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November 2010 Blog Posts (4)

Finance and data flows

What do you think this is a picture of:

  • a secret plan for the circuit board of a new '3D' games console
  • the organisational structure of a mafia crime syndicate
  • a Piping and Instrumentation diagram (P&ID) for part of a nuclear power…

Added by Paul Wallis on November 25, 2010 at 1:20 — No Comments

Understanding data flow in the supply chain

Oracle recently published a market report, The Fragmented Supply Chain (pdf), which examines how well British businesses are "able to communicate information across the supply chains, as well as within their own companies."

The independently researched report interviewed 100 supply chain executives from UK companies with more than 250…


Added by Fergus Cloughley on November 18, 2010 at 13:00 — 2 Comments

Are you ready for more connectivity?

Christmas is just over the horizon and during a lunch-break last week I did a little online browsing, seeking much needed inspiration for the gifts I'll give this year.

My first search was for "smart clothing" - clothes that incorporate computers or digital devices. I was curious about what was available because I'd read recently that it may be possible to develop clothing fabric that generates electricity through wearers' movement and body heat.

As a bit of a geek, that kind… Continue

Added by Paul Wallis on November 12, 2010 at 13:09 — No Comments

How OBASHI helps Enterprise Architects

OBASHI is not Enterprise Architecture (EA) - but it will be used by Enterprise Architects. We actually think that every EA project would benefit from using the OBASHI methodology and software. Here's why.

There are three main camps in Enterprise Architecture:

  • Static Models like, for example, Zachman
  • Dynamic Models like, for example, TOGAF
  • Hybrid…

Added by Fergus Cloughley on November 3, 2010 at 1:00 — No Comments

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