The Future of Savvy

Technology and Law Questions of the Week

Was photographic editing available in law enforcement, healthcare, business, and home computer systems in the early 1980s thru the mid 1990s? Research Justification:A child suffered a major injury, causing temporary blindness and potential brain damage. Photographs were available showing pre and post healthcare services which showed significant amount of blood and vision impairment with the […]

Universities, Religion, Politics – Choice

Choosing the right University and the right specialization or area of study for the Doctorate was at issue. Personal development, problems, and other fears led me to believe that maybe a Religious Program filled with a ton of people was the answer, even if not in a daily regimen of in person and on campus […]

Using Information from Tables

In databases, we use tables to store information and sequel queries to pull information together from multiple tables. This terminology applies to Microsoft Access, Sequel, and possibly other universal database languages. The common, everyday term might change, but is also referred to as ‘lookup’ tables, or controls, lists, and other terminology. Since we’ve ventured into […]

Law and Policy – Foundations

In order to properly balance a field, an industry, and life it seems that all areas must be connected and functional; governed by a standard and national set of laws by which the people and systems are created, maintained, and changed. It is not that the law and health are the superior and only foundations […]

Terminology/Referential Conflict: Goals of the Research “Project”

Goal of the Proposed Research Project First, the research project must be correctly referred to as a formal study or dissertation to emphasize the importance of collegiate works which follows a different process necessary to achieve the goal of obtaining the doctoral degree.  It is more in-depth than a report, thesis, or assignment. In fact, […]

Research Areas

There are several research topics of interest: The invention of a Brain Database – two way mechanism for memory management with phased planning for external communications, environmental contact, contamination, cause and affect, in a multi-variant test environment using the basis of English writing:  Who, What, When, Where, Why and How – Data collection and daily […]

Literary Research – Non-Scientific?

Neurological and Cloud Computing was a highly prioritized and profitable area of, and critical to, industrial development for improved computer systems.  Two academic journals specific to the topic area of interest, being data management, design, and architecture are selected and reviewed to show how information contained in a journal is fluid, meaning that information changes, […]

Technology Acquisitions: Considerations and Decisions

Enjoy a short (120 page) E-Book on build, buy, or integrate. Reasons why companies acquire companies and technology. Important considerations. Also available in Paperback from The management of technology is more than just developing, buying, and selling. Not only must it be strategically aligned with company and personal goals, but it must also be […]

A Dissertation Review

Topic Selection – An Area of Interest Abstract Analysis – Does this study look like it’s well written, present valid research and answer or solve a problem? Is the research model effective, where data can be trusted that offers true insight into a problem or situation? Is it worth supporting, an investment area, can it […]

A Review of Variables

Textbook definition: The basic building blocks of quantitative research are variables. A variable is something that takes on different values or categories, and it is the opposite of a constant, which is something that cannot vary, such as a single value or category of a variable. A variable doesn’t “take on” values or categories. It […]

Learning Systems

There are no ‘categories’ for learning.  Learning takes place during scheduled and designated hours in professional organizations, and some go so far as to record learning or training time in their time tracking system.  This is helpful, but learning goes on all throughout the workday and it’s especially helpful to further define those goals and […]

Abilities – Acquisitions

Building Organizational Capabilities             The concept of organizational capability varies in application.  There is the simplicity of organizing documents, structuring employees, and building teams of people to increase or improve capability.  Capability is also an area of functional measure where there are people, processes, and systems all capable of delivering quality goods and services, as […]