Posts related to Rethinking IT
17 October 2010 - How Open Will Change Television
The licensing dispute between Fox and Cablevision which kept the Giants game from coursing across the Cablevision network at kickoff today shows us yet again why closed licensing models based upon licensing aggregation simply are not in the best interest of consumers. As I highlighted in a previous post, I’m not a fan of having […]
02 June 2010 - It’s the data, stupid!
Continuing the Rethinking IT series, let’s take a look at data. If one of my underlying principles is that today’s IT is yesterday’s data processing (plus communications), then data’s been fairly well acknowledged to be old hat for IT professionals, right? We’re doing it wrong Take a look at your document management system (that’s if […]
21 May 2010 - Rethinking IT
I am consistently finding myself challenging assumptions about the role of IT and information systems in business. I’m also finding that I’ve not been able to consolidate my ideas in a way that provides the value of aggregation and integration, and I’ve decided that thinking my way to a comprehensive belief system and approach on […]