This report presents the findings from a survey across 101 companies to identify their goals for digital transformation and data integration, together with the obstacles they encounter. Based on the findings presented in this report, there are five key issues and recommendations that can be made to support more successful digital transformations.
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.
Experian and DataIQ explore key findings from our recent Experian/DataIQ research exploring the how and why of digital transformation projects and practical steps organisations can take to tackle their data challenges ahead of such an initiative
DataIQ in association with Tealium carried out a research project among consumers exploring their awareness of how personal information is being requested and used, as well as what influences their attitudes during this data-value exchange. Download this report to see what the research reveals about privacy attitudes and consumer awareness of data protection rights.
How to move consumers from an on/off affair to a committed data relationship: A report from DQM GRC on how to make sure you are ready when former customers get back in contact, how to reset the data relationship and ten questions to ask about your data relationship with consumers.
Are your tried-and-tested models not delivering the expected outcomes? Until now, your internal data was the most valuable and a strong predictor of customer behaviour. But the health crisis has changed all that, so your data strategy needs to change too, says James Morgan.
In this edition, we talk to Anita Fernqvist of Zurich Insurance, Kinnari Ladha of TUI and the team from JCURV about awards and the importance of recognition. Plus, Paul Davison of Royal Mail on data for good and the impact of data quality.
How do you communicate a complex idea like an epidemic curve to people with minimal understanding of data? Alan D. Duncan of Gartner says the key is to use story telling techniques that make the subject engaging and emotional.