Posted by: Karen Goulart
Have you ever felt like you were being watched? Well, get used to it. More and more retailers are getting sophisticated with their data collection programs. From mobile device tracking to old-fashioned video surveillance, in some places the moment you step into a store the race is on to find out as much about you and your shopping habits as possible until you step back outside. A prime example of the creepy data grabbing capabilities retailers have access to today can be found in this week’s lead Searchlight item. It’s a piece from The New York Times that focuses on some super spy ops at Nordstrom’s and the technology that enabled it. Plus, watch out for malware in wearable devices, a new cloud survey shows CIOs have bigger fear than security, pro-tips to speed up your workday and more.