January 6, 2009
Publishing White Papers has always been of interest to me. I wrote my first white paper on “Evaluation of Digital Certificates adoption in the E-business environment” while in school at Temple University’s Fox School of Business Management.
Wikipedia defines White Paper as
A white paper is an authoritative report or guide that often addresses problems and how to solve them. White papers are used to educate readers and help people make decisions.
White Paper gives Scholarly advice on areas of interest. It brings the business and technology together and influences decision makers to leverage the thoughts into a business case.
My area of research includes but is not limited to the following:
Recently I had been noticing that a lot of my White Papers were being referenced by corporate organizations, universities, standards organizations, clients and even students.
Here are some organizations referencing my work:
With writing two whitepapers (Healthcare Today & Organization Security) as my 2009 resolution, I want to continue my belief that “Sharing Knowledge Helps“.