Category Archives: ERM

Program. Check. Not.

Going to present at a conference. You know, to raise one’s reputation that is the single currency in independent-consultancyland, and to gain feedback on one’s private research and professional (industry) development zeal. So, I was to present at (ISC)2, or … Continue reading

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Where are VR, its breakthroughs ..?

Dropping another question for your tons of response … haha. Wondered why VR hasn’t broken through to ubiquity. What’s holding it back? I mean, I understand that it’s quite complex, not just an app to be installed and there’s all … Continue reading

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Blown over — smart dust or where is it?

In all the news about IoT, where has the (admittedly far-flung) prediction about ‘smart dust’ gone ..? Where has the smart dust gone? Was it a wormhole glimpse into the future, was it some runaway brainstorm on steroids (or other … Continue reading

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Guess

OK, your guess (sic) as to what these real actual companies do: Qwerly, Zlio, Adatao, Viggle, Zoosk, Hipmunk. Wrong. What they really do here. Now, the next round: Loopt, Xobri, Heroku, Bump. Who dreams up these names anyway; yes an … Continue reading

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Drones are the new tablets

It’s obvious once you think about it (which admittedly may or may not be obvious in your case) — Desktop sales rebound a bit, on new (‘large’, expensive-)chip performance; Tablet sales a sagging as they turn out to be too … Continue reading

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Assurance… No; continuous blockchainproofing will be

Accountants (of the certifying kind) have seen the light of continuous assurance coming. The vast majority of them reacted by being the rabbits [certainly not of the Winnebago / Native American trickster type ..!]; though assuming the headlights were and … Continue reading

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Ebow to lower prices, up the sharing ec

OK, here we have these two trends: Ebay still being around (although slowly, coming under attack from entrants; check your feeds if you’d have missed that) but when people get tired, they bid lower and lower, when at the same … Continue reading

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