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Hazmat 2015 - Part 2

The first question here about access to data came from a globally significant company. It wasn't difficult to answer because of discussions with (and a ticket from) a solo operator. It seems no matter who you are, access to data is a universal issue.

Hazmat 2015 - Part 1

We presented SharedSDS publically for the first time at Hazmat 2015 in Sydney on 16 June. Afterwards, nine or ten people approached me with congratulations. One said it is a "brilliant" concept but most were favourably impressed if slightly less effusive! A few asked specific questions. I'll only deal with two here and save the others for subsequent blog posts. 

The case for change

I have been preparing a paper on SharedSDS for presentation at Hazmat 2015 in Sydney in June. The paper is more or less finished and I have covered everything I want to say. The paper's title is Taming the monster. Quite dramatic for a mostly technical paper. Having raised expectations I now need some electricity.

More about data

My previous post about three types of data came to a neat conclusion this week when a user, Steve, a consultant who writes SDSs for client companies, described his data needs.