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Analytics | Data Management
Cecily Hoffritz 0
Get in control of EU Data Protection regulation

Whether you work with IT, compliance or at C-level, you would have heard of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation by now. With the compliance deadline of May 2018 fast approaching, hopefully, you have already started taking necessary steps to prevent your company from incurring massive fines. How do

Advanced Analytics | Internet of Things
Katrina Wakefield 0
Are public services ready to exploit artificial intelligence?

Governments are already using data and analytics in a number of ways to help them become better informed and provide superior services for their citizens. For both central and local governments, an increasing number of back end processing and citizen engagement opportunities are emerging for smart use of artificial intelligence

Analytics | Customer Intelligence
Patrick Xhonneux 0
Why fact-based CMOs outperform their peers

At a time when ‘fake news’ has acquired its own presence on Wikipedia, it is worth reflecting a little on something more fundamental - the difference between facts and opinions. One of the most critical points to keep in mind when reviewing a plan, or a performance report, is to

Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Internet of Things
Mathias Coopmans 0
Finding buyers’ stories and voices in the data

I’m going to start with a question. What’s your favourite Internet of Things (IoT) device, product or service? A Fitbit, perhaps? An app on your smartphone? My next question: why do you like it? Because it’s exciting, techie and interesting? Because you like to have things before anyone else? Or

Analytics | Data Management
Marinette Nystrom 0
Preparing for GDPR implementation

Marinette Nyström interviewing Casper Pedersen, Principal Business Solutions Manager The EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was approved in May 2016, and companies must be compliant by May 2018. Research shows, however, that fewer than 30% of companies impacted are prepared for it. I had a discussion with Casper Perdersen, who recently