Data collection news stories
Nozomi Networks, Siemens reveal software integration
Nozomi Networks and Siemens have extended their partnership by embedding Nozomi Networks’ software into the Siemens Scalance LPE local processing engine.
Study: Rideshare apps hungry for customers personal data
Data has revealed the most data-hungry rideshare apps on the market, along with other surprising results around their safety and reliability.
Forrester analysts comment on privacy practices ahead of International Privacy Day
Forrester's analysts share insights ahead of International Privacy Day on how privacy is now a priority for nearly every company worldwide.
OnRobot makes software debut with the WebLytics solution
OnRobot, the maker of plug-and-produce robotics tools for collaborative applications, has launched the WebLytics software solution to enhance productivity and minimise downtime.
Business leaders and employees disagree on the future of work
Business leaders are significantly more satisfied with how they have adjusted to new working norms than employees, new research has revealed.
Kiwis have a strong distrust over how companies use their personal data
The majority of New Zealanders are concerned about data privacy, with 53% stating companies are requesting too much personal information.
Highly accurate AWS machine learning based handwritten document scanner
ARQ Group has launched new tools built on AWS to improve the accuracy of digitised handwriting.
Kiwi start up FileInvite raises $2.3 million to target US financial services sustomers
FileInvite is a document and data collection engine that looks to improve customer experience and employee productivity.
72% of business leaders fear data exploitation, Fujitsu survey shows
A recent Fujitsu survey of 900 CxO’s reveals the state of digital transformation across nine countries.
How process automation improves efficiency for Parks Victoria
Microsoft brings new efficiency to Parks Victoria with ParkConnect, a centralised management system for employees and stakeholders.
New panoramic video conference camera by Jabra
The PanaCast is made for huddle rooms and spaces, delivering wall-to-wall video and audio, and data that is critical for modern video collaboration.
Who's watching you?
With privacy an increasing concern amongst the public, users should be more aware than ever of what personal data companies hold.
Gartner: Marketing personalisation can be make or break
A Gartner survey shows brands risk losing 38% of customers because of poor marketing personalisation efforts.
Germany watchdog calls out Facebook's 'abuse of power'
Bundeskartellamt asserts that Facebook must ask for consent from all users to collect data from within Facebook-owned services and third party websites – or face heavy restrictions on data collection.
Building customer trust is paramount as data breaches become more common
Digital trust is no longer solely about firewalls and encryption. It reflects an organisation’s character.
What is your data used for? Gaining trust with a Data Dial
New Zealanders want to know in clear terms what information about them is being collected, how it will be used.