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  • OASIS Staff Blogs
    ve got my FIFA jersey on and the slate reads like a World Cup of Standards Read more Add new comment Can the IoT be secured By Laurent Liscia Posted on 2014 05 29 18 50 Tagged IoT standards Watering Hole What do Dan Blum of the Respect Network Jonathan Rodriguez of Tridium and Mark O Neill of Axway have in common Read more Add new comment Survey Shows Need for Standards in Mobile Payments Space By Laurent Liscia Posted on 2014 05 12 22 18 Tagged Mobile Payments Wallet Wars Security Identity Privacy Standards OASIS Open Open Mobile Media a clever media outfit based in the UK recently surveyed the tech industry on the future of mobile payments Read more Add new comment Tales of Dread from the Dreadlocked Visionary Why Free Apps are bad for Privacy By Laurent Liscia Posted on 2014 03 10 17 02 Tagged freemium Jaron Lanier Privacy standards It s hard not to love Jaron Lanier a man whose dreadlocks and facial hair could ve earned him a spot as Beorn on the second Hobbit installment a bon vivant and a brilliant thinker who helped pionee Read more 2 comments 1 2 3 4

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/ (2015-11-02)
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  • Another banner year at OASIS - and headwinds coming our way | OASIS Staff Blogs
    on SLAs or performance metrics another opportunity for standardization right The biggest shift for OASIS however is the rise of open source as a new kind of de facto standard Perception is everything and there s a growing perception that successful open source packages become standards plus plus because they keep adding requested features and aren t frozen in time at a certain version If you re a startup and you re growing at a breakneck pace that may be true If you re building a car or a plane and you have people s safety or data security riding on your implementation then using actual standards that are carefully devised and provide a stable description of interoperability is not just essential it s indispensable Our view is that even in the seething seas of Open Source islands of stability could be of great value to the weary captain If we re talking about a protocol that s immediately obvious you can t exactly change the way a transport mechanism behaves every two seconds This notion might apply to APIs as well wouldn t it be great if APIs evolved at a more consensual clip than their code brethren To that end OASIS wants to offer its membership a place where open source projects can choose to standardize at the same time as they develop code We think this is going to be a tremendous winner in 2015 and we look forward to hosting your project What I m about to say now shouldn t surprise you much like the kind of open source project I just discussed an SDO requires constant innovation and a core of stability We ve outsourced our IT to the Cloud to reduce the risk of system failure and we re already reaping the benefits Our web properties are faster than ever and there hasn t been any significant down time for months We ve introduced new event formats like our OASIS watering holes impromptu discussions of hot technology topics moderated by Jamie Clark I defy you not to find these entertaining here s an example featuring a discussion of the Internet Of Things https www youtube com watch v L GPmAXCke4 We ve launched Interoperate IoT an unbiased newsletter that covers IoT whether the news agrees with the OASIS view or not You can read it or subscribe right on our web site http interoperate iot oasis open org We ve advocated across the world to add value to the standards you create our submissions to ISO and IEC have gone without a hitch Europe is giving OASIS standards its stamp of approval even China is is getting more involved with our work On the stability side we ve also continued to deliver on our promise of operational excellence and give you maximum value for your dues Despite our considerable IT expenses we ve returned OASIS to a balanced budget and we have 6 to 7 months of operational cash on hand In other

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/2014/12/another-banner-year-at-oasis-and-headwinds-coming-our-way (2015-11-02)
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  • lliscia | OASIS Staff Blogs
    Liscia blogs about his observations insights and interactions in his role as executive director of OASIS Personal information Full Name Laurent Liscia LDAP attributes First Name Laurent Last Name Liscia Common Name Laurent Liscia Email laurent liscia oasis open org Navigation Latest images The individuals who post here work at OASIS Opinions expressed are their own and are not necessarily reviewed in advance by anyone other than the authors Copyright

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/users/lliscia (2015-11-02)
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  • OASIS members | OASIS Staff Blogs
    members OASIS Open standards strategy Dear OASIS Members Read more Add new comment Navigation Latest images The individuals who post here work at OASIS Opinions expressed are their own and are not necessarily reviewed in advance by anyone other than

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/oasis-members (2015-11-02)
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  • OASIS Open | OASIS Staff Blogs
    members OASIS Open standards strategy Dear OASIS Members Read more Add new comment Navigation Latest images The individuals who post here work at OASIS Opinions expressed are their own and are not necessarily reviewed in advance by anyone other than

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/oasis-open (2015-11-02)
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  • standards | OASIS Staff Blogs
    01 30 17 20 Tagged Facebook identity management NSA Privacy standards This is not another yawner about why standards matter Read more Add new comment The Fight for Privacy Has Begun By Laurent Liscia Posted on 2013 05 20 21 27 Tagged Big Social Privacy standards Here are three secrets of online privacy that require some soul searching Read more Add new comment China a rising standards superpower By Laurent

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/standards (2015-11-02)
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  • strategy | OASIS Staff Blogs
    OASIS Open standards strategy Dear OASIS Members Read more Add new comment Navigation Latest images The individuals who post here work at OASIS Opinions expressed are their own and are not necessarily reviewed in advance by anyone other than the

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/strategy (2015-11-02)
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  • OASIS Board of Directors Election: What A Slate! | OASIS Staff Blogs
    of the Identity in the Cloud TC PMRM and PbdSE Dawn Jutla a Halifax based Professor a thought leader on building privacy into software and the motive force behind the Privacy By Design for Software Engineers TC Frederick Hirsch who has been contributing deep strategic insights to the OASIS Board for years first as Secretary and recently as Vice Chair Jim Hughes who has been masterfully chairing the OASIS Board and leading the organization through a technology transition As you can see it s a deep bench so if you re an OASIS member cast your ballot and help us create the dream team You can t go wrong Candidate profiles https www oasis open org private elections 2014board Add new comment Navigation Latest images About this blog Laurent Liscia blogs about his observations insights and interactions in his role as executive director of OASIS Recent posts Another banner year at OASIS and headwinds coming our way OASIS Board of Directors Election What A Slate Can the IoT be secured Survey Shows Need for Standards in Mobile Payments Space Tales of Dread from the Dreadlocked Visionary Why Free Apps are bad for Privacy OK so I like to rant about

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/2014/06/oasis-board-of-directors-election-what-a-slate (2015-11-02)
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