This report shows how businesses from various industry sectors adjusted their data strategies in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. As this report indicates, there’s a strong business need for insights derived from analysis of non-personal consumer data and a growing necessity to utilise it effectively.
Download this exclusive research by DataIQ and find out which organisations have achieved full alignment between their data and business strategies and how this relates to their data literacy and digital transformation programmes.
The cost of poor data quality on the organisation now stands at 8.8% of annual revenue. Download this report by DataIQ and Royal Mail to explore key data management challenges and the cost of poor data quality.
This report provides fascinating insights into how business organisations are harnessing the power of non-personal data. It underlines the critical importance of accessing third party data sources to support business strategy.
Industry data leaders from NHS Digital, Samsung Europe, Schneider Electric, TUI Group and Zurich will be presenting at the DataIQ Transform event taking place on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. We sat down with some of these industry leaders to learn more about their perspectives on the evolving data and analytics landscape.
What does ISO 27701 mean for your organisation? Currently, there is no “official” GDPR certification or seal. ISO 27701 is the closest an organisation can get to certify it is compliant with the regulation. As an extension to one of the most famous international standards, this will set the global benchmark for data protection practices. It is applicable to all industries and to organisations of every size. Download this report by DQM GRC to explore the importance of ISO 27701, the benefits of I
This research report confirms that we have now entered the calm before the storm. With research revealing 39.8% of organisations have still not reached a state of full compliance. This report explores attitudes to data sharing, awareness of data protection laws, trust and data sharing, negative impacts on trust and attitudes.
This research report confirms that, while consumers will continue to want increased personalisation, speed and flexibility in how they transact and engage with firms, many consumers will not compromise trust or their own privacy to achieve that. The research also positions data ethics as a rather immature concept in today’s thinking, both by consumers and businesses.
In this edition, two senior practitioners - Dr Sachiko Scheuing and Paul Ravenscroft - reflect on their careers and achievements to date, sharing key lessons and insights on working in data and analytics.
The technology we create today can impact on millions tomorrow. Therefore, advances in technology must coincide with the development of a robust ethical framework within organisations. This should be an enabler, not a blocker, argues Rachel Aldighieri of the DMA.
Agriculture generates more data than any other industry, however, 62% of farmers do not collect and share it. But insufficient data sharing can disrupt supply chains as lockdown revealed. Peter Leppan of Proagrica offers three strategies for increasing data flows and thereby optimising the farm-to-fork journey.