As the consumerization of technology continues to grow and converge, our way of constructing business models and systems need to evolve as well. We need to let data drive the business process, and incorporate intelligent machines like Watson into our infrastructure to help us turn data into actionable results.
We’re excited to announce the formation of a new forum, specifically designed to advance The Open Group vision of Boundaryless Information Flow™ by helping enterprises to take advantage of these convergent technologies. This will be accomplished by identifying a set of new platform capabilities, and architecting and standardizing an IT platform by which enterprises can reap the business benefits of Platform 3.0.
Today, the lack of trust in online Identity forces organizations to set up their own identity management systems, dishing out their own usernames and passwords/PINs for us. The result is that we end up having to remember well over 50 different online identities, which poses a large problem.
Didn’t catch the walled garden tweet jam? Here is the official summary of the event.
The Open Group will be hosting a tweet jam on Tuesday, July 10 at 9 a.m. PT/12:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. BST. The topic will be on “Facebook walled gardens” and is open to anyone interested in participating through Twitter. Please read on for more details
The core dilemma in public cybersecurity: Balancing boundarylessness and data security. The solution isn’t easy, but long-term, it lies in not relying on the security of the pipes or the perimeter, but improving the trust and security of the data itself. Security needs to be associated with data and people; not the connections and routers that carry it.