Back in 2015, our CEO, Sze Wong, wrote about the future of data privacy and the importance of “trust no one” security measures. At this point in time, large companies were beginning to realize the value of customer data, while finding ways to use it to their benefit (and the benefit of their customers). The thought was, the more data that was collected, the more customized and “intelligent,” services and products could become.
It’s hard to figure out where you’re going without a roadmap. Right?
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We aren’t a group of people used to bringing up the “good old days” so often, because, in the world of technology, most advancements have pushed our capabilities, and society as a whole, forward in good ways.
The government – and governments around the world – are picking up on a trend that consumers have been noticing for some time. As various technologies increase, previously privileged, private information seems to be more available, and less privileged, than ever before.
Certain, “one-task” solutions are great.
When you’re new to a software or technology, or need to make a change to an existing form or process, the potential for error might seem great enough to stop you from even giving it a try. You see, often, when we change one thing – processes that seem to be unrelated suddenly fail to operate as planned. You might call it the “domino” effect.