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July 17 2013

La logique de Google : pourquoi Google fait-il les choses comme il les fait - Guardian.co.uk

La logique de #Google : pourquoi Google fait-il les choses comme il les fait - Guardian.co.uk
http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2013/jul/09/google-android-reader-why?CMP=twt_gu

Michael Mace, auteur de « Cartographier le futur », un livre sur comment créer de meilleurs stratégies d’affaire, s’intéresse à Google et sa logique d’affaire. Pour lui, Google suit une stratégie très différente de la plupart des entreprises. Pour lui, c’est en partie lier à la culture d’#entreprise. Les logiciels web changent en continue et vous ne pouvez pas faire de planification à long terme. Au contraire, il faut de la flexibilité pour évoluer vite. La conception agile est batie dans la fibre et la (...)

#management #innovation

June 28 2013

US army blocks access to Guardian website to preserve 'network hygiene' | World news |…

US army blocks access to Guardian website to preserve 'network hygiene' | World news | guardian.co.uk
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/28/us-army-blocks-guardian-website-access

The US army has admitted to blocking access to parts of the Guardian website for thousands of defence personnel across the country.

A spokesman said the military was filtering out reports and content relating to government surveillance programs to preserve “network hygiene” and prevent any classified material appearing on unclassified parts of its computer systems.

The confirmation follows reports in the Monterey Herald that staff at the Presidio military base south of San Francisco had complained of not being able to access the Guardian's UK site at all, and had only partial access to the US site, following publication of leaks from whistleblower Edward Snowden.

The Pentagon insisted the Department of Defense was not seeking to block the whole website, merely taking steps to restrict access to certain content.

But a spokesman for the Army's Network Enterprise Technology Command (Netcom) in Arizona confirmed that this was a widespread policy, likely to be affecting hundreds of defence facilities.

#censure

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