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Technology in the age of social responsibility

July 22, 2019
Posted in: Blog

With greater technological advancements comes greater responsibility. The responsibility of creating technology for good and using the vast amounts of data being generated to help the planet and its citizens. The world is at a turning point where we have more access to information at our fingertips than ever before. The question is: how will…

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Trends in enterprise digital transformation

July 8, 2019
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As we begin the second half of 2019, the pressure continues to mount for executives to plan and prioritise a successful digital transformation (DX) strategy. It’s something we’ve been hearing about in the industry for years, yet it can still seem an insurmountable task to fully transform your enterprise from legacy to modern IT architectures,…

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How to ensure authorised access to sensitive information

June 25, 2019
Posted in: Blog

If we look at the systems used to manage data sharing today, they tend to fall into two categories – file based, one-way sharing (i.e. I send you an Excel spreadsheet) and API based sharing (you call my system to update me). The first of these is a security nightmare; the second doesn’t always reflect…

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Life Enhancing Data

June 3, 2019
Posted in: Blog

Half of all Americans  have one or more chronic conditions — heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, arthritis and asthma, to name a few. Many chronic conditions arise from unhealthy lifestyles that include the usual suspects: poor diet, little or no exercise, and stress. These conditions account for the majority of deaths in the United States,…

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GDPR, Brexit and What the Future Holds for Data Privacy

May 30, 2019
Posted in: Blog

It’s now been a year since the introduction of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR for short, a defining law on data protection and privacy for individuals within the European Union, and the sharing of personal data outside of the EU. Yet, not long before these ground-breaking regulations came into effect the British…

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Gospel Technology Lands in San Francisco

April 29, 2019
Posted in: Blog

A new year, a new city! After the announcement of Salesforce Ventures’ investment in Gospel Technology last September, their first-ever investment in distributed ledger technology, Gospel Technology knew an expansion to the West Coast was on the horizon. This would allow them to leverage the opportunity to expand on the vision of advancing enterprise data sharing…

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Trust is the future of seamless travel

November 15, 2018
Posted in: Blog

Last week Gospel Technology attended the IBM Maximo Airport Summit at London’s Heathrow. Although in its ninth year, this was Gospel’s first time.  Matt Eldrett gives his thoughts on what was a fascinating insight into the current and future landscape of aviation ecosystems. Maximo is an Enterprise Asset Management software solution originally developed by Project Software…

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What can Gospel do to limit the damage of the insider threat?

November 1, 2018
Posted in: Blog

Last week the UK high court confirmed that Wm Morrisons, the large grocery retailer, was “vicariously liable” for the actions of a former employee who maliciously shared his (now former) colleagues’ details onto the internet, including names, home addresses and salaries. How could technology like Gospel’s help limit the criminal actions of people who deal…

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Trust: The future needs you to challenge the cause not its effect

October 9, 2018
Posted in: appraise, blockchain, Blog, privacy, security, Trust, Uncategorised

This is the first in a series of posts challenging the approaches that many organisations are having to implement in order to maintain the highest levels of data security, management and privacy. We put it to organisations that to build a strong relationship of trust between organisations and their customers, it is time for organisations…

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"The history of IBM is built on trust, and I think today in the world we are going through a crisis of trust"
Ginni Rometty IBM CEO