If you’re asking yourself whether the hype around blockchain is worth looking into it, the answer is yes. You should definitively look to understand what the is fuss all about because there is a high probability that it will impact your work, your business and potentially your day-to-day life much sooner that you realise!
Experts are commonly concerned about the immediate GDPR risk mitigation options, rather than understanding their longer-term corporate social responsibility implications around data and overall ethical behaviour.
In the past 6-7 years we’ve seen a significant amount of money being spent by corporates to get value from various data technologies. But the missing piece we often see and ask our clients is: Where and how is the wider business involved?
It’s that time of year again – time to reflect on what has been and what is to come. As we come into 2017, it feels like the creation of new technologies and their application, and the hype surrounding these technologies, continues.
Our two-part Data series continues with 3 more big data myths from Fintricity’s, Florian Krueger.
Too many people in this field are confusing things and I need to clarify them for everyone’s sake (including my own). Here’s part 1 of 2 of my Big Data Mythbuster series.
Alpesh Doshi presented in the company of some excellent speakers, providing insight into the use cases of data within their businesses. It proved there were great practical examples of the application of big data to real business challenges and strategies.
Visiting San Francisco again after a couple of years, it was interesting to meet many US companies including the Bay Area golden startups. Those that have started in the last 7 years are a stark contrast in comparison to the Fortune 500.
Data has always been a powerful tool for innovation and strategic advantage. But deriving value from data depends a lot on how well companies can capture and manage that data. And Big Data only adds complications to this process.