Ubiquitous Computing Era – Wearables Rise!

Steven Lindo
Written by Steven Lindo
on March 30, 2015

In 1988 when Mark Weiser first articulated the concept of Ubiquitous Computing, I wonder if he had sensors and wearables in mind? Ubiquitous computing, sometimes called the age of calm technology refers to the era where technology is pervasive or omni-present in our lives, but not dominant. Instead, ubiquitous computing is about technology that recedes to the background. This is where “wearables” will rise!

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The Right To Be Forgotten Does NOT Exist

Kirsten van Engelenburg
Written by Kirsten van Engelenburg
on March 13, 2015

The Seven City Tour of Google’s Advisory Council ended in October 2014. The next three months were spent drawing up an advisory report. However in December 2014, the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party advocated an adjustment of the May 2014 ruling. Their advice was to extend the Right to Be Forgotten to Google Global instead of Google Local. It seems that the Advisory Council’s report which still needed to be released was being by-passed. Read further >


When Archeologists and Computer Scientists Talk About Legal Matters

Christian Dirschl
Written by Christian Dirschl
on February 27, 2015

I had the privilege and pleasure to be present at one of these rare occasions.

Experts from different domains, personal histories, and backgrounds will work together in the coming years. They all push toward making the creation and maintenance of data-intensive systems and applications more efficient.

Or to put it simply: ALIGNED was born!

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Digital Media – Predictions for 2015

Steven Lindo
Written by Steven Lindo
on January 19, 2015

There were a couple of events that I consider a BFD in 2014. The advancements being made with the “supercarbon” Graphene is one, legalization of marijuana in some states in the United States another, and of course my son graduating from high school. Well, a big deal for my wife and me anyway. Another observation that I would categorize as a big deal was the dramatic advancements in Digital Media. And in 2014, it accelerated because of the convergence of technology, innovation, and the user base.

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The Real Future of Search, Now!

Steven Lindo
Written by Steven Lindo
on December 15, 2014

As data continues to explode across the information super highway, the ways in which we search for information has also changed. The goal of search (as defined by Google) “is to get the user to the answer or information they seek, faster by creating a seamless connection between them and the knowledge they seek.” I support this definition and we can see that Google is backing up their statement by putting their money and resources where their mouth is. So how about you and your organization, are you ready to get real about the future of search?

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Wolters Kluwer CCH IntelliConnect Browser Search

Kirsten van Engelenburg
Written by Kirsten van Engelenburg
on November 07, 2014

In October, Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting launched CCH IntelliConnect Browser Search, a free browser add-on that displays IntelliConnect subscriber content in a box above a search engine’s search results. So, whether customers are using Google, Yahoo! or Bing, they no longer need to alternate between research tools – it’s one and done. This allows accountants to search the way they normally would – using a simple, familiar, search engine – and saves them valuable time because they can access reliable Wolters Kluwer, CCH content on their favorite search engine without logging into IntelliConnect. Read further >


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