Contratos Tecnol贸gicos para la Innovaci贸n

Contratos Tecnol贸gicos para la Innovaci贸n

Para promover el v铆nculo y colaboraci贸n entre empresas y entidades proveedoras de conocimiento, a fin de resolver una problem谩tica tecnol贸gica, desaf铆o productivo y/o aprovechar una oportunidad de mercado para la empresa.Se entrega de un subsidio para que las empresas puedan cofinanciar la contrataci贸n de una entidad I+D para el desarrollo de un proyecto de innovaci贸n, con un componente de investigaci贸n y desarrollo (I+D+i) relevante y mediante el cual se logre generar capacidades en la empresa para la I+D+i, y adem谩s permitir la vinculaci贸n y de la transferencia de capacidades y conocimiento. De forma complementar铆a se podr谩 solicitar a Corfo la certificaci贸n por Ley I+D (ley N掳 20.241) de las actividades que se consideran certificables, y hacer uso de los beneficios tributarios sobre los desembolsos o pagos en I+D que la empresa realice y que no correspondan al subsidio.

Fuente: Contratos Tecnol贸gicos para la Innovaci贸n

MySQL does not need SQL | domas mituzas

MySQL does not need聽SQL Posted on 2016/08/03 by Domas Mituzas The 鈥淒BMS鈥 part of MySQL is fine 鈥 storage engines (especially with new kids on the block), replication, etc, but it really sucks at executing SQL. I won鈥檛 even get into complex SQL that has complex data dependencies, will start with very basic tasks. SELECT * FROM table WHERE indexed = “A” LIMIT 1 If multiple indexes can satisfy the query, MySQL will hit each of them at least twice 鈥 looking up first 鈥淎鈥 and last 鈥淎鈥 records. It will do that w

Fuente: MySQL does not need SQL | domas mituzas

Daniel Matamala: AFP, el poder impotente

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AFP: el poder impotente

Por : Daniel Matamala en ColumnaPublicado: 26.07.2016

驴Cu谩l es la mayor fuerza econ贸mica de Chile hoy? 驴Luksic, Matte? 驴Pi帽era, Paulmann? 驴Angelini, Solari?No. Es usted. O, mejor dicho, usted, yo y los otros 10.099.816 chilenos que estamos afiliados a alguna AFP.驴No me cree? Es un asunto de n煤meros, simplemente. Los ahorros de esas cuentas 鈥搎ue, como se insiste majaderamente, nos pertenecen a los ahorrantes individuales y a nadie m谩s que a nosotros鈥 suman $112.673.743.000.000. O sea, m谩s de 112 billones (millones de millones) de pesos. O, si lo prefiere ver en moneda dura, 171 mil 89 millones de d贸lares (US$171.089 millones) (ver informe de la Superintendencia de Pensiones).Esta suma gigantesca, inabarcable, convierte en pigmeos econ贸micos a las mayores fortunas de Chile, seg煤n el ranking Forbes: los Luksic (US$10.100 millones), Paulmann (US$3.700 millones), Pi帽era (US$2.500 millones) y los Matte (US$2.300 millones). 聽De hecho, m谩s que duplica la fortuna del hombre m谩s rico del mundo, Bill Gates (U$75 mil millones seg煤n Forbes).

Fuente: AFP: el poder impotente | CIPER Chile CIPER Chile 禄 Centro de Investigaci贸n e Informaci贸n Period铆stica

McKinsey Quarterly 2016 Number 2: Overview and full issue | McKinsey & Company

Digital disruption is hitting every industry at varying speeds and intensity. Executives know this, and they also recognize that time is of the essence for incumbents seeking to transform digital from a threat into an opportunity. That urgency, though, sometimes gives rise to haphazard responses, such as the one described by McKinsey director Angus Dawson in a recent McKinsey Podcast:

I was having a conversation with a client a couple of weeks ago. They went through what they were describing as their digital strategy. Having explored it a bit with them, we ended up coming to an agreement that what they had wasn鈥檛 a digital strategy, it was a list of priorities for digitization. Explicitly, it was how are we going to reduce the cycle time in our end-to-end processes, how are we going to improve the customer experience and build new apps, and so forth. It was about how they digitize. It was not actually the choices they were making about a big disruptive economic force . . . The word 鈥渟trategy鈥 is used too loosely with digital to mean our priorities for digitization, not the choices we鈥檙e going to make in terms of where and how we compete. . . .

Fuente: McKinsey Quarterly 2016 Number 2: Overview and full issue | McKinsey & Company