Posted on Mar 27th, 2013 | Comments Off
Recently I was asked to define the role of a CIO in medium-sized businesses so I thought I would share my thoughts and research on the topic. There are many definitions of the CIO’s role. Traditionally the CIO role is defined as managing technology for the business and managing how information is utilized. Views vary whether the role is best served by a business person or a technologist.
In fact, the role of CIO...
Posted on Jan 10th, 2013 | Comments Off
Day 2 at CES was just as exciting and exhausting, filled with too many products, innovations and ideas to mention. Here are a few highlights.
Sharp IGZO smartphone display
Sharp demonstrated IGZO, underlying display technology present in Sharp smartphones and to-be-commercial monitor offerings. Bringing improved performance, lower power consumption, and 10 point touch interface technology, what I found most...
Posted on Jan 9th, 2013 | Comments Off
I’m on my second annual visit to CES in Las Vegas. While it’s nearly impossible to see everything, there are products, technologies and companies I wanted to seek out, and along with others I came across while cruising the show floor. Here are a few of the highlights from my first day.
Ubuntu Phone OS
On my list to seek out, Canonical Ltd was a high priority visit. The Ubuntu phone demo didn’t...
Posted on Oct 24th, 2008 | Comments Off
A week or so ago, Alan Shimel announced on his blog that StillSecure released some new modules for the Cobia platform. Cobia is a software platform for networking and security that runs on general purpose Intel computing hardware. VPN, DNS, anti-virus/spyware/spam, and URL filtering were added to Cobia. You can check out/download/find out more about Cobia on the Cobia website.
I had the pleasure of working on and...
Posted on Jul 28th, 2008 | Comments Off