By Barry Costin, Country Manager, MarkLogic Australia
People start the new calendar year in Australia and New Zealand with grand resolutions to drive change in their organisations. Whether it’s new initiatives, processes, projects, or technologies, legacy and digitally native companies will have differing priorities but there is some common ground.
There’s a crackdown happening across the globe with new laws aimed at giving control back to consumers over their personal data. Companies are, and will increasingly be, held responsible and accountable for the customer data they store and mine.
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