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“Blockchain technology has the potential to do amazing things. It can provide an immutable, digital audit trail of transactions, and can be used to cheaply verify the integrity of data. It can help businesses and individuals agree, on a global scale, about the true state of affairs within a market without relying on a costly intermediary.”
It is also not all encompassing. Read more in this HBR article on its limitations.
Is your company made up of a CEO and 3-4 Executives who make key decisions?
From the excerpt below, this Harvard Business Review article tells you why you should not be doing this and much more.
“In general, therefore, we suggest that CEOs avoid delegating input on strategic decision making to groups of only four or five people. To be sure, smaller teams reduce coordination and communication costs and reach consensus faster. But larger teams have more information-processing capacity and a greater diversity of perspectives. We recommend enlisting 10 to 14 executives when it comes to debating the company’s long-term strategy. (More than 14 is inadvisable, because members of very large teams tend to disengage.)”
How to achieve fine-grained Privacy in Blockchain?
What if you never have to type a password or PIN again?
“As a peering solution for digital value, the blockchain offers a secure and open digital ledger system that can’t be tampered with or changed. The technology is based on absolute transparency and everyone on the ledger has access to all entries at every moment in the lifetime of every transaction.”
Click here to read more.
It’s very difficult to come up with and remember unique passwords for every single login. Cyber security expert Kevin Mitnick — author of the book “The Art of Invisibility” — explains why you shouldn’t even try to come up with your own passwords, and what you should do instead.
Click here to see the video: http://flip.it/n3sEOT
The Digital Transformation of Cities
There will be much less work in the future. Societies need to get ready, now.