Context Awareness: Making Sense of Data

July 22nd, 2010 |
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IT Innovation: David Stone, an Intel IT researcher in the Strategy Architecture and Innovation Group, says the idea of context awareness in the enterprise is amazing, but the road to getting there is not only about technology — it’s also about privacy. The promise of context awareness computing relies on personal data to unleash IT employee productivity. So, one surprising discovery Stone unearthed is how readily many people will post their private information publicly on social media sites, but withhold the same data from their employer. Researchers like David Stone are prepared for a circuitous and fascinating path to context aware computing.

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