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Kate Burleigh

What Chief Digital Officers Need to Know About IoT, with Intel, Visa, Microsoft, and GroupM

By 2019, it’s estimated that up to 40 billion devices may be connected to the internet or each other. Welcome to the “internet of things,” or IoT. It’s a world where a refrigerator can send you a message on your phone when your milk is about to expire, and also a coupon to buy a […]

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Peter Lacy

Avoiding Ashley Madison: Balancing Big Data Initiatives With User Security and Consent

Arguably the biggest trust issue facing organisations today in the wake of digital transformation and big data is how users’ data is used. A 2014 TRUSTe consumer data privacy study showed that 92% of US internet users are worried about online privacy, and 89% actively avoid doing business with companies they feel do not protect […]

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CDO Club Holds First-Ever U.K. Chief Digital Officer Summit

The CDO Club held the first-ever U.K. Chief Digital Officer Summit in London, England, on October 29, 2014. The Summit, which sold out weeks in advance, was presented by Accenture Digital and hosted by the BBC Worldwide. The U.K. Chief Digital Officer Summit addressed the challenges and opportunities arising from digital, social, and mobile media. […]

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