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Blockchain Unraveled – and Podcast on Business Transformation

by Avivah Litan  |  May 28, 2019  |  Submit a Comment

Blockchain is still a bit of a black box to most people I speak with. Understanding the technology is a prerequisite for making the right use of it.
       
For the time being, Permissioned (Enterprise) Blockchains mainly implement the DLT (distributed ledger technology) component rather than the full stack of blockchain technology that supports complete decentralization. Still DLT technology has its value in enterprise architectures, but supporting it today has several challenges and obstacles. 
       
My colleague Scott Smith recently produced a very interesting podcast on Business Transformation. He included a segment on Blockchain in the Enterprise that you can find at 19:18 minutes into the podcast. This segment explores the current value and challenges with Permissioned (Enterprise) Blockchain.  
        
Here’s the link and the summary of what’s inside the full podcast: 
        

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Avivah Litan
VP Distinguished Analyst
19 years at Gartner
34 years IT industry

Avivah Litan is a Vice President and Distinguished Analyst in Gartner Research. Ms. Litan's areas of expertise include endpoint security, security analytics for cybersecurity and fraud, user and entity behavioral analytics, and insider threat detection. Read Full Bio




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