Trust – whether winning it, keeping it, losing it or winning it back – is an integral motivating factor in our lives and in the stories we tell each other about ourselves and about the organisations we belong to. But today, although the story arcs may stay the same, the main actors are very different. Technological innovations, social networks and big data are among the new cast members that have rebooted what we thought we knew about trust and communications, in the process raising the stakes considerably.
Digital and Data
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The GDPR reinforces a wide range of existing rights regarding digital data and establishes new ones.
What is the GDPR?
Today’s best corporate sites challenge peoples’ perceptions and actively seek to influence stakeholders.
In October 2015, The Economist published its cover story about bitcoin and, more compellingly, the key technology that supports it: blockchain. (More later.)
With an enforcement date of May 25, this year's General Data Protection Regulations are forcing all of us to think again about the processes by which we handle data.
Digital marketing technologies make corporate and B2B communications very efficient.