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What Was Hot at RSA Conference 2012?

What Was Hot at RSA Conference 2012?

First, a disclaimer. I attended two days of the RSA conference this week and saw and interviewed several vendors. Interviews by myself and others were videotaped and will be available soon. However, the sheer number of exhibitors and others was tremendous. I am sure I did miss some of the great technologies and vendors. But […]

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RSA Conference 2012: Power Shortage by ICT? You Can’t Be Serious, Are You?

RSA Conference 2012: Power Shortage by ICT? You Can’t Be Serious, Are You?

Cloud conferences are gaining momentum and attendance, but  the RSA Conference 2012 I’ve attended held Feb. 27 through March 2 in San Francisco attracted more people by far. I talked to and interviewed many people there, and I plan to write about them and the security technologies they presented. This was my second conference since […]

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The General Trends of Cloud Computing (Cloud Connect  2012)

The General Trends of Cloud Computing (Cloud Connect 2012)

When you cover a conference like Cloud Connect 2012, it is sometimes overwhelming to see so many things and people in a matter of a few days. It is generally a good thing to collect or receive a large amount of information. The downside is that it is hard to digest it all and condense […]

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New Generation of CIOs Is Born with Cloud Computing and Consumerization of IT

New Generation of CIOs Is Born with Cloud Computing and Consumerization of IT

This continues the discussion of the interview of Tim Crawford by Andrew Dailey of MGI Research at the recent Teladata Technology Convergence Conference. As before, I have summarized what was discussed and injected my comments and thoughts triggered by their Q&A. It was simple in the enterprise world. There was a main business organization with […]

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BigData, Fujitsu’s Way

BigData, Fujitsu’s Way

The recent Annual Fujitsu North America Technology Forum was Fujitsu Laboratories of America’s fifth such conference. This year’s theme was “From Sensor Networks to Human Networks: Turning Big Data into Actionable Wisdom.” In short, it was a one-day conference on Big Data. Mr. Matsumoto passed the torch to Mr. Kimura (in the next picture), the […]

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Fujitsu Does Cloud Computing

Fujitsu Does Cloud Computing

I once worked for a major Japanese high tech company in the US and have a good understanding of how Japanese companies tend to work in this country. With a few exceptions, they seem only to gather information to feed to their Tokyo headquarters. Fujitsu has been one of the exceptions. They get involved in […]

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The Conversation We Are Not Having Maybe…

The Conversation We Are Not Having Maybe…

At the airport in Frankfurt on my way to Rome for a days work with Marymount International School and their faculty on 1 to 1 Laptops. Time to reflect in the waiting lounge about the ECIS IT Conference in Frankfurt last week, a wonderful reminder that it is not about IT but learning. The conference […]

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Signed, Sealed – Delivered? The Payoff of Showing Your “Trust Mark”

A big benefit of buying an SSL Certificate from a known brand includes the recognition value of their trust mark, so it is highly important that you use this to maximum benefit on your Web site. Here are some tips on how to place the trust mark for maximum impact.

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From Static Directories to Context Servers

Michel Prompt is CEO of Radiant Logic. Over the next several weeks, Michel will look at the emerging issues with digital identity, directory virtualization, data services abstraction and a host of other topics. Bonjour! My name is Michel Prompt and I am the founder and CEO of Radiant Logic. When my company announced the first-ever […]

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