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ISI 364 Enterprise Computing Strategies
4 hours; 4 credits
This course explores the design, selection, implementation, and management of enterprise architecture solutions. The focus is on architecture and infrastructure alternatives that can fulfill the strategic vision of a business. Students learn current infrastructure solutions, such as Enterprise Systems, Service Oriented Architecture and Cloud infrastructures, and learn the technical and management challenges in distributed enterprise computing environments. The relevant data integration and migration strategies, mobile and social strategies, and application and service integration issues will be covered. Factors influencing the choice of enterprise IT solutions, such as total cost of ownership calculation, IT investment, security/privacy risks, and audit compliance will be discussed and analyzed.
Prerequisites: BUS 215
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