UnLeash the Labs – Internet of Things

I've blogged previously that work item attachments are typically one of the largest contributors to Engineering Workflow Management (EWM) repository size. Orphaned attachments, those attachments that have been removed, not deleted, from a work item can represent a large portion of work items in the repository. One of the new features [...]
Fri, May 29, 2020, Continue reading at the source
The spread of the novel coronavirus since the beginning of the year 2020 has changed life throughout the world. While public life has been mostly shut down, both personal and work life are starting to take place more and more digitally . It has been few years since I blogged on [...]
Tue, May 26, 2020, Continue reading at the source
Like some dystopian drama set in the near future, the COVID-19 Zombie Apocalypse has had a huge effect on the world; finance, business, health, travel, social and more. Globally we hit the E-Stop button and nearly half the world's population has been on some form of lockdown or movement restriction, [...]
Thu, May 14, 2020, Continue reading at the source
With the reduction in travel due to the pandemic, I have had time to complete some blogs and articles I've wanted to finish. Additionally, I participated in some events that moved online. This post will highlight a few. What's new in IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management 7.0 enterprise deployments blog highlights [...]
Wed, May 13, 2020, Continue reading at the source
Photo by Chris Lawton on UnsplashThis has also been published at Medium.com. Note: This article was updated on April 29, to add links for a Leigh Williamson blog post that I found informative. In an earlier blog post, IBM Watson Fueled Chatbots — For Our Health, I talk about the costs and benefits of [...]
Tue, Apr 21, 2020, Continue reading at the source