“Just imagine if a major cloud service provider had a ‘Lehman moment’, with everyone’s data there on Friday and gone on Monday...”That’s what the authors ask us to do on page 2 of “Beyond data breaches: global interconnections of cyber risk”.It appears that some users of the Dedoose cloud-based application don’t need to use their imagination. Dedoose enables academics and students to manage research data online.But…See More
Hi AllWhen learning to concepts I sometimes find "Cookbooks" or "Patterns" extremely useful. For example common patterns for solving typical challenges in an Android application. To help customers understand OBASHI, I think a cookbook where the most common IT services are mapped (desktop services, email services, etc) could be useful. My thinking is to group this by delivery methods (on-premise, data-centre, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, etc).Has anyone done anything similar. I am also looking for feedback…See More
Never mind the mutually beneficial relationship created over thousands of years.Never mind them guarding you and yours.Never mind their ability to recognise human emotions.Never mind their ability to sense ill health and disease.Never mind the crazy, funny stuff they do.Never mind you not taking exercise.Never mind you burning a bit more fossil fuel.Never mind the risks to kids.Just a…See More
thanks for feedback! I've added RBG colors to mind map and uploaded new OBASHI colour standards image with new column - RGB. Appreciate your feedback!
Newest changes in mind map:
- added RGB colours…"
It maybe a good idea to add the RGB values to the colour section as well. I needed to convert them for a visio diagram so here is what I got
Owner:R: 213 G: 183 B: 225
Business Process:R: 232 G: 214 B: 227
Application: R: 255 G:176 B:…"
OBASHI Think started off as an idea.......
where we could challenge conventional thinking and show just how useful OBASHI is; where people who "get it" can share what they think; where seeing the "big picture" is second nature and where "joining the dots" is more important than "ticking boxes."