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What can banks learn from the Ashley Madison affair?

So we’ve all seen the headlines about Ashley Madison, the adulterer's website as it’s nicknamed.  Here’s a taste of what the site’s attitude is like (this is a real advert, not a spoof): It was the central focus of the film Men, Women & Children, which came out late last …

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Banks in the new Wild West: agents of data

In the days of the Wild West, there was gold in the hills.  Today, it’s in the databases and onto another discussion of Big Data. This time it was over dinner and I began by outlining the case for the relevance of Big Data for Banks. Much of this was …

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Banks in the new Wild West: agents of data

In the days of the Wild West, there was gold in the hills.  Today, it’s in the databases and onto another discussion of Big Data. This time it was over dinner and I began by outlining the case for the relevance of Big Data for Banks. Much of this was …

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Banks are just data vaults

There have been several themes I’ve explored on the blog lately that are the foundations of my latest presentations: Mobile is irrelevant, it’s the behaviours that are key Money is meaningless, it’s the data that is important Capitalism is dead, we are now ruled by social capitalism  Privacy has gone …

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Banks are just data vaults

There have been several themes I’ve explored on the blog lately that are the foundations of my latest presentations: Mobile is irrelevant, it’s the behaviours that are key Money is meaningless, it’s the data that is important Capitalism is dead, we are now ruled by social capitalism  Privacy has gone …

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Data can be currency, just like salt

We are living in times where I often talk about data being our new currency, and that data is more valuable than money or gold in the context of modern life. This may sound like a joke, but historically we have often migrated value and meaning from different objects as …

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Data can be currency, just like salt

We are living in times where I often talk about data being our new currency, and that data is more valuable than money or gold in the context of modern life. This may sound like a joke, but historically we have often migrated value and meaning from different objects as …

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Banks are just safe keepers of data

Just sat through the first innotribe Long Now discussion and it proved to be interesting. A small but nicely formed crowd gathered and we talked about banking for the next century and investing in the world for the next millennia. It all seems fairly esoteric maybe, but it did have …

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