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Links week February 13th, 2017

Posted by in Links, Robotics, Security

Settlement week in my new professional environment. Environment that, without a doubt, will be much more hectic than the ones I had in recent years. Let’s see if with this new pace I continue to share links that I find interesting. This week, for now, not too much to share: A university was attacked by its lightbulbs, vending machines and lamp posts This was the home appliance revolution: So here’s the case of vending machines and lamp posts compulsively searching for seafood and overwhelming the network with requests with the aim of…Read More

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Links week February 6th, 2017

Posted by in Insurance, Links, Privacy, Robotics, Society, Transformation

Yes, last week I dis not share any link throug the usual channels. It was a week of professional changes. Maybe that was the reason. Although the fact is that I read at the same path as from the same sources as always. Who knows, it might have been just a coincidence. To compensate, this week I have shared more links than usual: The Robots Are Coming for Your Heart Very interesting this post in Wired about progress in robotics in the health sector and about a subject my dear…Read More

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Chatbots as browsers

Posted by in Messaging, Mobility

I belong to an interesting Slack group whose members are digital immigrants. Those immigrants who started their digitization at the end of the 90s or the first few years of the 21st Century. The normal use of this group is to arrange periodic lunches but, today, after sharing the news that PayPal has partnered with Slack, we have had an interesting conversation about messaging applications. And there have been two main opinions: Those who think that there is a clear tendency that all apps will end up having their own messaging system. Those who…Read More

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New career change

Posted by in Career, Change, Personal

Once again I face the blank page to write about profesional changes. Yesterday, January 31st, was my last day at Grupo PSN. A place full of great professionals who are aware of the enormous challenge they are facing to meet the requirements of doing business at the end of the second decade of the 21st century. I think they have the right direction and, mostly, the right leadership for it. Every time I have taken a step like this I have looked back and I have always had the sweet taste of what I have achieved,…Read More

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Links week January 23rd, 2017

Posted by in Data protection, Energy, Links

Very different subjects in the links shared this week. One about what seems to be the next real transformation challenge that we are going to face as a society, which seems to have the capacity to be the detonator of the next change of era: energy. Another on a topic that I have shared and even written about quite recurring: data protection. A third theme, which I shared through a different channel than usual one: my personal Facebook account, reflects on the future that we are guessing, not so much in…Read More

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Links week January 9th, 2017

Posted by in Blockchain, Health, Health Record, Privacy, Society

Just another week with a few links. And surprisingly, coming from different sources, three of them are about similar concepts: privacy and security. The first one about the use of Blockchain to increase the privacy of electronic health records. The second one posted in a blog whose main focus is IT security and privacy. And the third one about the meta information that is accesible when we use messaging apps. More interested in these topics every day. 16 Percent of Healthcare Companies to Have Commercial Blockchain Solutions in 2017 To further…Read More

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Links week January 2nd, 2017

Posted by in Links, Transformation

A new year is starting and even though I’ve had more time to focus on my readings, I’ve just decided to share one of them. I believe it is a texts that deserves a few minutes of attentive reading as most of the ones from this website. I hope this type of texts is a foresight of the readings I am going to share along this new year. In the meantime, here you have the first link of the year: 5 tips for succeeding at digital transformation The point of…Read More

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Links week December 26th, 2016

Posted by in Blockchain, Insurance, Internet, Links

I am starting the first day of 2017 writing this summary of the links I shared during the last week of 2016. What should have been easy days, have really been hectic ones and I found interesting links to share. Here they are to close the year, here they are to start the year: Digital Insurance Success Demands New Metrics It’s important to keep in mind that delivering a successful digital insurance strategy is an iterative process, not an overnight transformation. How blockchain can create the world’s biggest supercomputer A…Read More

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My reflections at the end of 2016

Posted by in Personal, Year end

We are reaching these moments of the year when almost anyone takes some time to look back and have a twelve months review of their life. This is something we could do at any other moment of the year, but the convention is that is now when the year ends and this seems to make this moment the most appropriate. When I do this review, I am torn between my tendency to think that I could have done more or better and the option of blaming destiny or luck of…Read More

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A good reason NOT to implement an internal Corporate Social Network

Posted by in Communication, Enterprise, Social networks

Yes, there is a solid and consistent reason for not implementing an internal Corporate Social Network (ICSN) and it is very simple: An ICSN won’t solve the communication problems in your organization. Period. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. If in your company communication flows poorly and badly, a ICSN is not going to fix it. If the communication is one-way and “those at the top” are not interested in what “those at the bottom” think, a ICSN is not going to convince them otherwise. If there is no transparency and the information reaches the people by rumors or external sources rather than…Read More

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