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Protection of Personal data

On November 7th, at the 2013 Hello Show, Stéphane Richard officially signed a charter listing 4 customer commitments in protecting personal data and privacy :

  • security of customers’ personal data through reliable processing and secure storage
  • control for customers over their own personal data and how it is used, including a personal dashboard
  • transparency in terms of data processing of client information throughout our relationship with clients
  • support for customers and users to help them protect their privacy and manage their personal data better

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    When you think about data analytics it’s unlikely you think about archaeology. But you should.

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    Capgemini and Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) both recently published reports that suggest most enterprises recognize the importance of big data analytics, but aren’t yet fully satisfied with the results of them so far.

  • Using Big Data for better football performance

    Big Data is not just another IT buzzword - it's real and has real life applications. One such application is sport - yes, Big Data can be used to improve the performance of teams and individual athletes, as the great work being done using Big Data at Manchester City football club demonstrates.

  • 6 tips to secure the Internet of Things

    Last month, the US National Cyber Security Awareness Month warned that businesses are leaving themselves exposed to new threats if they do not have an IoT-specific security plan.

  • Private cloud and the Internet of Things - a perfect match ?

    We have all heard and read a great deal about the Internet of Things (IoT) recently. It is the next era of connectivity, with wearable devices, cars, homes, equipment, appliances, manufacturing plants and all sorts of other machines becoming connected to one another and powering the next generation way of living.

  • Digital Transforamtion in action : M2M is smart infographic

    M2M transforming our everyday lives, for example the way we pay for our purchases with e-payments, and the way we access reading materials with e-readers. New applications to emerge over the next few years, probably many that we don't even imagine today. But beyond our personal lives, M2M communications are also going to change the way businesses operate, resulting in new business models.

  • M2M - the next service imperative for digital customer experience

    The next level of evolution of the multi-channel contact center which is impacting customer experience has already been around the corner for a while but not fully integrated. Machine to machine (M2M) communications has been an important aspect of solutions like fleet management, logistics and healthcare for a while and is witnessing rapid adoption across sectors like retail, e-commerce and manufacturing. While traditional use was limited to inventory and supply chain management, today M2M along with intelligent data analysis has the potential to bring in digital customer experience with further evolution from Internet of Things (IoT) to Intelligence of Things.

  • Will Big Data become the world's best doctor ?

    Wearable devices, electronic health records and big data analytics will combine to transforming healthcare, enabling new insights and promising fast and immediate personalized care for all.

  • Smart Cities are smarter for the environment

    Cities are becoming ever more complex. Growing populations need efficient infrastructure and services from healthcare to sewage, from education to street lighting, from transport to fresh water supply. There are environmental considerations such as flood risk to mitigate, leisure and open spaces to support. Cities are difficult entities to manage.

  • Europe gets connected - Internet of Things Infographic

    The Internet of Things has come a long way since the first machine, a toaster, was connected to the Internet in 1989. Now Machine to Machine technology is advancing rapidly and is a key component in digital transformation. This infographic helps illustrate just how far IoT has come in Europe.

  • Standards will be the glue for Internet of Things

    Standards are an essential ingredient the success of the IT industry over the last 30 years. Without them, product ecosystems cannot emerge, prices fall and users have the experience they demand. Properly applied they enable compatible solutions from multiple manufacturers that improve lives, boost productivity and foster new opportunity.

  • IoT demands a conection re-think

    Cisco estimates that within three years, IoT devices will generate a staggering 400 zettabytes (ZB) of data a year. This deluge of new data traffic is forcing mobile operators to look beyond their cellular and wireless networks.

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