As part of our Fleet For Growing Businesses hub and A-Z of key business fleet terms, Real World Fuel Economy is our next key topic of consideration.
While GDPR will penalise companies for lengthy terms and conditions, it’s also up to the customer to read them. You may otherwise end up agreeing to clean portaloos.
Ofcom has recently set out its expectations of mobile network providers applying to its spectrum auction in 2.3GHz and 3.4GHz bands – a move it hopes will boost competition and get the world ready for an expected rise in data traffic.
While conceived and issued in Europe, GDPR cannot be ignored by UK businesses. And given its complex nature. it’s best to ensure data compliance earlier rather than later. But some bosses still aren’t sure which regulations they’re subject to.
At a point in time where data protection legislation is about to get stricter, only 43 per cent of businesses store customer data in a dedicated CRM – and it will risk customer experience.
May 2018 will see the implementation of GDPR. This new legislation will change businesses’ legal responsibilities in the management of data – and being legally compliant will help you avoid some hefty fines.
For those looking to implement GDPR ahead of time, here’s a quick round up of the steps you should be looking to take.
We canvassed the business landscape for opinion on the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats’ manifesto pledges to introduce ethnic pay gap reporting.
We are less than one year away from the EU’s new data protection law, which begs the question of whether businesses are GDPR ready. Sarah Thompson of McGuireWoods summarises where we are now and provides some fast facts.
It may seem overwhelming, but tackling the EU GDPR strategically and logically will make the task more manageable for businesses.
It’s time for companies to stop making assumptions about customers behaviour and interests, and start making use of location insights.
For the last 20 years, brands have followed consumers around the internet, surfacing spammy retargeting ads for products they already have. This kind of “personalisation” has been driven by a use of browser cookies and mobile IDs – and needs to end. Instead, all hail permission-based marketing.