This chapter examines examples of value that may be conserved or sought during architectural realignment projects. Enterprise planning and execution will take time to implement correctly and with a minimum of disruption to users and business units. Additional meta-tag information for images and text-alternative versions of public-facing websites are also common requirements that must be included in enterprise architectural planning, to ensure that future-state solutions will be in compliance. Formal business continuity, disaster recovery, and continuity of operations planning and management skills are vital when architecting an extended enterprise network. Risk control and management starts with the lowest levels of operational readiness, such as power, telecom, and network availability. The emergence of service-oriented architectural programming methods has given new life to legacy systems near the end of their life cycle. The practice and process of architectural governance must be continually refined to fit the ever-evolving specifications unique to each organization.