
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Chapter 5 Top Ten Data Failure Stories 7. Bite Worse than Bark -- A customer left his memory stick lying out and his dog mistook it for a chew toy. 6. Don't Try this at Home -- A man attempting to recover data from his computer on his own found the job too challenging mid-way through and ended up sending Ontrack his completely disassembled drive -- with each of its parts in a separate baggie. 5. Out of Time -- A clockmaker suffered a system meltdown, losing the digital designs for all of its clocks. Ontrack literally beat the clock recovering all their data just in time for an important international tradeshow. 4. Drilling for Data -- During a multi-drive RAID
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Chapter 5 Top Ten Data Failure Stories 3. Safe at Home -- After one of their executives experienced a laptop crash, the Minnesota Twins professional baseball team called on Ontrack to rescue crucial scouting information about their latest prospects. The team now relies on Ontrack for all data recoveries within its scouting and coaching ranks. 2. Hardware Problems -- A frustrated writer attacked her computer with a hammer. When the engineers received the computer, the hammer imprint was clearly visible on the top cover.
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