In many ways, the internet is still a “wild west” technological landscape. New, innovative technologies emerge yearly, promising to expand functionality and redefine interactivity, changing our day to day lives on the world wide web through huge paradigm shifts.
One of these great new technologies ushering in the new era of computing is the concept and application of the Blockchain. Read more
Unlike diamonds, information systems (IS) are not forever. As a company evolves, its IS evolves too. This evolution is induced by a company’s business and organizational transformations, regulation modifications and/or technical revolutions. In this Lego computing age, evolving an information system often means aggregating existing brick products instead of building them to create value. Read more
The ancient Sumerians were the first known civilization to record their culture on cuneiform tablets. Much of the written artifacts that exist today from that time are not eloquent prose, tales of old quests, or elegant poetry — but administrative cataloging. Read more
In 2014, a working group reached consensus for v2.0 of SCIM — a simple yet powerful standard that more and more large digital organizations are beginning to adopt for cross-domain identity management. Just last month, the Internet took a leap forward in standardizing SCIM specifications, now officially published by the Internet Engineering Task Force as RFC7643 and RFC7644. Read more
APIs can expedite old business architecture — but for some organizations it may be a difficult process. Masking a 10+ year old ERP system with a clean interface is no easy task.
Tuning into design lessons learned throughout research, development, and implementation stages, in this post we study a case that epitomizes the mullet in the back philosophy. Read more