... for a variety of reasons that are pretty clear, companies and countries have been experiencing a very high number of radical changes - inflection points in their potential that will likely change outcomes for years going forward.
This week’s discussion was chosen and about half-written when WikiLeaks released a data dump showing that the CIA, and perhaps others, are doing exactly what, in this week’s issue, we describe under the above title.
Imagine that you belong to a very special club. Your members, and only your members, have AR glasses with software especially tuned to your club charter and its methods of communication – its way of seeing the "normal" world.
It’s impossible to imagine what would happen to global society if somehow the Internet were to become dysfunctional, or just “untrusted,” overnight. And yet, as Venafi CEO Jeff Hudson points out this week, this is not just possible; it’s also likely, unless we take steps now to improve Net security.
It seemed like the right time to write about the Internet of Things (IoT) again, using examples from CES to illustrate the creative, exciting ways in which things will talk to, and work with, other things, often with little or no human input.
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