Tag Archives: standards

XWand Cloud for Financial Data Exchange

Fujitsu is announcing today XWand Cloud, a new online server for financial information exchange. What is it? Why is it important?

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Assistants Transform Data, Synchronize as Well

In previous post I introduce a scenario for cooperation between doctors, and show that a personal assistant is a good way to connect those in real time.  Here are some additional details that we should consider more carefully.

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Disable Autorun … now

After installing Windows, I always disable all of the auto-run features on all of the drives.  This one action alone will protect you from half of the malware out there.  

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How FIBO will clean up Finance

Dennis Wisnosky is working to save the financial industry and the economy.  He gave a keynote on the second day of the iBPMS Expo 2013 in Chicago and touched on the Financial Industry Business Ontology (FIBO) and what that will … Continue reading

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Registering Again … (Sigh)

The bane of social networking sites is the need to register one more username, one more password, and once more to fill in some sharable details.  That is sooooo 2008.   I am registering with a conference so I can select … Continue reading

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Cloud, Security, and Big Data

So many top buzz words are wrapped into a single title because I am moderating a panel session on Thursday at the Fujitsu Technology Forum 2013 on exactly this topic with some members of the Big Data working Group, of … Continue reading

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Care about Simulation?

Today’s question: do you care about simulation of business processes?  If you do, you probably should be aware of the recent developments of BPSim.

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ACM Workshop Program Finalized

The First International Workshop on ACM has move through the process of selecting the papers to be presented, and the 2012 program has been published.  We are happy to announce that there were enough high quality papers to make it a … Continue reading

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The Anti-SSL Conspiracy

This post is about secure internet protocols, and mainly about a bizarre phenomenon that prevents us from using SSL security in many situations where it would be useful. What is bizarre is that I don’t think anyone intends it, but … Continue reading

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Large-Scale Federated Processes

A presentation that I gave at the Stevens BPM day covered the subject of Large Scale Federated Processes. What is a federated process? It is a distributed process that spans many servers. Distributed process support might be designed and implemented … Continue reading

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