By Laura Mauersberger

Years ago, Microsoft’s CEO described open source as a cancer. Times have changed. On Wednesday the company announced it’s joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as a top tier platinum member, costing Microsoft $370,000 per year. Has the EA role become obsolete? Or is it just inappropriately named? Thanks to the latest algorithms from MIT and Google, our phones will be capable of retouching our photos like a professional photographer in real time, before we take them. How can EAs use digital transformation as digital empowerment? Jason Bloomberg informs us in his latest white paper listed below.

Transforming Enterprise Architecture for Digital Empowerment
In this insightful white paper, EA thought leader Jason Bloomberg peels away the buzz and tackles the fundamentals of digital transformation head on. Bloomberg also develops a new name and focus for the EA team – CODE. Learn what it stands for, and give your EA a roadmap of how to lead digital transformation in your organization. Read the white paper here.

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