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Larry DeBoever this mornings keynote at GoldenGate's Real-Time user group made an interesting statement about real-time technology. "We are just exiting the stone age of real-time systems". Larry is the CEO and Chief Research Officer at Infonomics Research Inc. During the presentation he discussed his 8 Rules for making this happen. see image below:


Larry made some other interesting points about the speed of business and innovations effect on the need for real-time technology. My favorite was www.amazon.co.jp who rolled out a program that leverages cell phone cameras in Japan so shoppers can snap a picture of a barcode on consumer items and have Amazon give them the price on available at the website. Nokia has gone so far as to build RFID scanners into the phone for a similar purpose.

Bottom line, real-time technology is here to stay and business demands are driving it forward faster and faster.

Posted June 13, 2006 5:15 PM
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