Enterprise Technical Architecture. A series of rules, guidelines, and principles used by an organization to direct the process of acquiring, building, modifying, delivering, and integrating Information Technology resources throughout the enterprise. These resources can include equipment, software, business processors, protocols, standards, methodologies, IT organizational structures and more.
Enterprise Technical Architecture. An Enterprise Business Architecture (EBA), and/or Enterprise Information Architecture (EIA)-driven, structured process that details the enterprise's technology strategies, its extended technology linkages, and their impact on program/project initiatives.