Sunzi's idea of war was about coordination of multiple entities each doing their own thing to win a war.
Exactly, that text was fixated in bridging the gap from second to third generation warfare and was still focused on massed maneuvers of infantry against well defined targets. The world saw first hand the pinnacle of that during the German Blitzkrieg and by the time the Cold War between the US and the USSR set in the it was done with it. Traditional war between super power states had set the barrier to entry too high for new players to enter in and so the Maoist model of warfare has become predominant. Everyone from the Viet Cong to Iran and ISIL have been following the doctrine of fourth generation warfare since then and "cyber-warfare" fits that strategy better than any other. This article is stupid because TAOW, although interesting enough to read, is no longer applicable in today's world.