May I have your views on the future of IT?

April 17, 2009
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If all goes well I’ll get a speaking part at the next DoDIIS Worldwide Conference at Orlando 17-21 May 2009.  I love this conference.  It is attended by great folks, many of whom are technologists with a love of a favorite mission area. The greatest defense integrators come to the conference.  And the technology companies that exhibit at the conference are also great, with many demonstrating cutting edge, disruptive technologies that make for a fun conference.  I submitted a proposal to deliver a presentation at a breakout session on megatrends in the IT world and some assessments on the future of IT. My thesis is that assessments on the future of technology can contribute to sound decisions today.   Since it is a DoDIIS conference I’ll try to keep that focused on the future of IT relevant to DoDIIS.  Since I’ve been keeping a briefing up on that topic for a while I think I should be able to pull together a relevant talk that should provide good food for thought. But here is the hard part.  This is the sort of briefing that is out of date the instant it is printed.  It is always in need of a tech refresh.  So, I have a favor to…

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If all goes well I’ll get a speaking part at the next DoDIIS Worldwide Conference at Orlando 17-21 May 2009.  I love this conference.  It is attended by great folks, many of whom are technologists with a love of a favorite mission area. The greatest defense integrators come to the conference.  And the technology companies that exhibit at the conference are also great, with many demonstrating cutting edge, disruptive technologies that make for a fun conference.  I submitted a proposal to deliver a presentation at a breakout session on megatrends in the IT world and some assessments on the future of IT. My thesis is that assessments on the future of technology can contribute to sound decisions today.   Since it is a DoDIIS conference I’ll try to keep that focused on the future of IT relevant to DoDIIS.  Since I’ve been keeping a briefing up on that topic for a while I think I should be able to pull together a relevant talk that should provide good food for thought. But here is the hard part.  This is the sort of briefing that is out of date the instant it is printed.  It is always in need of a tech refresh.  So, I have a favor to…

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