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Boundaryless Information Flow - Definition
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Boundaryless Information Flow
The concept of Boundaryless Information Flow is providing global interoperable access to relevant information to support business processes. It does not infer that there are no boundaries, rather it means that information permeates through any boundaries to enable access to support business processes.
Related to: Enterprise Architecture
Last Updated: 5/27/2018 1:32:00 AM
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