It’s been more than a decade since Architecture & Governance Magazine was launched.
Initially, it was a slick, print magazine that was mailed to subscribing enterprise architects and distributed at conferences. No expense was spared. And that was a good thing because the magazine made an impression and built a following among a group of technologists who were coming into their own—enterprise architects.
Over the years, the magazine was converted to an electronic format, or PDF. Despite this, the magazine thrived, with readership surging to more than 20,000.
Much of the credit for that momentum can be attributed to Editor in Chief, George Paras, a long-time thought leader in all matters related to enterprise architecture. He has guided the magazine since its inception. In addition, the magazine has also had the same managing editor, Holt Hackney, and production team.
“Continuity is a critical component for the successful run of any publication,” said Hackney. “This is especially true about George Paras, who has provided the vision for the magazine since its inception.”
While the magazine was successful, they wanted to expand their reach and establish a central location where enterprise architects and the like could find relevant information on topics and advice. That’s why www.architectureandgovernance.com was born.
The new site will not only be a repository for all the current and past content of the magazine, but it will also feature a fresh selection of blogs each month. These blog posts will include interviews, excerpts, contributed posts, and analysis of recent trends—all related to the enterprise architecture discipline.
The new website endeavors to be a reflection of the enterprise architecture field, bringing you insightful posts that will make a difference in your career. We invite our readers on the Planview Blog to subscribe to the content. Time will tell whether it will have the same successful run that the magazine has and continues to enjoy. But I’m optimistic about its future.
Check it out for yourself—visit www.architectureandgovernance.com today!