- Collaboration players accustomed to putting people above data can learn a thing or two from infrastructure vendors steeped in the rigors of data integration, event processing, and systems automation.
- TIBCO’s new geolocation service, tibbr GEO, successfully turns a physical location into a contextual data hub where information is socialized alongside people.
I spent most of my early years skiing in the Rocky Mountains, a fact which has apparently skewed the way I perceive the world. This worldview, as my wife has pointed out many times, makes me drive too fast and complain about a distinct shortage of mountains in the Northeast. It is the same for technology companies. Early experiences inform future actions. A vendor steeped in messaging, for example, views the collaboration business as a people-driven equation. So, what happens when a vendor accustomed to viewing all business problems as being data-driven approaches collaboration? Continue reading “Socializing Data, Not Just People”
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