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Why not Blockchain Data Synchronization?

by Andrew White  |  December 30, 2015

Blockchain is a technology that has made notable inroads in the press during 2015.  Bitcoin has been in the press quite a few times during the year, notching up all-time-high...

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The Future of Global Data Synchronization (GDSN) 2.0...maybe

by Andrew White  |  June 4, 2015

Some years ago global data sync was conceived.  This was a retail/consumer good initiative that has since gone through dramatic changes.  It was born during the dot.com era and suffered...

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Health IT Roadmap for Industry Interoperability - where is the data quality?

by Andrew White  |  February 3, 2015

I was perusing, as one does, the newly released "Connecting Health and Care for the Nation - A Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap", issued by the Office of the National Coordinator...

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“A Day in the Life of an Analyst” at Gartner’s IT/Expo Symposium – Day 2

by Andrew White  |  October 8, 2014

What a day.  Fast paced, exciting, non stop. 5.30am woke and called home to get everyone up.  Checked email. 7.10am breakfasted with Bill Swanton who, I didn't know until today,...

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An Inquiry to Remember

by Andrew White  |  March 5, 2014

They do happen.  Client (end-user) Inquiries which are just priceless.  I had a call to close out Tuesday's busy schedule.  It took me back to my roots.  The initial question...

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