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A third of organizations do not know how to effectively measure the benefits of business analytics projects. The lack of effective measurement methodologies is stalling enterprises from reaping the full advantage of their IT investment. It may also be holding back widespread deployment of analytics solutions.
IDC has just declared that SOA is live and kicking. A little over a year ago, Burton Group blogger Anne Thomas Manes wrote a damning obituary of SOA. The IDC projections ironically prove her right. The way SOA was practised is dead, but the services-orientation of IT architecture has gained momentum in the last one year. Further, SOA-style thinking is reshaping management. Whether SOA is live or not, the debate is far from dead. It has just taken a new turn.