Category: Information Technology

Time to put AR and VR in the Human-Machine Toolbox

Time to put AR and VR in the Human-Machine Toolbox Look at AR and VR as bigger parts of the Human-Machine Toolbox rather than standalone technologies. Developers should focus on outcomes, not tools. I just talk about human-machine-interface now I had a nice lunch with Booz Allen Hamilton’s Nirav Desai this week. We were catching.

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Avoid Microsoft Teams Front-End for Curated Microsoft SharePoint Sites

Microsoft Teams SharePoint Front-End? Microsoft Team’s continues to evolve. Teams offers some good basic collaboration features, but one thing the product has not evolved into is a knowledge management front-end to SharePoint. It is true that Teams is built on SharePoint. While, Teams is a major advance over the simple Team Sites that existed in previous versions.

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Product Brief: Envelop VR EVE

Product Brief: EnvelopVR EVE     What is it? EnvelopVR’s Envelop Virtual Environment (EVE) is an execution environment that integrates traditional 2D computing resources into virtual reality. EVE also includes an SDK for building 3D extensions to existing 2D applications. Who makes it?    Envelop VR, Inc. 500 108th Ave. NE Suite 510 Bellevue, WA.

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Notes from Windows 10 Release Day -1

Tomorrow many people will receive the final bits of what is known as Windows 10. For those already previewing the release, as I am, it appears that a Windows Update process will push whatever bits are required to transform our machines from beta to released software — automagically. With the exception of a reboot, that process.

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Work Experience Design: Google May Get Work Wrong, But it is the Design Not The Open Office

I just saw an item from the Washington Post from last December titled: Google got it wrong. The open-office trend is destroying the workplace by Lindsey Kaufman. The article outlines her horrible experience at a New York ad agency that moved to an open office: lost productivity, judgement about personal routines and the daily experience of working.

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Why the Chief Data Officer (CDO) Role Is Regressive & Dangerous

CDO role: Regressive and Dangerous With big data comes a new corporate role, yet another executive seeking a seat at the tables of power. As more and more Chief Data Officers (CDO) get anointed, I can’t help but raise a caution flag for three reasons. First, the idea of managing enterprise data in a holistic way.

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Rasmus Quoted in ‘Facebook at Work’ post on CIO.com

Serious Insights Principal Analyst Daniel W. Rasmus comments on the ‘Facebook at Work’ announcement in CIO online. “Facebook’s big issue is that they have no enterprise presence outside of ad sales and marketing analytics,” according to Daniel Rasmus, founder and principal analyst at Serious Insights. IT departments are still extremely cautious about bringing new apps into.

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Uncertainty: Fifteen Questions for 2015

This slideshow explores the uncertainties facing the world in 2015 and suggests fifteen strategic questions every organization should be asking.

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Machine Learning Will Challenge Work and Intellectual Property Law

I have been briefing with companies that find patterns in data. In my recent Pinchot “intensive” I was talking to students about the kind of patterns that could be found, as well as the implications for intellectual property law related to pattern recognition. Here are two concepts to thinking about: Discovering Patterns in Data On.

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Industry Brief: IBM Watson Academic Initiative

Download the PDF here.   Additional and related research: https://www.seriousinsights.net/what-we-wont-learn-from-ibms-watson-playing-jeopardy/ https://www.seriousinsights.net/watson-and-jeopardy/ http://www.kmworld.com/Articles/Editorial/Features/Analytics-FOR-THE-REST-OF-US-94274.aspx [divider] What is it?   The Watson Academic Initiative offers collaborative investments of time and resources between IBM and universities designed to encourage learning through experimentation and application of IBM’s Watson cognitive computing platform. This program is an extension of the IBM Academic.

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