Enterprise IA Roadmap from Lou Rosenfeld. Lou Rosenfeld shares some thoughts from his current Enterprise Information Architecture seminars with his EIA Roadmap – a diagram showing the progression of IA within the enterprise. As well as laying out a course for pursuing IA within an organization, it acts as an interesting measure of capability and… Continue reading Enterprise IA Roadmap from Lou Rosenfeld
Fire your website. Erik Heels weighs in with some cogent observations about the value of using weblog software to manage your website (in his case, for his law firm, but the lessons apply equally well to other businesses). In particular, Erik provides a good review of several software systems (Radio Userland, Movable Type), discusses aggregators,… Continue reading Fire your website
InterAction question from the blogosphere. Former Mintz Levin CIO Ron Friedmann saw our press release announcing InterAction 5.1, and also noticed our announcement of InterAction Contact Verifier. Contact Verifier allows firms to manage the updating of contact data by letting contacts themselves visit a secure website and provide their updated contact information. Ron asked today… Continue reading InterAction question from the blogosphere
Configuring ColdFusion MX 6.1 with Windows 2003 by Dave Watts [Macromedia – Designer Developer Center]
Notes and Tips: Apple Security Updates. The Mac OS X 10.2.8 update mess highlights problems with Apple's delivery of security fixes and contrasts with other Unix vendors. [MacInTouch]
National Public Radio is not very public. They like to say “you own the station,” it's one of the big marketing pitches, but it's not true. There's very little to distinguish a public radio station from commercial one. The major difference is the business model. NPR stations sell subscriptions and commercial stations don't. But the… Continue reading National Public Radio is not very public
Macromedia Central – Public Beta. Finally, everyone else can get their hands on what a few of us have been very excited about for a while: Macromedia Central is now in public beta! Mike Chambers has more to say about this in his blog but I'd urge you to install it and take it for a… Continue reading Macromedia Central – Public Beta
Good Tips for Using a Public Computer. Great practical steps for protecting yourself while using a public computer. [DennisKennedy.blog]
Want PC Security? Diversify. A study blames Microsoft's 'monoculture' in the operating-system business for growing security risks. Critics say the real problem is ignorant or negligent computer users. By Joanna Glasner. [Wired News]
Most software managers know what good office space would be like, and they know they don't have it, and can't have it. Office space seems to be the one thing that nobody can get right and nobody can do anything about. There's a ten year lease, and whenever the company moves the last person anybody… Continue reading
Most software managers know what good office space would be like, and they know they don't have it, and can't have it. Office space seems to be the one thing that nobody can get right and nobody can do anything about. There's a ten year lease, and whenever the company moves the last person anybody asks about how to design the space is the manager of the software team, who finds out what his new veal-fattening pens, uh, cubicle farm is going to be like for the first time on the Monday after the move-in.
Well, it's my own damn company and I can do something about it, so I did.