PAOGA has spent considerable time developing Web Services to allow individuals to manage content and access to their personal information ‘under your control, with your consent, for your benefit’.We described this as SRM (Supplier Relationship Management), the response to CRM which is delivering diminishing returns to enterprises and significantly increased costs and legal liabilities. The [...]
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The year when social media means business Clement James at VNU reports that ‘analysts expect to see changes this year in the way social media is used and an increase in its effect on business’.Will Beresford, strategy director at Beyond Analysis, believes that traditional search engines will become increasingly less relevant to the consumer and [...]
Jeremy Vine on Radio 2 today interviewed Simon Davies of Privacy International and a number of victims of identity ‘mugging’ who explained not only how easy it was for the data mugger but also how difficult it was to re-establish their credit ratings, as long as 2 years, and how disinterested the authorities responded to this [...]
I attended the European Leadership Forum 2007 by BusinessWeek at Claridges yesterday.There were a number of interesting Keynotes and topics including Jim Murphy, minister for Europe, extolling the virtues of commitment to Europe until someone asked him why, in that case, the UK hadn’t adopted the Euro, at which point it sort of fell apart. [...]
There is a new, disruptive, global move afoot which will change the relationships between individuals and suppliers – for good.Vendor Relationship Management (VRM) is the response to the ubiquitous and controlling CRM systems that enterprises have been using for years to collect and ‘capture’ information about you and me.If an individual wants to transact in [...]
An article by Iain Thomson, vnunet.com 24 Jul 2007 illustrates recent developments in ID theft.On a more serious note, see his earlier article revealing that 4 million UK users hit by ID theft with average losses of £3,000 and the research that the growing concerns of the user are resulting in avoidance of online transactions.
Identity Trust is a group of individuals who recognise the importance of ‘an independant 3rd party’ to act as a trusted intermediary between individuals and organisations to the benefit of both.A recent teleconference covered Project VRM and Joe Andrieu blogged some interesting comments on Data Stores and User Centricity.
In a speech to launch his annual report Richard Thomas called on UK chief executives to take the security of employees’ and customers’ personal information more seriously. The call follows a number of unacceptable security breaches over the last year, involving leading names such as Orange and several high street banks. He said, ‘Over the [...]
There was an interesting article in The Times today revealing that a survey by Populus shows that security of personal information and identity is a major issue for the banks’ customers, second only to service.This comes as no surprise to us at PAOGA as we have long advocated that ‘protecting my information as well as [...]
Photo courtesy of David Soskin – CEO Howzat Media and a review by David Tebbutt I am pleased to be one of the panelists at this important Library House event on June 27th.The key themes are: The web on the move: where is it heading? Bringing people together: the next wave of online communities Using [...]
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