By Michael Krigsman on June 1, 2015
In almost every industry, aggregating data on a large scale and running predictive analytics have the power to improve our lives. With healthcare, this power is magnified because conclusions drawn from analytics can directly affect patient health and well-being. Unfortunately, discussions of so-called big data applications often are filled will vendor hype and sales hyperbole. […]
By Thomas Otter on July 26, 2012
Last weekend I managed to combine a work trip and bike ride. I did the Double Triple Bypass. Day one started near Denver and finished near Vail, day two the reverse. 240 miles 20,000 feet of climbing in two days. (400 kms 6000 vm.) I combined the ride with some charity fundraising, so a big thanks […]
By Thomas Otter on July 2, 2012
I’ve got a little ride plannedin the Rockies on the 14th and 15th of July with my mate John. For the cycling types, the ride is roughly 120 miles a day, with over 10,000 feet of climbing per day. I figured it would be good idea to combine it with a dose of fundraising, but I’d not […]
By James Governor on December 10, 2009
Don Bowen, The Wizard of Identity Management, was a wonderful man and a true friend of RedMonk. I am still finding it hard to believe that he won’t pop up on skype for a chat any more.
As you probably know, I am not a religious man but I have to say thanks to God for […]
By James Governor on November 18, 2009
People keep asking me – what’s with the moustache? What’s with the caterpillar on your top lip? What’s with the bum fluff? Insert bad ‘tache gag here.
The answer, my friends, is pretty simple. I have joined the Movember movement, in support of prostate cancer awareness. How I plan to raise awareness when you could hardly […]