An enterprise-wide technical architecture (EWTA) is an operational statement of the current technologies utilized and supported by the central computing organization as well as a statement of contemplated changes with projected dates. It does not provide explanations nor rationales for any of the standards or tools listed. Computing and Media Services, however, will gladly provide that information to any member of the campus community who inquires.
Computing and Media Services will maintain an EWTA on its web site as a guide for our clients and computing professionals across the campus. The architecture is intended to be complete and current. It will be updated three times each year: January, April and August or as required to support the business needs of Syracuse University.
We appreciate any comments on the structure, contents, suggested new categories, or anything that you feel would make the EWTA more useful. Please send comments to Gary McGinnis, Director, Client Services, at emailprotected
The elements of the EWTA are:
Desktop Client Platforms
Desktop Applications
Email/GroupWare
Servers
Network and Communications Protocols
Network and System Management Tool Frameworks
Operational Software
Database, Data Interfaces
Security
Enterprise Resource Planning
Middleware
Application Development Tools
Data Warehouse
Mobile/Remote Platforms
Academic-Instructional Platforms
Voice Communication
New Trends and Directions
If you prefer to look at or print the document as a whole, it is available in pdf format:
EWTA document in pdf format
An enterprise-wide technical architecture (EWTA) is an operational statement of the current technologies utilized and supported by the central computing organization as well as a statement of contemplated changes with projected dates. It does not provide explanations nor rationales for any of the standards or tools listed. Computing and Media Services, however, will gladly provide that information to any member of the campus community who inquires.
Computing and Media Services will maintain an EWTA on its web site as a guide for our clients and computing professionals across the campus. The architecture is intended to be complete and current. It will be updated three times each year: January, April and August or as required to support the business needs of Syracuse University.
We appreciate any comments on the structure, contents, suggested new categories, or anything that you feel would make the EWTA more useful. Please send comments to Gary McGinnis, Director, Client Services, at emailprotected
The elements of the EWTA are:
Desktop Client Platforms
Desktop Applications
Email/GroupWare
Servers
Network and Communications Protocols
Network and System Management Tool Frameworks
Operational Software
Database, Data Interfaces
Security
Enterprise Resource Planning
Middleware
Application Development Tools
Data Warehouse
Mobile/Remote Platforms
Academic-Instructional Platforms
Voice Communication
New Trends and Directions
If you prefer to look at or print the document as a whole, it is available in pdf format:
EWTA document in pdf format
An enterprise-wide technical architecture (EWTA) is an operational statement of the current technologies utilized and supported by the central computing organization as well as a statement of contemplated changes with projected dates. It does not provide explanations nor rationales for any of the standards or tools listed. Computing and Media Services, however, will gladly provide that information to any member of the campus community who inquires.
Computing and Media Services will maintain an EWTA on its web site as a guide for our clients and computing professionals across the campus. The architecture is intended to be complete and current. It will be updated three times each year: January, April and August or as required to support the business needs of Syracuse University.
We appreciate any comments on the structure, contents, suggested new categories, or anything that you feel would make the EWTA more useful. Please send comments to Gary McGinnis, Director, Client Services, at emailprotected
The elements of the EWTA are:
Desktop Client Platforms
Desktop Applications
Email/GroupWare
Servers
Network and Communications Protocols
Network and System Management Tool Frameworks
Operational Software
Database, Data Interfaces
Security
Enterprise Resource Planning
Middleware
Application Development Tools
Data Warehouse
Mobile/Remote Platforms
Academic-Instructional Platforms
Voice Communication
New Trends and Directions
If you prefer to look at or print the document as a whole, it is available in pdf format:
EWTA document in pdf format

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