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The Successful Agency of Tomorrow

By | November 1, 2017 | Blog | No Comments

The amount of software-based solutions required to meet our business objectives is accelerating, but the process is far more difficult than it should be. Customers have spoken: they want rapid engagements leading to quick solutions. It’s upon the agencies to build a more efficient process with better outcomes.

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VesselWise Goes Live

By | June 6, 2016 | Blog, VesselWise | No Comments

VesselWise is now Live for users with its first set of features. The functionality will allow vessel owners, captains, crew and other onboard guests to capture issues on the vessel on the go. This is the application’s entry level functionality and will focus on real-time collaboration in the identification and resolution of vessel-related issues.

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The Tyranny of Design

By | November 23, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

What makes great a software product? Is it about how well the user interface represents a company’s scheme of colors and its brand; or is it how it lets users interact with it in a seamless way? That’s a no brainer, you’d think — most of us would say the latter.

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Digital Rights

By | November 18, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

In my previous two articles (see The Digital Body, The Essential Digital Body Parts), I used the analogue of the digital and physical universes to define and understand the “digital body”. The analogy is useful because we really do seem to inhabit two distinct dimensions; the real one and the digital one.

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The Essential Digital Body Parts

By | November 16, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

In my previous article, The Digital Body, I introduced the idea of thinking of our digital universe as a parallel to our physical universe. At the core of this theory is the need for a consolidated digital body; a vessel for engaging in the digital realm similar in function to our body in the physical.

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Technology needs a social mission

By | November 6, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

The technology world has given rise to many successful entrepreneurs over the past few decades. As the information technology sector boomed, we saw the rise of many large corporations. AT&T’s Bell Laboratories introduced the C programming language and the UNIX operating system.

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VesselWise iPad App on iTunes

By | November 4, 2015 | Blog, VesselWise | No Comments

VesselWise is an end-to-end, cloud-based, mobile-enabled platform for the management of all types of marine vessels. VesselWise will provide functionality for the various actors involved in the operation, management, acquisition and utility of vessels, including boat owners, captains, dealers, manufacturers, surveyors, contractors, brokers and more.

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Digital body

By | November 4, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

As physical beings we rely on our bodies to engage with the people and the world around us. Our bodies, as vessels in the physical universe, comprise the instruments and gauges we need to make sense of the world we inhabit.

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The Future of AI: Separating Facts from Fiction

By | September 30, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

Computers powered by artificial intelligence have proven their capability by beating the world chess champion and defeating the best human players on the game show Jeopardy. As computer systems with AI continue to evolve, will they develop intelligence that matches, and eventually exceeds human intelligence?

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Technology Is about Expanding Human Capabilities

By | September 17, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

Technologies that emerged just over half a century ago seemed revolutionary at the time, promising to lead humanity toward new ways of life. And they did, yet many of those developments seem almost laughable today. That is how technology progresses. We have come a long way, but just imagine what lies ahead.

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Prospus Has a New Logo

By | September 14, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

With crisp, modern lines and edges, Prospus aims to draw attention to its vision without losing its established brand identity. The new logo represents not only Prospus’s clarity on the future of technology, but its intent to impact it.

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If We Could Get a Virtual Lego

By | September 8, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

Anyone who grew up with Lego is sure to appreciate how innovative it is. Now imagine the application of lego-like mechanics to the software world. The fragmentation and inconsistency of our current digital landscape can only be overcome with a truly universal, modular software system. What if we could combine individual software Legos to create a consistent digital universe?

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Robots Versus Humans: Who’s the Boss?

By | September 4, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

The debate over whether or not we will ever achieve complete human–robot symbiosis continues. While we can imagine many possibilities, the reality might be that human and robot intelligence will never be comparable. Humans will ultimately control robots, and although robots may grow to be our greatest allies in the future, they won’t ever actually threaten our existence.

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F*ck It. Rebuild It.

By | September 3, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

Tech disruption promises to improve many aspects of our lives, but our current crop of software is not entirely capable of leading this transformation. A decade-long growth opportunity lies ahead, but first, software itself must evolve in order to transform other industries. Incremental changes will only take us so far.

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Individual Architecture

By | August 18, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

Enterprise architecture has been widely used by governments as well as private businesses across many industries. With our personal and social lives becoming more and more digital, the principles of enterprise architecture may hold the key to improving our everyday lives. Can we create an individual architecture?

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Are We Trying Too Hard to Look Disruptive?

By | August 7, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

Every aspiring entrepreneur wants to change the world. We often feel inspired by business icons, worshipping them like heroes, and given their example, we tend to paint unrealistic portraits of entrepreneurial success. But have we really been inspired to improve human lives, or are we just chasing personal glory?

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A Digital Workforce for the Digital Economy

By | July 31, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

Automation is driving many remarkable changes across organizational functions. As an outcome of improved business processes, customers reap great benefits in the form of improved products and services. The future of digital business ultimately promises to be highly advantageous for society, yet amidst the broad positive change, negative impacts on the workforce also emerge.

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The Basics of Boat Maintenance

By | July 30, 2015 | Blog, VesselWise | No Comments

As a boat owner, you understand that your boat requires a lot of care. The safety, integrity and market value of a boat depends on how well it is maintained. Regularly checking your boat can keep issues in check, but it is also important to occasionally get your boat thoroughly surveyed by a surveyor.

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The Reality beyond the Fantasy of Human–Robot Symbiosis

By | July 7, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

Although robotics and artificial intelligence software continue to mature, we are still far from a true symbiosis between people and machines. In 1960, J.C.R. Licklider wrote about the possibilities of human–robot symbiosis in his classic paper, “Man–Computer Symbiosis.” Over half a century later, let’s consider how far we have come and explore the future of human–robot symbiosis.

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Understanding Used-Boat Surveys

By | June 23, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

So, after months of searching, and perhaps years of planning, you have finally found a boat that you like. Now you’re just a few steps away from owning it. But before you go ahead and sign a purchase agreement in a rush to get sailing, there are a few tasks remaining that are extremely critical for you to complete.

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The Critical Role of a Marine Surveyor

By | June 12, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

If you’re a boat owner, you already know the importance of a marine surveyor’s input in the maintenance and safety of your boat. And if you’re preparing now to take your first steps toward the boating lifestyle, you will soon find, as you research your boat purchase, that throughout the course of your boat’s life, the surveyor will be an invaluable aide.

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Creative Design Proficiency

By | April 22, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

An average user will probably visit half a dozen or maybe tens of sites a day (or a few dozen, if you’re in the web business), but only a few sites are not immediately forgotten. Which ones stick in a user’s mind is something that will usually be decided by him or her within the first few seconds spent on the site.

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Net Neutrality

By | April 14, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

On February 26, in a 3-2 vote, the American Federal Communications Commission voted to reclassify broadband internet access as a “telecommunications service” under Title II of the Communications Act, subject to tough new rules designed to preserve internet openness in the U.S.

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Living a Digital Life

By | April 8, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

Digital technology is rapidly changing the way we engage with one another. Disruptive technologies such as mobile, cloud, analytics and social media are altering traditional engagement models. With technology becoming increasingly democratized, human–technology interaction and customer experience take center stage.

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How Tech Will Be Pivotal In the Creation of the Next Breed of Successful Entrepreneurs

By | March 27, 2015 | Article | No Comments

Technology is causing massive disruptions across virtually every industry, redefining staid business models and forcing rapid, often uncomfortable shifts in the way businesses operate. The digital economy is paving additional pathways for delivering innovation like never before, bringing with it all of the characteristics of a paradigm shift.

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VesselWise: 2015 Beta Release

By | March 12, 2015 | Blog | No Comments

Following the Fort Lauderdale, Florida trip in October and November 2014, development of the VesselWise application is continuing in full swing. While attending the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, members of the VesselWise and Prospus teams met with many key prospects and potential users, informing a development process that was already underway.

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Net Neutrality for Now

By | March 2, 2015 | Blog | 2 Comments

On February the 26th, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler announced the approval of open Internet. “In a 3-2 vote, the Federal Communications Commission voted to reclassify broadband internet access as a ‘telecommunications service’ under Title II

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Prospus in Japan

By | October 17, 2014 | Blog | No Comments

In November 2014, Prospus visited Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan to meet with key officials at Gaba Corporation, one of the foremost one-to-one English learning providers in Japan, and EFL Technologies, which creates world-class digital English language learning solutions.

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