Communications over the world wide doesnt depend on sytax or eloquence or rethoric or articulation but on the emotional context in which the message is being heard.
People can only hear you when they are moving toward you and they are not likely to when your wordss are pursuing them
Even the choices words lose their powe when they are used to overpower.
Attitudes are the real figures of speech '-Friedman

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Intel IT expert webinar to discuss the impact of enterprise mobility

Assessing Mobility: How Far Can IT Take It?

Intel IT expert webinar to discuss the impact of enterprise mobility

Employee mobility is really taking off. But what impact is it having on employee productivity? And what about its effects on IT? In this webinar replay, Intel IT’s Mark Densham and Steve Birkel discuss their firsthand experience in managing this hot mobility trend.

Topics include: 
  • Personal productivity – the impacts of bring your own device (BYOD) and new device technologies on the user experience.
  • A revolutionized workplace – Wireless voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), video, Intel® WiDi (Intel® Wireless Display), and the effects these communications technologies are having on employee and partner collaboration.
  • Simplified application development – The vision of a multi-platform, multi-operating system, multi-browser, and multi-input (mouse, pen, touch, voice, gesture, perceptual) app development environment.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Data Centers Optimization .Challenges:Virtualization

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There is an industry-wide trend to reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by improving data center operational efficiencies through server and storage consolidation. This results in better system utilization, application availability and, most importantly, cost savings in terms of both hardware and energy use.

For these reasons and others, virtualization technologies are being deployed to drive the efficiency and effectiveness of computing resources.
The movement toward virtualization is forcing enterprises to take a hard look at their data center architecture to ensure they have the automation, visibility and security controls in place to meet the needs of today’s demanding business applications. 
In addition to implementing new virtualization technologies, organizations are faced with needing to implement new IT organizational processes in order to extend their corporate IT systems to partners, and support new services and applications, such as cloud computing and smartphones. In this atmosphere, companies need to break down the traditional barriers that exist in the IT organization among the server, networking, storage and application teams as a first step to building the dynamic data center. 

IT organizations are facing a number of challenges as they build out their next generation data centers:
Decreasing budgets without loss of efficiency
Needing to dedicate 80% of IT budgets to key applications
Increased power and cooling costs
Maintaining application resiliency
Delivering the complete data center network requires unified management of the whole data center fabric, including network, servers, storage and applications. Unified management ensures the data center will have the high availability necessary for critical applications and business data, solving the major issues of today’s virtualized data center

One issue is the need for virtual machine (VM) mobility. IT administrators need to know how many VMs are on the network, when they were deployed 
and by whom. Discovering which resources were allocated to the VMs and what operating system images they are running becomes even more problematic. To make the provisioning and management of VMs efficient, inventory information must be integrated with network management. 

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Virtualization : Cloud Management : David Dennis

The technology developments of 2013 are leading to more competition among public cloud providers, better virtualization for private clouds and data centers. That means hybrid becomes mainstream and IT Ops has to make it work.

In this GroundWork webinar – part of our Just Make it Work Series – attendees will learn:
- The problems of hybrid environments that cloud vendors don’t talk about
- Monitoring methods that keep them up and high performing
- Industry developments – VMware challengers, cloud brokers, and more

Our speaker will be:
David Dennis, VP Product Management, GroundWork, Inc.

David Dennis joined the ranks of GroundWork in 2007 as Sr. Director of Marketing & Business Development and in 2010 became VP of Marketing and Business Development. David has 15 years of experience in the enterprise IT space, having held senior marketing and technical marketing positions at Mercury Interactive, HP, and Symantec, as well as startups Centrata and Levanta. David completed his undergraduate studies at Stanford and professional studies at UCLA Anderson School of Management.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Big Data:Intel Perspective

Intel’s CIO Kim Stevenson discusses Big Data’s impact on IT departments, how Intel IT is looking to leverage predictive analytics to deal with the volume of data out there, and how this is already creating new opportunities for the organization.

Big Data: Business Analytics and Business Intelligence

In the past, IT worked primarily with finance to run reports, which were often used to justify decisions leaders had already made. That is changing with big data. Managers are analyzing enormous data sets to discover new patterns and running controlled experiments to test hypothesis. Decision making that was once based on hunches and intuition is now driven by data and knowledge."Erik Brynjolfsson
Based on research in MIT’s Media Lab and the MIT Center for Digital Business, Professors Erik Brynjolfsson and Sandy Pentland will explore how big data changes the way IT interacts with the rest of the organization, cutting across business units and functions to create new value, and how it can have a huge impact on business results. They draw on the world-leading research that has made the big data revolution possible.

BA refers to technologies, applications, skills and practices for the investigation of past business performance to improve insight into this past performance. BA is much more than merely providing simple data to a business. By using BA tools, meaning can be found in data which results in a business improving its business intelligence. Some examples of Business Analytics include statistical analysis, decision processes, web analytics etc
An important distinction needs to be made between BA and Business Intelligence (BI). BA mostly focuses on creating novel insights and the understanding of business performance based on statistical methods, data, quantitative analysis, explanatory and predictive modeling and fact-based management to drive decision making. Business Intelligence also uses data and statistical methods, yet it rather focuses on using a set of metrics to measure both past performance and guide business planning.

 Also it looks at querying, reportingOLAP and alerts. Examples of questions asked by Business Analytics are “why is this happening”, “what if these trends continue”, “what will happen next” and “what is the optimal outcome”. Examples of questions asked by BI are “what happened”, “how many times did it happen”, “where the problem is” and “what are the solutions to the problem”.
 Business Analytics that informs business decisions can be used to optimise business processes. Also, data-driven companies use their data as a strategic asset by enhancing competitiveness.
A recent paper by IBM shows the three ways in which the most successful companies are operating when they deploy business analytics. The high performing businesses are firstlychallenging in that they create an environment which is receptive to innovation by disrupting the status quo, and they are more ambitious in applying new insights. Secondly, they’re good atanticipating and predicting outcomes and trade-offs proactively. Thirdly, they’re empowering by allowing employees to use information with confidence which helps them act on their insights to improve the business.
 Use big data analytics to generate new business insight and competitive advantage. • Work with business decision makers to identify use cases for big data solutions. • Manage the three Vs of big data—volume, variety, and velocity. • Adapt their data architecture and infrastructure to meet the demands of big data. 

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Technology development trends to 2020

Technology  Future on Future Technology In 2020 Only Techies Will Care About The Technology
We live in an era of increasing use of diverse technologies in all aspects of life, from ingestible radio transmitters and fluorescent quantum dots for medical diagnosis and  treatment, to multifunctional cell phones that take digital photographs and receive and transmit electronic mail.

The top twenty business trends in 2020 might be

1) Robots taking our jobs

Probably the biggest change that is affecting our businesses is how machines are taking over tasks ranging from window cleaning to inventory management. Anyone with a transaction based job or business will be having a forced career change before the end of the decade.

2) The Internet of machines

Those robots and computers are talking to each other which speeds up business decisions and will strip layers of management from organisations.

3) Flatter organisations

A consequence of those faster decisions is the need for less management. Organisations need to be flatter in order to process information faster unless they want to risk nimble competitors seizing business opportunities.

4) 3D printing

One of the most exciting, and business changing, technologies is 3D printing which allows you to print a coffee cup at your desk, help robots construct new buildings and a give a little boy a set of fingers.

5) Nano-technology

The 3D printing is happening alongside biological engineering. By the end of the decade, we’ll be able to print our own skin. By 2030, we’ll be printing replacement body parts like heart valves.

6) Mobile apps redefining service industries

The mobile phone app is currently booming but the real effects of these mobile services will be felt on industries as diverse as the taxi industry to the mining and agricultural sectors.

7) The fight for control of the mobile payments system

An upshot of the app economy is the question of who processes, and makes money, from online payments. The battle between banks, credit card companies, telcos and software companies is going to be a major business story of the decade.

8) Reinventing entertainment

Apps and connected machines are going to change consumer behaviour and nowhere is this more notable in the entertainment industries which are being revolutionised by tools like Google Glasses and social media.

9) The fall and rise of social media

Like many innovations social media was greatly hyped and now we’re seeing the backlash of it being oversold. Over the rest of the decade organisations are going to figure out how to use social media services effectively and profitably without hype.

10) Newspapers cease to exist

One of the effects of social media, mobile phone apps and the pervasive internet is the end of newspapers by 2020 as futurist Ross Dawson has predicted.

The world is undergoing a global technology revolution that is integrating developments in biotechnology , nanotechnology , materials and information technology at an accelerating pace. Based on several parallel analyses of the state of globally important technology trends and how are being constructed into specific  applications we conclude that technology of 2020 will continue to integrate developments from multiple scientific disciplines in a convergence that will profound effects on society , this include:
  • ·         Personalized medicine and therapies
  • ·         Genetic  modifications of insect to control pests and disease vectors
  • ·         Computational (or in silico ) drug discovery and testing
  • ·         Targete drug delivery  through molecular recognition
  • ·         Biomimetic and function –restoring implants
  • ·         Rapid bioassays using bionanotechnologies
  • ·         Embedded sensors and computational devices in commercial goods
  • ·         Nanostructured materials with enhanced properties
  • ·         Small and efficient portable power systems
  • ·         Mass producible organic electronics , including solar cells
  • ·         Smart fabric and textiles
  • ·         Pervarsive undetectable cameas and sophisticated sensor networks
  • ·         Large searchable databases containing detaile personal and medial data
  • ·         Radio frequency identification (RFID)tracking of commercial products and individuals
  • ·         Widespred bundled information and communication technologies , including wireless Internet connectivity
  • ·         Quantum based cryptographic systems for secure information transfer 

To evaluate the potential impact of TAs on society , a rough net assessment index composed of the sum of the number of societal sectors  that could affect an measures of technical feasibility ,, implementation , an global diffusion,
Based on net assessment index , formed  representative group that allowed evaluation of worldwide variation in technology implementation an its relevanc e to significant societal problems and issues :
  • Cheap solar energy
  • Rural wireless communications
  • Communication devics for ubiquitous information access anywhere , anytime
  • Geneticlly modifies (GM) crops
  • Rapid Bioassays
  • Filter and ctalysts for water purification and decontamination
  • Targeted drug delivery
  • Cheap autonomous housing
  • Green manufacturing
  • Hybrid vehicles
  • Pervasive sensors
  • Tssue engineering
  • Improved diagnostic an surgical methds
  • Wearable computers
  • Quantum crptography

Implementation feasibility is the net of all nontechnical barriers an enables , such as market demand, cost , infrastrastructure policies and regulationliic, Size of the market ,significant public policy issues. In parentheses re the number of sectors that the technology can influence and the designation indicates of whether the application will be diffused globally in 2020 or will be moderate in its diffusion (restricted by market , business sector , country or region).

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Because: Law is Justice by Mr. Bastiat

Justice_legal : Brass Scales of Justice on a desk showing Depth-of-field books behind in the backgroundThe law is the organization of the natural right of lawful defense. It is the substitution of a common force for individual forces. And this common force is to do only what the individual forces have a natural and lawful right to do: to protect persons, liberties, and properties; to maintain the right of each, and to cause justice to reign over us all.

A science of economics must be developed before a science of politics can be logically formulated. Essentially, economics is the science of determining whether the interests of human beings are harmonious or antagonistic. This must be known before a science of politics can be formulated to determine the proper functions of government.
Immediately following the development of a science of economics, and at the very beginning of the formulation of a science of politics, this all-important question must be answered: What is law? What ought it to be? What is its scope; its limits? Logically, at what point do the just powers of the legislator stop?
I do not hesitate to answer: Law is the common force organized to act as an obstacle of injustice. In short, law is justice.

It is not true that the legislator has absolute power over our persons and property. The existence of persons and property preceded the existence of the legislator, and his function is only to guarantee their safety.
It is not true that the function of law is to regulate our consciences, our ideas, our wills, our education, our opinions, our work, our trade, our talents, or our pleasures. The function of law is to protect the free exercise of these rights, and to prevent any person from interfering with the free exercise of these same rights by any other person.
Since law necessarily requires the support of force, its lawful domain is only in the areas where the use of force is necessary. This is justice.

The mission of the law is not to oppress persons and plunder them of their property, even though the law may be acting in a philanthropic spirit. Its mission is to protect persons and property.

The law is justice — simple and clear, precise and bounded. Every eye can see it, and every mind can grasp it; for justice is measurable, immutable, and unchangeable. Justice is neither more than this nor less than this. If you exceed this proper limit — if you attempt to make the law religious, fraternal, equalizing, philanthropic, industrial, literary, or artistic — you will then be lost in an uncharted territory, in vagueness and uncertainty, in a forced utopia or, even worse, in a multitude of utopias, each striving to seize the law and impose it upon you. This is true because fraternity and philanthropy, unlike justice, do not have precise limits. Once started, where will you stop? And where will the law stop itself?

Claude Frédéric Bastiat (French: [klod fʁedeʁik bastja]; 30 June 1801[– 24 December 1850) was a French classical liberal theorist,political economist, and member of the French assembly. He was notable for developing the important economic concept of opportunity cost, and for penning the influential Parable of the Broken Window. His ideas have gone on to provide a foundational basis forLibertarian and the Austrian schools of thought

Saturday, March 9, 2013

Bon Jovi — Home

Bon Jovi — Home

It was amazing to be able watch the concert in Cleveland in Live for all the world ! Bon Jovi is presenting his new Album with such great songs that it seems that they have worked out very deep in meaning of lyrics and a wonderful rythms . Everything seems a masterpiece , it shows excellence when inspirated lyrics according with free and high productions of all the instruments , drums ,acordeon , piano or keyboards , each one  has main part of the great job  the duels of guitarras , the bluessy style that Richie Sambora is exploding at maximun. They dynamic and harmony of the group spread this to the audience even the ones who  were watching on line, we could live , feel in live every gesture from John Bon Jovi with his timing , his smile, strenghs , energy , like a forever young but  I should say they take the responsability on their shoulder to keep alive and more than this to put in the highest standards of music performance  along 30 years of history and all the old songs never become old, I can say they seem more powerful with all this impact of evolution with artistic , technology but very well applied , not only to impress with lightings , there is nature talent that keeps the track on what they know and want , this show it is too important in these times that could have this kind of profile, the interest and feeling involved with the social issues , with the real life , it is more remarkable  to keep the soul, spirit and giving a message out of drama , giving hopes, emphasizing with real powerful positive words to reafirim , Yes We can , Yes it is all right , spreading strenghs and vibes so natural , no acting here all is integrated in a great message for everyone  keepping the esencials , what it s worthly respecting all beliefs and always Love , moving and touching hearts and souls flying to other place full of joy and real fun .
I have seen impressed the non stop of the concert , they didnt want to end , when he said i take you all to Columbus tomorrow , and  he and the band giving all like the unique concert , I have no words more than say Thank you so much for letting us to sharing this , and You are more outstanding than ever , there are no critics , only that you all give us an example  that always improving, evolving , creating ,facing the fears and troubles but  keeping the indentity and what You  have been made and built , in every place you go,  you are  loved , admired , respected, waited   for generations .Wish #Success  All the best ,   Keep the faith . ! Always ! These days and everydays ! Love  & Amen !

Friday, February 1, 2013

La vuelta de Fabricio Oberto un jugador que consiguio todas las estrellas

Cuánto hemos esperado soñado este momento solo como una ilusión .
Cuánta gente lo apoyó en su silencio y sus decisiones porque Fabricio Oberto significa mucho más que un jugador de elite de Basquetbol ex NBA , medalla oro olímpica y todo lo que se conoce deportivamente de él .

Pero lo que más logró y ya forma parte de su patrimonio personal es el cariño incondicional de toda su gente y la gente .

Con él no se puede ver sólo el color de la camiseta que bien vale y merecida es la de Atenas , Fabri tiene una camiseta universal porque toda la gente de su pais europa y especialmente estados unidos los fans de los Spurs y latinoamerica , Fabri se ganó el corazón el respeto de todos de los que pertenecen al mundo del basquet como el que no .

Atraviesa todas las fronteras , diferencias y preferencias su carisma como ser humano ,su coherencia en mente y corazon dejando de lado cualquier actitud altruista, ego y las trampas de la fama que mucha gente cae. El no ,no se la creyó nunca , mantuvo su mensaje , siendo humilde, leal , reconociendo a sus amigos por siempre ,apoyándolos aún cuando el no podía.

Su lealtad en sus valores destacando lo realmente importante en la vida por encima de todo pero con un espiritu de búsqueda en todas las areas el querer superarse siempre y siempre demostrando respeto a todo nivel.

Fabricio demuestra en esta vuelta que aunque el tiempo pase la emoción y pasión por el deporte esta vigente que siempre ese niño llamado deporte sano ,real , verdadero desinteresado es un sentimiento que hoy muchos podran entender o sentir, otros no , pero esta lejos de cualquier especulación que reside en : puramente amar el basquet y compartirlo con los que estuvieron, están y estarán algún día en la situación de disfrutar jugar y hacer jugar mas allá de todo inconveniente y siempre sumar más areas de interés que completan esa pasión e inspiración la lectura, la musica , cine , todo lo que llamamos cultura desde la mas simple expresion. TODO SUMA .

Hoy es un día especial que hemos compartido mucha gente porque el amor que Fabri entrega en sus acciones, como es querido no es cosa de fanáticos sino de gente que admira los valores que el pudo sembrar y hoy cosechar es un mensaje nunca bajar los brazos pero manteniendo el valor de la BONDAD eso es lo que Fabri representa y que el quizás ,el ojalá a veces se convierten en presentes realidades .

Gracias Fabri por todo como decís en tu cancion preferida do Evolution ,,vos lo demostraste y es el mejor mensaje para todos .

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Thursday, January 10, 2013

CES 2013 (playlist) Texas Instruments

CES : Four decades of futures technologies by Telegraph

The first Consumer Electronics Show was held in 1967 in New York City, attendance at the event was just 17,500 and over 100 companies came to show off their latest products. Sony, Sharp, Motorola and Toshiba were all in attendance and have come to every CES since.

At the 1969 CES TV and Radios were the biggest deal at CES, the cost of transistor radios dropped as manufacturing yields on transistors improved. An American radio that cost £270 in 1954 had dropped to £70 by 1969, opening the technology up to the masses.

In 1969 the home record player was popular and becoming commonplace in households; the format of Vinyl was eventually overtaken by the Compact Disc (introduced at CES 1981) but would live on as a niche format until the present day.

By 1971 CES had grown to more than 275 companies exhibiting on the show's floor. Sony had introduced the videocassette recorder (VCR) at CES 1970 and were about to put their first U-matic VCR on sale, while the product would initially struggle in the consumer marketplace the format would eventually dominate home recording.

The attendance to CES had reached 40,000 people by 1972, double the initial 1967 show, and now 300 companies came along for the event.

In 1975 CES continued to grow and had now become a biannual event now in Chicago. It had become the place for technology companies to announce new products and devices. This was the year of the Pong home console by Atari, a game that would define gaming for decades to come.

By the end of 1977 the CEA had decided that the following year they would move the Winter CES (known as WCES) to Las Vegas and continue to host the Summer CES in Chicago. The Summer CES in Chicago would continue for 17 years, but gradually lose interest in favor to Las Vegas' Winter event.

1985 saw the introduction of Tetris, a game that would go on to sell 35 million copies on the GameBoy alone, not counting other versions and copies on pretty much every games console since then.

The 1990's saw the decline of the biannual format of CES. The organisers attempted to keep the Summer show popular by moving it to different cities, but by 1998 companies were reluctant to sign up to the event. CES abandoned the format in favour of a yearly show in Vegas, a format which would carry CES to the present day.

1993 introduced the world to Sony's MiniDisc, a format that would struggle to find an audience in the marketplace while CDs and later MP3 Players took the portable music market away from Sony's control. The previous year's show in 1992 was the last which Apple would attend, at CES under the leadership of John Scully they announced the Newton tablet, a device that in many ways was a spiritual successor to the iPhone and iPad.

CES 2003 saw Sony's introduction of the Blu-ray format, the home movie format fought off competition from rival HD DVD to become replace the DVD (also introduced at CES, 1996). Notably Microsoft's co-founder and chairman Bill Gates made the keynote speech at the show, starting a trend for Microsoft that would continue until 2012.

While critics of the show highlight that more product announcements are now being made outside of its week every January, CES 2013 is undoubtedly the biggest and most popular ever. With over 150,000 attendees and 3,000 companies exhibiting their products, CES looks set to remain in size, if not in importance, for many years to come.


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