Business Intelligence Architecture
A business intelligence architecture is a framework for organizing the data, information management and technology components that are used to build business intelligence (BI) systems for reporting and data analytics. The underlying BI architecture plays an important role in business intelligence projects because it affects development and implementation decisions.
Enterprise Applications Architecture
Enterprise Applications include the systems that coordinate operations of the college for student, faculty, and staff account provisioning, finances, online services, and the integrations between the supporting applications.
Solution architecture is a practice of defining and describing an architecture of a system delivered in context of a specific solution and as such it may encompass description of an entire system or only its specific parts.
The purpose of system architecture is to define a comprehensive solution based on principles, concepts, and properties logically related and consistent with each other. System Architecture is abstract, conceptualization-oriented, global, and focused to achieve the mission and life cycle concepts of the system. It also focuses on high‐level structure in systems and system elements. It addresses the architectural principles, concepts, properties, and characteristics of the system-of-interest.
Unified Communications Architecture
The Unified Communications Architecture team is responsible for designing, and maintaining the network and telephony infrastructure and associated applications utilized across the college.