8P-Design presents its selection of articles on the latest digital news:
- Microsoft Build: Detailed return on the 2020 edition
- Communication: 14 new Facebook training courses for businesses
- Security breach at the European Parliament: 16,000 people exposed
- AI and customer experience: what is it really like?
- The European Data Protection Board speaks out on cookie walls and consent to scroll
Microsoft Build: Detailed return on the 2020 edition
Original title: "Microsoft Build: deciphering the highlights of the flagship developer event" - Moderator's Blog
Information: French, Conference May 20th, 2020
Go through the highlights of the Microsoft Build web conference with this interview of Xavier Perret, director of the Azure entity in France.
Communication: 14 new Facebook training courses for businesses
Original title: "Facebook: 14 new training courses to help businesses communicate online" - Moderator's blog
Information: French, Training, May 25, 2020
Blueprint, the free training program offered by the giant Facebook has just released 14 new learning themes for businesses. On the program: social media management, marketing strategy and even a publication calendar.
Security breach at the European Parliament: 16,000 people exposed
Original title: "The data of 16,000 people linked to the European Parliament have been exposed" - Digital age
Information: French, Security breach, May 20th, 2020
The European Parliament was the victim on May 16 of a major security breach. Data from 16,000 people was exposed. Among those mainly concerned: journalists, administrative staff and members of political parties.
AI and customer experience: what is it really like?
Original title: "AI and customer experience: when investment alone is not enough." - Co-marketing news
Information: French, Artificial Intelligence, May 27, 2020
Artificial intelligence is installed in the majority of marketing strategies these days. But how do you make the most of this new technology? This article will show you how to make good use of AI and what the limits of this practice are.
The European Data Protection Board speaks out on cookie walls and consent to scroll
Original title: "Cookie wall, consent to scroll: clarifications from the European Data Protection Board" - Blog of the moderator
Information: French, Regulation, May 07th, 2020
The European Data Protection Board updates its directives regarding cookie walls and consent to scroll. Take a look to verify that your website is still in compliance!
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