The taxicab industry is challenged to adapt its IT security infrastructures and policies to manage waves of disruptive change.
See on www.pivotpointsecurity.com
- What are the Human Capital implications of disruptive technology?
- What is a Disruptive Force?
- You: The sudden death of brands: Smart Thinking
- Unified Communications – the Next Disruption?
- Aging Infrastructures and Evolving Threats – Data Center 2.0 is Redefining Security
- 5 Core Skills of Disruptive, Visual-Thinking Innovators
Digital identity—the sum of all digitally available information about an individual—offers enormous potential value. Applications leveraging personal data can boost efficiency, focus research and marketing, and spur the creation of personalized products and services. But to unlock its full value, organizations must embrace responsibility, transparency, and user control.
My point of view: check this paper and Doc Searl’s The Intention Economy
- Social Media Identity Theory
- Digital Identity for Winners
- Trusted applications of personal data could boost innovation and growth in the European economy
- Trusted deployment of personal data to boost growth in the European economy
- Content Creators, Here’s Why You Need to Be A Google Author
- Kite Flying for Academic Digital Identity
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To explore the approaches that governments around the world are taking to common problems, this anthology convenes political leaders and civil servants, economists and policy experts, generalists and specialists.
My point of view: design thinking used by policy makers is necessary but not sufficient. A fool with a tool is still a fool
- Civil servants face sack if they fail to deliver
- Publishing the Digital Strategy as a website, rather than on one
- Regional bureaucrats’ pay in 2012 seen topping national civil servants’
- Hottest job of 2013 national civil servant exam attracts nearly 1000 applicants
- ‘Civil servants must deliver’…Govt not intimidating but wants efficient service delivery – Sakeni
- David Cameron warned of rift with mandarins
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