Another day, another data privacy ruling against Facebook's practices.
President Trump's tweeted threat of retaliation to France's digital services tax was inevitable, but enflames an already difficult situation.
Enterprise hits and misses - Equifax and Facebook do the data privacy dance, and AI gets an employee gut check
This week - Equifax and Facebook get a financial reckoning for data privacy - but did consumers get a fair shake? Also: why AI won't succeed without employee buy-in. Hertz and Avis do the transformation face off. And, as always, your whiffs.
Slapped with a $700 million fine, Equifax's CEO is drinking from a Kool Aid glass that's very much half full.
Class is in session at the Ohio-based university working to become a more data-centric organization.
2019 highlights - IBVI puts the blind and visually impaired to work, and Oracle Cloud Applications fuels their efforts
Next up in my 2019 highlight series: a talk at Oracle MBX 2019 with one of the most impressive projects I've seen all year. IBVI's mission to employ the visually impaired brings a new angle to cloud ERP.
MTD-VAT is upon us but if you run into problems, getting the right help can be difficult.
The good news? A tested incident response incident team can save millions. The bad news? Plenty of that.
More mea culpa from "rocked to its very foundations" Facebook as Zuckerberg insists it's not just about that pitiful FTC fine
The Facebook 'we've changed' messaging campaign continues apace...