Navigating data privacy (free PDF)


Embedded sensors, Internet of Things (IoT), and social media let companies collect more data than ever before, and analytics is turning that information into a competitive advantage. But, the public and political backlash to unfettered data collection and a lack of transparency about data use is also growing. This free PDF download compilation from ZDNet and TechRepublic shares the information CIOs need to better meet the growing demand for data privacy, without stifling innovation.

In the download:

  • How to make privacy your company’s ‘killer app’
  • Survey: Companies struggle to implement data privacy initiatives
  • Data privacy and data security are not the same
  • Personally identifiable information (PII): What it is, how it’s used, and how to protect it
  • How new apps protect the health and privacy of employees
  • GDPR two years on: Why there’s still work to be done on data protection
  • Singapore looks to ease privacy fears with ‘no internet’ wearable device
  • Contact tracing: Now Norway suspends use of its app, citing privacy fears
  • How to create a privacy policy that protects your company and your customers
  • And more!

Navigating the Disruption of Work


One of the many shocking things about a pandemic is how quickly the unimaginable becomes the inevitable.

In less than 72 hours, even the world’s most traditional companies transitioned from office-based to working from home. Everyone could see that the word ‘work’ was about to be redefined.

So many of the companies we admire followed a similar path as they grappled with their new priorities. And, even though companies started at different stages of the journey, we noticed some common themes and issues emerging.

Now is the time to at least explore a hybrid work model that includes ‘work from anywhere’ options. That means getting better at facilitating this ‘more distributed’ work style.

Read this white paper and learn more about how the next normal emerges.