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Inside censhare: Walter Bauer on the Management of Things

This week on Inside censhare it’s part 2 of my conversation with Walter Bauer, our CTO.

Last time we talked about the start of censhare and this time we dive into the depths of our architecture and discuss our Graph NoSQL database and the reasons why we made the decision to take the less well trodden road when everyone else was choosing relational databases.

Watch as this former techie, now marketer, tries to desperately cling on to the conversational coat tails of our founding product architect as we flirt dangerously with the deeply technical, yet manage to keep on track and talk about the value of a semantic database in an age of real time, personalised, contextual content.

Ah.. yes.. “content”. What do we call all the stuff the contemporary CMS manages today?

It’s no longer just text and rich media assets, but people, pricing, consumption data (etc., etc.) and in our discussion we consider whether we can create a new software category; Thing Management Systems™.

Before the analysts and the industry cool kids jump on this and your CEO is emailing you wondering why you don’t have a “Thing Management System”, remember you heard it here first!

Enjoy the video, I might be slightly out of my technical depth, but it’s a lot of fun talking to Walter.

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