Apple recently introduced major changes for iOS 13 location permissions. With the updates, iOS will now use random pop-up notifications to inform users that the “app has used your location ‘x’ number of times in the background”, and users can decide if they want to continue permitting the app to have access to their location.
Disruptive – a term that inspires startups, attracts investors, and haunts conventional business. Over the past decade, we’ve seen a number of industries turned upside down by an injection of ingenuity and private capital. As a result, the giants of every major industry are becoming increasingly more cognizant of the potential for disruption and the need to adopt new, innovative solutions to remain not only ahead of competition, but relevant, as their industries evolve.
Since the inception of the internet, we have been led to believe that if we want to receive personal services, we must surrender our private information to the hands of the internet giants.
Most customers want and have come to expect great deals from their favorite retailers and brands. But unless the offers are relevant, even the best deals are ignored. A preferred sportswear store touting 30% off on all Nike running shoes has little value for a customer who is only into Yoga.
After more than a decade of either willingly or unwittingly having their personal data collected as the price for admission for marketing offers and social platforms, users are understandably wary. In fact, a Marketo study of consumers and businesses announced in May found that 75 percent of European consumers are concerned about the extent of personal information companies might have access to, and just 42 percent of Europeans trust companies to use their personal information responsibly.