JP Rangaswami is the Managing Director of BT Design, a unit of British Telecom. He's also a long time blogger and Web 2.0 technology advocate. He was named as one of the top "Agenda Setters" by Silicon.com, above Ray Kurzweil, Craig Mundie of Microsoft, and Howard Stringer of Sony.
At the 140 Characters Conference in New York last week, Howard Greenstein spoke with JP about how Business and Strategy are changing due to ubiquitous networks and new ways to access data. He noted that "Things that were previously synchronous, like voice communications, can now be asynchronous, and things that were previously asynchronous [like knowing people status, location or current work] can be synchronous."
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|Cybersquatting||Policy & Regulation|
|DNS Security||Registry Services|
|IP Addressing||White Space|
Minds + Machines