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What do I do with my HAT?
Gallery 13th January 2017 Uncategorised adam

So you’ve got your HAT, what do you do now? I thought I’ll pen a few notes to help you get started. First thing I did was to go to Rumpel, my private dashboard. On the top corner, you will see ‘New to Rumpel’. Click on it and it will give you an overview of
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HATDeX Business Solutions
Gallery 13th January 2017 Uncategorised adam

Organisations store and use a lot of personal data. This is necessary, because providing customers with services will inevitably result in the creation of the data. However, this comes with risks as well, because they would need to secure it and ensure it is private. These risks are not only costly, they also result in
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HATDeX Economic and Revenue Model
Gallery 13th January 2017 Uncategorised adam

HATDeX is tasked to manage and grow the HAT ecosystem. We are very clear that we must align our economic incentives with that of HAT users so that the more they benefit, the more we do. Since individuals benefit in ways that are also non financial (eg sharing things), we must also ensure that free
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Grab Your Data
Gallery 13th January 2017 Uncategorised adam

Signup and grab your HAT personal data manager today! https://hatters.hubofallthings.net Today’s world of connected things and connected people is propelling us towards the Internet-of-Everything. But is it really giving us better organisation and coordination of our lived lives1. No, not really. Because we can’t actually connect our data nor look at it all together. Only
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Customer Data – A Burning Platform
Gallery 13th January 2017 Uncategorised adam

Be an early adopter of HAT – contact HATDeX! http://hatdex.org or email enquiry@hatdex.org Lots of data opportunities going wasted The IoT isn’t smart. The advent of the Internet-of-Things (IoT) in today’s world of connected things and connected people has made it possible for firms to harvest lots of real-time customer data – information from people
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Why your data must be yours
Gallery 13th January 2017 Uncategorised adam

In modern society our data seems almost ethereal. It is a mysterious cloud of one’s and zero’s that pickpockets our phones and processes it to pinch our personality, prying through our private conversations, with enough vigor to promote paranoia… okay. I’ll go easy on the alliteration. But this data dystopia (sorry) we’ve found ourselves in
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