Morning Coffee: Sept. 21, 2006

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

Morning Coffee: Sept. 21, 2006

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Morning Coffee: Sept. 21, 2006

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IT should be invisible, argued storage analyst Steve Duplessie of Enterprise Strategy Group (Milford, Mass.) in remarks on Wednesday at the Storage World conference in Boston

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Is invisibility really the right goal, considering the problems that arise when IT and IT users slip across the line from hands off to brains off? Phi

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Once users get over the novelty of technology, they seem to get used to the idea that behind the scenes may lie new assumptions about the reasonable expectation of personal privacy.

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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is another battleground between the convenience of abstraction and the hazards of too much invisibility. State laws governing RFID security

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