How much can Digital Cryptography do?
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Researching via a good search engine can be like opening a new Johari Window...
After the discussion on client configurations betraying your infrastructure choices, my talk with Sim Pul Simon (my corrected spelling) turned to other server examples.
"Complexity sucks the life out of users, developers and IT. Complexity makes products difficult to plan, build, test and use. Complexity introduces security challenges. Complexity causes administrator frustration."
It's a rare organization that has a comprehensive IT strategy. Why does a strategy matter? For one thing, IT is now part of the DNA of all organizations. So, an effective strategy is a key business element.
Learn the proven performance tuning methodology that I used to successfully tune the performance of Enterprise Java environments for companies ranging from small 10-person development teams to large-scale Fortune 500 companies.
Decisions are not the same as processes and should not be managed as though they are. Companies need both process agility AND decision agility.
One of the questions I get asked a lot is about business rules relationships to expert systems. Expert systems, after all, have a bad rap in many areas thanks to complex setup and poor performance. What, then, is the difference?
There is some debate about the value of loosely coupling business processes and business rules. Most of the objections, however, don't stand up to scrutiny.
Adaptive Control is the ability to constantly measure and refine the approach taken to a decision within a system. Why invest in the necessary infrastructure to improve your decisions over time?
A key tenet of Enterprise Decision Management is the automation of the operational decisions that drive your business. You need to identify operational decisions and automate them; you also need to separate them out from the rest of your applications so that they can be managed and reused. The best way to do this is to design what I call Decision Services - services in your Service Oriented Architecture that automate and manage highly targeted decisions that are part of your organization’s day-to-day operations.