Are you making the most of your events?

Businesses are pumping increasing amounts of money into live experiences, but better measurement is needed to justify investment and maximise value post-event

Data dealings: how social media treats people data

Mark Zuckerberg testifying in court after data scandal

People data from social media could further the understanding of economies and societies, but first we must explore why different motives for sharing data on various platforms may skew our insights

What could “infonomics” do for your business?

Focused on valuing data as a balance-sheet asset, "infonomics" is a nascent concept, but it could revolutionise how boards view and treat their corporate intelligence

Five ways cyberattacks can damage company value

The potential impact of cyberattacks on company value continues to be misunderstood by many business leaders and finance professionals. So, while financial audits are regulated, why is cyber-risk still largely ignored and underplayed?

Data-driven energy is the future

‘Data will open a gateway to more engaged customers and a responsive energy industry’

Win by default: providers battle to be card of choice

Becoming consumers’ default payment option, particularly in digital wallets, is an increasing challenge as incumbents and newcomers alike try to keep pace with developments in technology

Connectivity and data are carmakers’ tools of choice

Closed-loop manufacturing, which enables continuous data flows shared seamlessly throughout departments, creates a virtuous cycle, resulting in faster product improvements

CDOs must be stewards of ethical business standards

Christopher Wylie ethical Cambridge Analytica wearing glasses in profile

The Cambridge Analytica scandal has raised the profile of chief data officers and the need for ethical business practices