Crippling innovation -- and intelligence

Crippling innovation -- and intelligence

Summary: Michael Wertheimer, a former cryptologic mathematician with the National Security Agency, writes in the Washington Post about the need to focus more R&D on gleaning intelligence data from the Internet rather than traditional systems, such as fixed-line and cellular voice communications. The same issue confronts enterprises that don't understand that Internet is spawning disruptive technologies, such as VoIP, grid computing and IP conferencing, that they must invest in to stay competitive.

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Michael Wertheimer, a former cryptologic mathematician with the National Security Agency, writes in the Washington Post about the need to focus more R&D on gleaning intelligence data from the Internet rather than traditional systems, such as fixed-line and cellular voice communications. The same issue confronts enterprises that don't understand that Internet is spawning disruptive technologies, such as VoIP, grid computing and IP conferencing, that they must invest in to stay competitive.

Topic: Networking

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