I guest lectured tonight at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business – my other alma mater. The topic – naturally – was business process management, and for over two hours, I subjected these undergrads to the history of BPM: How the market of 1999 – 2003 emerged from the roots of application integration and [...]
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by David McCoy | November 12, 2008 | 2 Comments
by David McCoy | November 10, 2008 | 1 Comment
Syncretism is a term that is often used in discussions of how one religion adopts aspects of another. It’s not often used in a positive way, as in, “Wow fellow syncretist! Aren’t you glad we’ve adopted all these alien practices and created a mish-mashed perspective that makes everyone happy?” However excited I am about religious [...]
by David McCoy | October 16, 2008 | 1 Comment
Yesterday, at the GTISC summit on emerging security threats, the panelists reminded us of just how bad it is out there. Will my customers be vished? Will the botnets infect my network? Will some nation-state/criminal entity – ripe with script gurus – eat my lunch? These kinds of threats continue to grow in number, sophistication, [...]