Category: Data & Insight

Privacy

The end of the EU-US Privacy Shield scheme – One aspect of a larger problem with ‘sensitive data’ transfer between the UK and the EU

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has just rendered the EU-USA Privacy Shield invalid. This is what allows EU members to move data to the USA without worrying about GDPR. How are UK companies going to navigate this monumental shift when the transition out of the EU concludes at the end of 2020? Bloor Practice Lead David Norfolk provides some potential avenues.

Covid-19 and IT

Contributor and Bloor Research Director Philip Howard is impressed with what a lot of IT vendors are doing to support the fight against Covid-19, including SAS and the CovidGraph project.

What is the impact of a poor data culture?

In this blog, I want to look at how a poor data culture can impact on staff in your organization. Most of the articles I write focus on what you...

Disrupting with Data

This week David Savage speaks with Jasmit Sagoo, Head of Technology EU, at Veritas. Jasmit shares how Veritas is helping customers get the most from their data, as well as the trends in the data space and how organisations are transforming to disrupt with data.

How To Find The Right Data Owners

One of the most frequent questions I get asked is how to find the right people to be the Data Owners. Anyone who has ever tried to implement Data Governance understands how important it is to have the correct people in these roles, but it can be hard to actually identify them. In this article Nicola shares a simple approach for identifying the correct data owners.

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