You might have already seen our first blog on the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (though if you haven’t now’s the perfect time to take a look). From the first part, it should now be crystal clear that organisations are legally going to have to do a whole lot more than perhaps they’re used to doing.
You’ve heard of the GDPR. I’m not even going to open with a ‘Chances are you’ve heard of the GDPR’ — because, you have most definitely, unequivocally, irrefutably heard of the GDPR. But it’s perfectly fine to not know what it means, at least at this stage anyway
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation by which the European Parliament, the Council of European Union and the European Commission intend to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union.
2017; the year that will almost certainly go down as the year of the Internet of Things. Products such as the Google Home, Amazon Alexa and Nest home security devices offered an unparalleled ease of use and took the connected and automated home to the next level
Every news outlet talks about them, organisations keep targeting them, and they’re some of the most demanding people alive without even knowing it. Love them or hate them, millennials are changing the world.