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Digital Transformation – Technology as the Enabler, Not the Reason

October 26, 2018
Posted in: Analyst viewpoint, blockchain, Uncategorised

At Gospel we have developed what IDC states as the “first practical enterprise application of blockchain”. In addition we have been humbled and excited to be the first investment by IA Ventures and Salesforce Ventures in blockchain. These are great accolades and something that confirms our ‘purpose’: ‘To provide all industries with trusted inter-enterprise data…


May the Dreamforce be with you… first month at Gospel Technology

October 16, 2018
Posted in: Uncategorised

“Morning Matt” said the new boss on the Thursday of my second week. “You ok to go to San Francisco to the Salesforce Dreamforce event in 10 days?” “Er sure yeah. If you’re happy I can handle it, I’m happy to go.” Not doubting the senior management team’s faith in my ability but part of…

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Data Loss Prevention (DLP) – Hasn’t the penny dropped yet?!

October 11, 2018
Posted in: blockchain, privacy, security, Trust, Uncategorised

Enterprise businesses spent ~$1billion on DLP related products in 2017, with estimates from a variety of analyst experts saying it could grow to $1.4-$5.4 billion by 2021. So we can agree that it’s a growing business. If DLP products have since 2006 continually been built primarily to stop data loss from happening, why was 2017…


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…

"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