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.
Utilising data and AI at a business level to drive the overall value of the customer is very different from using it at the tactical level to optimise a channel or clicks and warrants considerable upfront planning. In this paper, we explore the steps that organisations need to take to implement AI into their organisation to ensure the greatest chance of success.
This report, a collaboration between DataIQ and Experian, is a deep dive into the how and why of digital transformation as well as the role data quality and data management play in its success. Download this report to understand the importance of data quality and data management and how to prevent data quality pitfalls in transformation programmes.
CFAO is a 4.2 billion euro company based in France that does business in 36 African countries, 7 French overseas territories, Denmark, Portugal, Italy, India, Vietnam, and Cambodia. With more than 140 operational subsidiaries, CFAO found it difficult to be as responsive as they wanted.
The exponential pace of disruptive innovation is fundamentally changing the way enterprise organizations do business. In response, companies are looking to digital transformation initiatives as the key to the discovery and development of new business models and long-term business survival.
Digital media has had a profound impact on the way consumers interact and engage with brands. They are no longer satisfied with loosely targeted mass marketing communications and instead they expect products, services, communications and discounts that are tailored to their needs and buying habits.
The retail environment has never been more competitive. Online and mobile shopping channels, with their lower overhead costs, exert constant pressure on retailers to deliver low prices while remaining profitable.
DataOps can help deliver insights faster, with higher quality and resilience in the face of constant change. But there is a lot of confusion about what DataOps really means. Ted Friedman of Gartner outlines three value propositions that make sense of this approach.
The outsized role data science played last year has positioned the industry to thrive in 2021. Profusion’s Natalie Cramp considers some big changes over the next 12 months that will dictate how data science is used by organisations over the next decade.
In this edition, we have two extended interviews. Lynn Usher, data capability manager, talks about the NatWest Group Data Academy, winner of the 2020 DataIQ Awards Grand Prix. And Neil McIvor, chief data officer and chief statistician at the Department for Education, talks about holding two very different roles.
The increasing influence of automation and the decentralisation of labour have accelerated the rise and fall of demand for specific skills. Companies must fundamentally change the way they view skills, training and career development to stay abreast of this change. James McLeod of Faethm explains how to adapt and re-skill.