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January 2012 Blog Posts (3)

Data flow, crash and burn

For some years now, technologists have been developing ‘autonomous vehicles’ - cars which will be driven by computers, without direct human intervention.


Google, for example, is a pioneer in the industry.  In road trials, the company’s computer controlled cars have racked up 200,000 miles without any accidents.


Real-time flows of data will be critical to the operation of such vehicles in a…


Added by Paul Wallis on January 27, 2012 at 3:40 — No Comments

Some ways in which OBASHI helps with IT management

Over at Forbes.com, Dan Woods argues that,

“In every dimension, CIOs are facing an increased pace of change at the same time they are losing control over the computing environment. The number of assets they must manage is exploding. Consumerization, virtualization, cloud computing, software as a service, mobility are all increasing the complexity of the job of managing IT by orders of magnitude.”

In “The Coming Crisis of IT Management”, he…


Added by Paul Wallis on January 20, 2012 at 1:30 — No Comments

OBASHI likes

This is the fourth in an occasional series of “OBASHI likes” posts, where we highlight the ideas of others who have recently made us think about aspects of business and IT from an interesting perspective.


We may agree with all, some, or occasionally none of what each writer says, but whichever is the case, their ideas are thought provoking.



Added by Fergus Cloughley on January 13, 2012 at 11:19 — No Comments

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