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What is Wirearchy ?

What is Wirearchy ? | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
We all know and understand hierarchy - the enduring principle of the institutions that govern us and in which we work and live.
Jon Husband presents us a new emerging organizational principle, called Wirearchy.

The Internet is connecting customers, employees and communities and empowering them with information in ways never before possible. Taking decisions and managing organized activities are being impacted in powerful ways by interconnected networks of people and technology.

The impacts we're experiencing are creating new dynamics in organizations as well as emergent forms of organized activities that are based on participation and peer-to-peer interaction. As people get used to operating in these new conditions, often (but not always) the results are nimble, responsive, and results-focused networked groups and teams.

The new interconnected environment demands new principles for organizing collaborative activity. Traditional hierarchy does not lead and support networked activity as well as newer forms and principles.

And ... over the last ten years, it has become quite clear that the impacts of these living social networks will only grow, both in depth and reach.

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Opération " #Mousetrap " : les #Cybergendarmes s'attaquent aux "petits" criminels du Net via @SteyerP

Opération " #Mousetrap " : les #Cybergendarmes s'attaquent aux "petits" criminels du Net via @SteyerP | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
Europol a annoncé vendredi matin avoir mené une action coordonnée sur le continent européen. Les suspects sont essentiellement des "débutants".

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Europol a annoncé vendredi matin avoir mené une action coordonnée sur le continent européen. Les suspects sont essentiellement des "débutants".


"Quelques dizaines d'euros" pour un kit

Les suspects utilisaient des codes malicieux prêts à l'emploi "pour commettre différents types de délits, dont le vol de données personnelles, des attaques en déni de service et des extorsions", précise le colonel Freyssinet. "Souvent, ces kits (de piratage, NDLR) sont achetés pour quelques dizaines d'euros" sur Internet, explique-t-il. "L'usage de ces RAT (Remote Administration Tools, outils de prise de contrôle à distance, NDLR) va de l'immixtion dans la vie privée en allumant la webcam ou en fouillant les documents personnels, par exemple, à du détournement de données bancaires en s'attaquant au compte PayPal ou au numéro de carte bancaire", ajoute Éric Freyssinet. 

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Pilotée par la France et la Roumanie, l'action des dernières semaines a été coordonnée par le Centre européen de lutte contre la cybercriminalité d'Europol (EC3), de plus en plus actif. Cinq autres pays du continent européen ont été impliqués : la Lettonie, l'Estonie, le Royaume-Uni, la Norvège (qui n'est pas membre de l'UE mais dispose d'un accord de coopération avec Europol) et l'Italie. 

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Let's get digital: New strategies for a new age | Museums Association

Let's get digital: New strategies for a new age | Museums Association | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
Hear from some @digitalrnd projects @NottmCastle & @bristolmuseum at the Museums Association in Jan 2015 http://t.co/sp7o7CNzoF
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The importance of storytelling in the digital age

The importance of storytelling in the digital age | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
Where does storytelling fit in to this new world of technology and how can we support artists to explore these new opportunities?
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Digital Migration: What it takes, the benefits

There has been a lot of talk about digital migration over the last few months and the facts are not always clear in the cacophony of voices. Local broadcasters maintain that they are not opposed...
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Boston's Chief Digital Officer, Lauren Lockwood: A Data Fanatic, Puzzle Solver ... - BostInno

Boston's Chief Digital Officer, Lauren Lockwood: A Data Fanatic, Puzzle Solver ... - BostInno | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
One of Mayor Marty Walsh's overriding goals is to transform Boston, and not just downtown, into an example-setting center of technology and innovation. He doesn't want to just create a nurturing...
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Should Institutions Have A Right To Secrets In A Free And Open Society? - Mintpress News (registration) (blog)

Should Institutions Have A Right To Secrets In A Free And Open Society? - Mintpress News (registration) (blog) | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
It is impossible to say what transpires in secret institutional meetings. Perhaps secret meetings are concerned with the orchestration of world peace, cures for disease and the eradication of poverty.
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World’s oldest Quran discovered and may be linked to Imam Ali

World’s oldest Quran discovered and may be linked to Imam Ali | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
Researchers from the Project Coranica in Germany have discovered a copy of the Quran that may be the oldest in the world, dating to within 20-40 years of the

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This article depicts how researchers from the Project Coranica at the University Library in Tubingen, Germany have discovered a copy of the Quran that may be the oldest in the world, dating to within 20-40 years of the death of Islam's Prophet Muhammad. The copy of the Quran, dubbed Ma VI 165 by scientists, appears in the famous "Kufic script", popularized by Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib who moved the center of the Islamic government to Kufa in the after being elected as "Caliph" in 656 AD. The timeline for when the manuscript was created, coupled with the fact that Imam Ali was one of the few early Muslims that was literate, lends strongly to the notion that this manuscript is linked to the Imam. The theory is bolstered by the fact that of the first several Muslim leaders after the death of Prophet Muhammad, Imam Ali was the only one who had memorized the Quran in its entirety and became a "Hafiz." This relates to international relations through the discovery of this thousand year old script, this affect the Islam community around the globe. 

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Technology skills only scratch the surface of the digital divide - The Hechinger Report

Technology skills only scratch the surface of the digital divide - The Hechinger Report | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
The realities of the “digital divide” are increasingly apparent. In a consumer culture that equates status with early adoption of the newest iPhone, access to new technology necessarily splits pretty clearly along socio-economic class lines.
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As open source goes mainstream, institutions collaborate differently - TechRepublic

As open source goes mainstream, institutions collaborate differently - TechRepublic | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
18F has quietly become the bleeding edge of the US federal government's adoption of open source software. Read about the benefits and challenges of open source going mainstream.
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The Silent Society: How Americans Have Replaced Words with Clicks

The Silent Society: How Americans Have Replaced Words with Clicks | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
Americans are doing the most mundane everyday task online, particularly on their smartphones, and this growing habit of avoiding the spoken word has become the new luxury in our lives.
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The ubiquity of digital technologies should concern us. What does it mean to replace words with clicks?

 

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15 Tips: How to Take a Break from the Digital World

15 Tips: How to Take a Break from the Digital World | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
Do you wish you could take a vacation from the digital world? What about your social media accounts? In today’s digital world it is easy to get overwhelmed with all the responsibility of being responsive, socially and politically correct 24/7.

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Digital Inclusion Report 2014

Digital Inclusion Report 2014 | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
Mobile phones have become the most popular and widespread form of personal technology on the planet, with 3.6 billion unique mobile subscribers and 7.2 billion connections globally. Mobile has had ...
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Read Free Digital Art Catalogues from 9 World-Class Museums, Thanks to the Pioneering Getty Foundation

Read Free Digital Art Catalogues from 9 World-Class Museums, Thanks to the Pioneering Getty Foundation | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
We've previously featured the various pioneering efforts of The Getty -- from freeing 4,600 high-resolution art images (and then 77,000 more) into the public domain, to digitally releasing over 250 art books.
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The digital open source library of tomorrow - opensource.com

The digital open source library of tomorrow - opensource.com | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
Opensource.com moderator Nicole Engard attended a talk by Phil Shapiro at the 2014 All Things Open conference in Raleigh, NC in which Phil laid out his vision for how libraries need to adapt to the changes brought about by the increasing pace of...
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Rebooting Business in a digital society : Futurist Speaker Gerd Leonhard at FCSW14 - YouTube

Topics of this talk (held at Fort Collins Startup Week May 21 2014): how sustainable is the new profitable, why digital transformation is a huge challenge in...
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Digital inclusion: the benefits of better web accessibility

Digital inclusion: the benefits of better web accessibility | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
While some see meeting the online needs of disabled people as a ‘ruinous obligation’, businesses would do well to accommodate the ‘blue pound’
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Top 5 Digital Banking Myths - The Financial Brand

Top 5 Digital Banking Myths - The Financial Brand | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
In the world of digital banking, myths and half-truths abound – and some of them are impacting the success of online and mobile initiatives.
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70% of Germany's 'digital natives' reject entrepreneurship - EurActiv

70% of Germany's 'digital natives' reject entrepreneurship - EurActiv | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
A recent survey shows young Germans are more optimistic about their future than their European counterparts.
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Would You Pay to Boost Web Access in Schools, Libraries? - PC Magazine

Would You Pay to Boost Web Access in Schools, Libraries? - PC Magazine | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
The FCC chairman's proposal would boost monthly fees on phone service by 16 cents per month, or about $2 per year.
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Is there a future for the traditional museum?

Is there a future for the traditional museum? | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
It's a Sunday afternoon in October at the British Museum. Everyone comes to museums to look at the stuff on display, but looking at the people doing the looking is often as interesting.
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Digital skills 'key' to career survival, Tech City's Joanna Shields says - Telegraph.co.uk

Digital skills 'key' to career survival, Tech City's Joanna Shields says - Telegraph.co.uk | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
The Government's digital skills adviser launches a new initiative to give workers the skills to 'function in the new world'
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Tomorrow’s Digital Life: How Far Can You Expand? | World Future Society

Tomorrow’s Digital Life: How Far Can You Expand? | World Future Society | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
Tomorrow’s Digital Life: How Far Can You Expand?: Will society regain a fast-growth economy where e... #spacenewsSource: www.wfs.orgSee on Scoop.it - Digital Collaboration and the 21st C.
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The Digital World in 2030: What Place for Europe? by Richard Straub | Drucker Society Europe Blog

This document was produced as an input to the European Commission (via the European Internet Foundation) to suggest a review and renewal of policies in the field of digital technology and digital media. It is a contribution to a discussion at a European level, and readers are invited to provide their comments on those subjects that they consider as important for shaping the future of Europe.
Technology Centric World View
When it comes to the discussion of our digital future the world-view of the European Commission is too much centred on technology and does not take sufficiently into account the human factor. Europe could differentiate itself in the international debate and in the strategies it develops by linking to the European humanistic tradition. In the face of exponential digital technologies the human factor is fundamental: the ability of human beings using these technologies to make informed choices and judgements, avoiding to follow blindly recommendations coming from analytics tools based on big data. .......
Mass collaboration
Mass collaboration seems to be a bit of a fashionable term these days. Effective collaboration needs a small and committed core team. Real collaboration does not happen on a massive scale. This has always been the case and will not change. What is changing is the ability to access experts and knowledge outside the core team in real time. This can increase the effectiveness of the team and should result in better outcomes. Open platforms, social media and collaboration tools can be perfect levers to enhance the team performance. Yet we should not underestimate the importance of physical proximity to achieve breakthrough results in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship including in the social sphere. There are good reasons why it is physical places where collaborative ecosystems for innovation thrive; think of Silicon Valley or Haifa.


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Digital Agenda Italy

Digital Agenda Italy | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
Find here the most recent analysis and data for Italy. A selection of key documents and graphs are shown about topics such as broadband, internet activity and skills, egovernment, ICT in schools, r...
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Neil Gaiman: Libraries are cultural 'seed corn' - The Guardian

Neil Gaiman: Libraries are cultural 'seed corn' - The Guardian | Digital Collaboration and the 21st C. | Scoop.it
The author tells Toby Litt how these ‘safe spaces’ were vital to him as a child, and why their closure endangers our future
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