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VR and the potential for growth in 3D Spherical Videography : As part of Threat Response / Risk Training capabilities.

Currently, the term “ VR “  is used as a catch-all abbreviation  for all manner of things to be experienced with 3D goggles on; recent advances in 3D user wear technology driven by the likes of the Oculus Rift, Sony … Continue reading

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IT value management expert Andy Jagger joins RWCS

We are delighted to announce that IT value management expert Andy Jagger has joined the RWCS team as a Primary Consultant. Andy brings hands-on experience of planning and executing value-driven IT transformation projects along with the technical understanding to translate … Continue reading

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How to DE:CRAP your Data Sprawl

“Data expands to fill the space available for storage” is a popular (in the Systems Management community at least) corollary of Parkinson’s Law [1]. But data-sprawl is no joking matter to the frustrated IT executive, handling the latest demand for more … Continue reading

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Some really good news : hard work is paying off : Dominic Young appointed as CEO of the Copyright Hub

OVER THE   LAST 9 MONTHS I HAVE BEEN BUSY AT WORK AS A WORKING  MEMBER OF TWO CLSG WORK GROUPS ON THE COPYRIGHT  HUB on two core groups 1: Images and Metadata  : Code of Practice    http://www.clsg.info/Images_and_Metadata.html Following … Continue reading

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SO …. What’s the Story – Digital Transmedia and The New Roads …..

This last week and over the weekend has been the post event “slog” of sorting out one day’s footage and photographic stock from one of the South East UK Classic Motorsport Events : The revived Crystal Palace Sprint on May … Continue reading

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Today – the need for digital identity

In my last blog, I discussed how the adoption of manufacturing standards, which did not occur overnight, was driven by the realisation that component logistics were becoming so unmanageable, that the manufacturers were in danger of failing. Today, the need … Continue reading

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Digital Chaos – when will it be avoided

Part One : Why does the digital community stay chaotic   : It’s still the Digital Wild West : The real ID problem isthe lack of an internet scale, user-focused, cross-domain identity infrastructure, for people and content. The absence of a generalized/federated … Continue reading

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ID’d for Asset Management & EIDR

Eidr : is this now a step forward I recently gave a presentation at the BBC for their Information Architects group on ID and metadata practice : case examples with reference to EIDR : Fran Alexander BBC Taxonomy Manager kindly … Continue reading

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Single Sourcing

Single Sourcing gives you the power to use existing “chunks” of content when developing new documents. These can be used many times to generate paper manuals, Web pages, online Help and e-learning materials. Single Sourcing can significantly improve the way … Continue reading

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The Smithsonian Commons will ………….

Ponder this if you will, with this claim,  ” The Smithsonian Commons will do more than enable new discoveries. It will make possible whole new fields of discovery.” http://www.si.edu/commons/prototype/index.html Bold statements but with the demise of  BECTA there is real … Continue reading

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