Five Essential Steps For Strategic (adaptive) Enterprise Computing

Given the spin surrounding big data, duopoly deflection campaigns from incumbents, and a culture of entitlement across the enterprise software ecosystem, the following 5 briefs are offered to provide clarity for improving strategic computing outcomes. Read More

Legacy of the Tōhoku earthquake: Moral imperative to prevent a future Fukushima crisis

An article in the New York Times reminds us once again that without a carefully crafted and highly disciplined governance architecture in place, perceived misalignment of personal interests between individuals and organizations across cultural ecosystems can lead to catastrophic decisions………While not unexpected by those who study crises, rather yet another case where brave individuals raised red flags only to be shouted down by the crowd, the article does provide instructive granularity that should guide senior executives, directors, and policy makers in planning organizational models and enterprise systems. (click to continue to article) Read More

Press release on our enterprise pilot program

We decided to expand our reach on our enterprise pilot program through the electronic PR system so I issued the following BusinessWire release today:

Kyield Announces Pilot Program for Advanced Analytics and Big Data with New Revolutionary BI Platform Read More

New paper: Optimizing Knowledge Yield in the Digital Workplace

I am please to share a new paper that may be of interest:

–Optimizing Knowledge Yield in the Digital Workplace–
A new system design for thriving in the data-intensive universe–

From the abstract:–

The purpose of this paper is threefold. First, it briefly describes how the digital
workplace evolved in an incremental manner. Second, it discusses related structural
technical and economic challenges for individuals and organizations in the digital
workplace. Lastly, it summarizes how Kyield’s novel approach can serve to provide
exponential performance improvement.–
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Interview with Jenny Zaino at

Just wanted to share this interview and article with Jenny Zaino over at on my recent patent and related IP. A detailed paper on this topic is nearing completion and will post a brief and description in the next Read More

Too Big to Fail or Too Primitive to Succeed?

Given the systemic nature and scale of the financial crisis, and in consideration of the poor ongoing economic conditions, it’s clear that the industry, political process, and regulators have all fallen short of achieving the individual mission of each, particularly in consideration of current technological capabilities.

For the past several months financial institutions have been trying to convince regulators that they should not be labeled a Systemically Important Financial Institution (SIFI). The process of implementing the 2010 Dodd-Frank law in the U.S. has resulted in spin offs in an attempt to avoid increased U.S. regulation, while the new global rules for multi-national banks on top of Basel III, including surcharges and increased capital ratios, is resulting in a comprehensive rethink of the fundamental assumptions surrounding the global banking model. Read More

Preparing for the big data storm in mHealth

For some time now I have been thinking about structures, classifications, compression, security, scaling, and synthesis for the anticipated big data storm that will be created by mobile health. Even with a healthy dose of de-hyped skepticism, the mobile health data storm promises record high sustained winds, with much higher gusts. An extension of the Internet and Web, which is often compared to a global hydro network or an electric grid, mobility also contains dynamics more comparable to solar winds, complete we hope with personalized recipes that will positively impact human behavior, diagnostics, and therapies….. Read More