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Executive Briefing

February 27, 2019
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Click on this link and register to attend our first 2019 executive briefing to discuss how our approach to trusted data has been accepted by some of the largest corporations worldwide

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Blockchain Blockparty

February 7, 2019
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‘Welcome to Blockchain Evening, Come talk Blockchain to Gospel Technology and up to 150 other likeminded business professionals in the North East

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Practical magic – housing technology for today

January 24, 2019
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Had enough of all the ‘blue sky thinking’ and ‘future gazing’ at expensive technology that may or may not be of benefit to the housing world in 20 years’ time? Come listen to Kevin Bailey Director, GTM Strategy as he presents ‘Setting Stronger Data Foundations in Housing with Blockchain’ Register at: Practical Magic ~Housing Technology…

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How do you create absolute trust in an untrusted environment?

August 3, 2018
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Trust in your Enterprise is Gospel’s tagline – but what do we actually mean by trust?  Trust is a concept that can have many levels of certainty and usually relies on some sort of faith.  So how do you create absolute trust using technology with no risk of betrayal?  Trent Kalisch-Smith explains some of the…

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The Data Paradox – how traditional infrastructure is causing digital distress

July 27, 2018
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Traditional models of data management have concentrated on keeping data tightly secured and contained within silos, buried under layers of complex tools and processes aimed at preventing it from reaching would-be malicious parties. Clearly, as the number of high profile data breaches rise, something isn’t working.   In the digital age, employees need to use…

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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