GDPR

Today, data is the firm. It fuels digital transformation, and it does so at a time when the rate of change is dramatic. Companies that stand still risk being overwhelmed, however for those that act there are great opportunities for renewal and new success. By taking a more commercial approach

Smart Toys will represent an $18 billion hardware and software market by 2023, up from an estimated $6 billion in 2018, according to a new report from Juniper Research. This increase will primarily be driven by the growing popularity of smartphone connected toys and related in-app purchases, which are projected

It is still unclear how big of an impact the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will have on the Australian public sector. Just weeks away from enforcement, confusion remains around the reach of GDPR and the obligations of public sector agencies. Provisions in the regulation suggest some areas of the

The investment in marketing technology is becoming so significant that no individual region will be able to afford to go it alone and build everything they want. Instead they’ll need to share the cost with their international colleagues. That’s the view of Stephen Yeo, Panasonic Business Marketing Director, who has

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The shift to the cloud as an “irresistible force” and that will accelerate over the next decade. That’s the view of Oracle CEO Mark Hurd. “Over the next decade the bulk of workloads that are in companies today are going to be in the cloud,” Hurd said during a Q&A

While many organisations will be anxious about the upcoming GDPR regulations, some are eagerly awaiting them and the prominence they will give to data governance. For the most proactive it’s an opportunity to change the data conversation and develop new capabilities. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Patrick Dewald,

After years of deliberation, “arguably the most complex piece of regulation the European Union has ever produced” comes into force on May 25th. Reaching far beyond Europe, the tough new privacy laws present a compliance challenge for businesses — and some will be hit harder than others. Regardless of where

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Australian businesses are sold on the idea of big data but many are still struggling with the privacy implications and the ethical use of data. That’s the key takeaway from the 2018 Telsyte Big Data and Analytics Study 2018. The study found 80 per cent of organisations in Australia with

Facebook has begun rolling out changes to ensure GDPR compliance. The social media giant said the changes would initially affect European users but would eventually be adopted globally. European users will see different details in the data policies, in line with GDPR requirements, but Facebook insists the “substance” of its

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Zuckerberg did well during the hearings. He did what he had to do, represent his company to the best of his abilities. He did with an admirable patience, answering questions from senators that were mostly not amongst the best informed. “No, we don’t sell data to advertisers”. The whole setup