Enterprise Nervous System (ENS)
Definition - What does Enterprise Nervous System (ENS) mean?
Techopedia explains Enterprise Nervous System (ENS)
Creating an ENS model requires certain tools and resources that are used to connect the network components. One example is the use of an application programming interface (API), a tool that helps different types of software to communicate well.
In general, IT professionals will label and manipulate parts of an IT system with the knowledge of how all of the connected parts work together. An ENS is, in some ways, a reflection on the emergence of new data-handling models and technologies that promote much more sophisticated and modern IT systems with the ability to handle more data, deliver more computing power and support decision making in new and useful ways.
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