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  • Europe Cloud e-Gov government SOA | OASIS Staff Blogs
    Agenda team plans to review and analyse the survey data and work it into their strategy for European cloud computing planned for release in early 2012 At OASIS we re often asked to provide opinions about government standards initiatives Our full reply to the survey submitted in August is attached below Our own conference on cloud computing in the UK this October will explore many of the same issues Read

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/europe-cloud-e-gov-government-soa (2015-11-02)
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  • Input on NSTIC Governance (US federal identity standards project) | OASIS Staff Blogs
    this kind advising the reader that they do not represent the views of any members but only observations from OASIS professional staff We replied to the NSTIC NOI in July as did many standards and certification organizations and made the following main points 1 A permanent structure for ecosystem self governance should be standards based self governing open in the sense of transparent and open in the sense of accessible 2 The basic technical plan of NIST s SGIP its smart grid standards program has worked well so far to address a similar set of issued in a different industry and may be a good model for NSTIC The basic plan of SGIP has been map existing standards devise a standards roadmap permitting some optionality identify gaps and commission SDOs to fill gaps 3 Any steering structure should be lightweight and facilitate community decision making but not necessarily hold veto power over substantive technical outputs which deserve a more broadly democratic process 4 Some government agencies unavoidably will wear multiple hats without posing unmanageable conflicts There s been some fuss about whether that puts government in an impossible position We doubt that s a problem The risk of overregulation can be mitigated by careful scoping and requirements drafting 5 Inclusive successful stakeholder representation requires attention to matters of economic access remote tool availability openness of participation and process and clear proper IPR rules and terms 6 Internationally interoperability with the relevant standards programs of global de jure SDOs also is an important goal The full response is attached below We look forward to additional opportunities for cooperation with other SDOs members and government stakeholders as the NSTIC project is defined Attachment Size oasis nstic noi response 20110722 pdf 143 21 KB Add new comment Farhaaad Saaami Submitted by Anonymous on

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/2011/07/test-post (2015-11-02)
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  • NSTIC identity NIST US federation | OASIS Staff Blogs
    opinions or advice on government standards initiatives In this case the US federal government is planning to launch a large scale multi year program called NSTIC the US National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace housed in NIST to facilitate and induce the development of common and interoperable digital identity systems Read more 3 comments 1 attachment Navigation Latest images The individuals who post here work at OASIS Opinions expressed

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/nstic-identity-nist-us-federation (2015-11-02)
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  • The end of Moore’s Law spells trouble for the world’s economy | OASIS Staff Blogs
    the pressure tech applies on prices Of course there is almost no good today that doesn t contain technology Oil Rolls Royces and Kona coffee are no exception but the bulk of their price is subject to other drivers for demand scarcity status perception of quality I would argue that Moore s Law is directly responsible for the nearly nonexistent inflation we ve had pre 2008 recession and indirectly for the fact that despite the astonishing abundance of debt floating in the financial sphere interest rates are at unprecedented lows As we witness some resurgence of stagflation the crippling combination of stagnation and inflation that haunted the 70s and as US politicians seem intent on making the federal government look like a credit risk a third threat emerges Moore s Law is approaching its end run at least in the 2 D plane We re simply running out of electrons to harness and will be getting down to single electron states If Moore s Law stops driving prices down I will leave you to ponder the cataclysmic consequences to the world economy Fortunately 3 D chip technology which would allow chips to stack several processing layers instead of just one currently is a few years away from taking center stage The race is on 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 privacy but that s because

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/2011/07/the-end-of-moore%E2%80%99s-law-spells-trouble-for-the-world%E2%80%99s-economy (2015-11-02)
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  • Moore's Law; OASIS | OASIS Staff Blogs
    Tagged Moore s Law OASIS You all know Moore s Law from Gordon Moore one of the founders of Intel The number of transistors on a chip doubles roughly every two years while the cost of manufacturing chips does not i 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

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/moores-law-oasis (2015-11-02)
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  • I've seen the future of work and it's at 901 Mission Street in SF | OASIS Staff Blogs
    SoMa HUB a super convivial shared office space where you rent desks conference rooms and get to have your meals with other interesting and generally healthy looking people There are HUB spaces popping up all over the world and for a smaller business in its incipient phase it s almost irresistible cheap more hip than Sufjan Stevens and conducive to great work in a rich good vibe atmosphere If OASIS expands out West we would seriously consider renting some space there 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 privacy but that s because OASIS has a great privacy story Facebook and Unintended Consequences Year end message to OASIS members Not your Uncle Bert s APIs or the case for standardizing APIs The Fight for Privacy Has

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/2011/06/ive-seen-the-future-of-work-and-its-at-901-mission-street-in-sf (2015-11-02)
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  • future of work | OASIS Staff Blogs
    on 2011 06 10 19 15 Tagged future of work oasis standards If you think the future of work is some ungodly combination of LinkedIn Google Calendar and Facebook you really need to get out more 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 authors

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/future-of-work (2015-11-02)
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  • Facebook, the OS of the Web? | OASIS Staff Blogs
    Markus Ament the hip CEO of Taulia The premise is that Facebook knows me much better than Google does If Google integrated its apps I would dispute that fact I use Google apps and search way more than I use Facebook or ever will That said I m noticing that it s not just teenagers and Arab revolutionaries on Facebook it s also virtually every OASIS member whether a company or an individual Is there a potential there especially in the younger generation to organize their work on Facebook Is Facebook the Google of tomorrow I hate predictions and won t make them But right now Google remains the OS of the Web and increasingly of mobile alongside MacOS I m searching more these days not less and start my browsing that way Microsoft remains the OS of our desktop and will be entrenched there anyone who uses GoogleDocs knows that Facebook will be the Web s sidewalk cafe think of all the cafes in 1789 France that were publishing revolutionary thoughts and I m not seeing a lot of productive work happening there But yes I do see a lot of conversations and possibly soft selling of things other than the current lip injection ads 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 privacy but that s because OASIS has a great privacy story Facebook and

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/2011/06/facebook-the-os-of-the-web (2015-11-02)
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