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  • Blog Post: Designing Whole Systems

    Hi Dennis Groves here...... Recently I was questioned over a comment I made about a USB key being functionally equivalent to a Smart Card in a discussion about bit-locker . I of course not understand that they are technically not equivalent. Smart cards have their own operating systems and USB keys don...
  • Blog Post: Trip Report : Day Two of Gartner BPM Conference

    Hi Marius here again with highlights from day 2 of the Gartner BPM conference. Back of the Napkin You may have heard of the book called The Back of the Napkin : Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures. It’s one of the latest books creating a buzz in business community. Dan Roam, the author...
  • Blog Post: Trip Report : Day One of Gartner BPM Conference

    Marius Grigoriu here.... I am a Program manager with CISG and in keeping with good program management its straight down to business. Today was the first official day of the Gartner BPM Conference at Washington DC and I am posting daily trip reports. In the Connected Information Security Group we believe...
  • Blog Post: It’s All About the Persona(s)

    Birm here… Has this ever happened to you? It’s happened to me. You sit down to write an application that looks great and works even better. The UI you’ve designed is a model of esthetics and efficiency. You’ve demo’d it to the developer in the next cubicle and she’s...
  • Blog Post: Checklists and Mnemonics

    Dennis Groves here.... The most common list is the to-do list , and it is the one we are all most familiar with and so the real value of a checklist is often very misunderstood . Aviation and medicine make heavy use of them. Computer programs are basically a sequential list of operations to for the computer...
  • Blog Post: Doing What You Want, Not What You Have To!

    Birm here..... As I go about my daily routine, I talk a lot with people directly involved in software design and development. It’s become clear that based on their training and experience, each person has a different take on what constitutes “user experience.” And while they have an...
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