In the world of technology, there are paradigms of language that arise organically and artificially over time. Necessity requires a shared mode of communication for ideas and as a result, descriptors, nouns, and technical designators are created and shared. The problem arises when certain words acquire a surfeit of meaning, so much so that they paradoxically become less meaningful. There are many examples of this but for our purposes, we’re going to look at “Supply Chain Security”.
The Open Group hosted its latest event at the Marriott Riverwalk in the lively city of San Antonio, Texas. On January 27 – 30, we welcomed attendees from across the globe – including decision-makers, Enterprise Architects, Data Scientists, engineers, technologists, and end-users representing many businesses and governments – to explore how organizations can utilize their growing volume of data effectively and securely as part of a digital transformation program.
By Loren K. Baynes, Director, Global Marketing Communications, The Open Group The Open Group San Diego 2015, with over 200 guests in attendance, had a
By Jim Hietala, VP Security, and Andrew Josey, Director of Standards, The Open Group This is the third in our four part blog series introducing
By Sally Long, Forum Director, Open Trusted Technology Forum, The Open Group A First Line of Defense in Protecting Critical Infrastructure – A Technical Solution
By Andras Szakal, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, IBM U.S. Federal Changing business dynamics and enabling technologies In 2008, IBM introduced the concept of