Out of all the different areas reviewed in this Wake Up second season, Cybersecurity is the one that is receiving more attention from the generalist media outlets.
2017 is ending and I’m back on the low sharing routine. And I am running our of excuses although the truth is that I have spending too much time trying to fix my quest for a free hosting with the basic quality to support the very limited traffic of this blog. I just implemented the migration to a new one. I believe it is the fifth one I try in the last months. Let’s see if it is good enough to let me focus in other stuff in the coming…read more
Large links harvest this month, both in number and in topics. More than the last ones. One of the largest, in fact. And I honestly have no clue on the reason. A good number of the links send us to texts worth a slow and deep reading. Some of these texts are worth an individual post with a deeper analysis, but I’m not sure to have the time to write them: These are the links: Your Company Doesn’t Need a Digital Strategy Technology doesn’t provide value to a business. It…read more
Looks like it is becoming difficult this commitment of sharing and posting on a weekly basis. Let’s try monthly to see if I can keep the frequency. With my new job in Frebruary it seems to be that the matters I have been reading and then sharing, have shifted outside the focus on insurance I had so far. I have not really abandoned it but it is obvious I am opening the range to new matters closer to mi mew area of profesional interest. Here they are: Why Augmented Reality…read more
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
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