Monthly Archives: September 2014

Regulation Renegation Abomi nation

So, after privacy-enhancing regulations finally got some traction here and there – mentally, hardly in implementation yet – we’re getting the full bucketloads of bovine-produced fertilizer regarding adapted protection through ‘Data Use Regulation’. Which already throws back actual regulation in … Continue reading

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IoTSec from IAM at entry to the end node

Now that you all are so busy implementing Internet of Things pilots everywhere, I mean at home like with this and this, but B2B everywhere as well (…!?) or are you doing it there not too, we may need to … Continue reading

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Golden Oldie Pic of the Day: Roundtable

And yet another one; that’s how you do a roundtable…: [Plain and colorized] BTW, know less that 15 and go stand in the corner, ashamed of your ignorance.

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Cycle comments and questions

A certain commercial advisory club still releases its hype cycle. Which is good news; to have some authority with some authority (your mileage may vary) providing us with some comprehension and comprehensiveness [OK I’ll stop now] about the What’s Buzzworthy. … Continue reading

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Golden Oldie Pic of the Day

Yup, another one: I do… Age isn’t just a number. It’s a word.

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Diversified Reporting Assurance

Yes, let’s call it DRA. The new wave of “accountants’ statements” in the wings.[Warning: for those not interested in accountancy, the rest will be boring. Or, let me restate that: very boring. Or even deadly boring.]

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Pops off the Top

To get you in the mood, and involved, please check out the longlist of songs eligible for my [emphasis by author] Top 2000 Of All Times (link to clean Excel here). Yes, I’ll have to prune a bit, there’s more … Continue reading

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