Tag Archives: computers

Downtime

Most of us that work with technology hate downtime. We don’t want a system that we’re using to go down. We don’t want any software that we depend on to fail when we need it. Most of all, we don’t … Continue reading

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Interfaces

This editorial was originally published on April 23, 2009. It is being re-run as Steve is on vacation. Data quality is an issue in many of our systems that rely on humans for data entry. Even if you only import … Continue reading

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Sensors and Data

The programmable world. It’s an interesting concept, but not one in which we have extremely detailed specifications and strongly bound software systems that must be built to interact with each other. I think many of us have assumed that’s how … Continue reading

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The Human Touch

How often does human error cause issues? Recently we had a rocket crash in Russia,there have been numerous incidents of drone crashes as more and more unmanned aircraft take to the skies, and a few years ago we had an Air France disaster that might … Continue reading

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