The CTOvision guide to the megatrend of Mobility focuses on topics CTOs should know regarding the current and very near future of mobility. What Is Mobility? This is the greatest leap in humanity's ability to stay connected since the advent of spoken word. The only thing that would be better than this always on continuously connected super computer in our pocket would be ESP. … [Read more...] about CTO Guide To The Business of Mobility
OODA's Future Proof conference will be held on March 19, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner, Virginia. We want you to be there! Please mark your calendar now and register early. This event will be booked and sold out and we really hope that our our CTOvision readers to be there en mass so we can continue to improve our service to the community. Here is what we are up … [Read more...] about Future Proof Conference: Spend a day with your hacker, thinker, disruptor, techie friends
Join Matt Devost, CEO & Co-Founder of OODA LLC. and Tony Cole, CTO of Attivo Networks for an in-depth discussion on cyber deception and how it plays into the OODA loop, the cycle of observe–orient–decide–act. Attackers and defenders may not realize it however both operate within an OODA loop where in a world without deception attackers are able to close their OODA loop … [Read more...] about Deception for Speeding Up Your OODA Loop
This post is the next in our series focusing on building vs buying software for government uses. Also see our CTOvision Study on Build Vs Buy in Government and How Do Leaders In Government Decide GOTS or COTS? The issue of building or buying software for government uses is one of the oldest discussion topics in the federal IT ecosystem. Another interesting study that hits on … [Read more...] about Software Acquisition and Practices in Government: Build or Buy?
Thanks to the power of computing you can watch Commodore Grace Hopper delivering her landmark lecture at MIT Laboratory on 25 April 1985. The entire presentation is excellent and worth listening to. But my favorite line is right around 23 minutes in, when after describing the nature of technology innovation she says: "Probably the most dangerous phrase you could ever use in … [Read more...] about Travel Back To 1985 For A Guest Lecture By Commodore Grace Hopper on The Future of Computing