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May 2018
Insight

The 2018 World Technology Conference took place in Seattle recently and I was lucky enough to attend this mind meld event. Read on for observations and highlights.

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Apr 2018
Insight

Is your company US-based and assuming that GDPR doesn't have an impact since you don't have offices in the EU? Wrong!

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Mar 2018
Insight

Regardless of the ongoing tax legislative discussions outcome, one thing is certain – we will continue to pay taxes. All of the digital capabilities required to make our lives easier are available today. While it is too late to impact 2017 taxes, 2018 and beyond is open for improvements. Let’s start applying data and technology to create a better tax game.

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Mar 2018
Insight

Listen up marketers! If you have not heard of the GDPR or if you assumed that you’re in the clear because you’re in the U.S. rather than the EU, here is what you need to know.

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Feb 2018
Insight

Use this list to determine which digital policies you choose to create and adopt depend on variables particular to your organization.

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Feb 2018
Insight

What can your organization do to guide employees into correctly balancing their rights to free speech and personal use of social media, while also protecting the brand and reputation of your company?

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Jan 2018
Insight

Here is how you incorporate existing standards into your own set for organizational use.

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Jan 2018
Insight

There are no perfect sets of standards, but you can come close with these tips.

2
Jan 2018
Insight

Policies are a two-pronged opportunity for layers: Protecting clients from dangers and generating revenue in the process.

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Dec 2017
Insight

Don't re-create policies and silo digital requirements. Instead, extend organizational policies to include digital.

14
Dec 2017
Insight

Nothing! As long as you use them in the right way. Here is how.

11
Dec 2017
In the media

In using online services and products, users give up aspects of their privacy, and that seems to be acceptable up to a point. But how do you know you are not crossing that line?

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