Five Ways To Navigate Privacy Issues In Wearable Computing
Consider Privacy Up Front When Developing A Wearables Strategy
August 1, 2014
Why Read This Report
Wearables are gaining popularity in both the consumer and enterprise worlds as they open up new technology-enhanced experiences — but with this ascension comes privacy concerns. For example, questions around privacy have followed Google Glass when it has been used by companies interacting with customers or by consumers. Yet a historical look at the emergence of new technologies shows that privacy fears often bedevil new categories of products. Whether you're thinking about wearables for use by customers or employees, infrastructure and operations professionals must plan for the privacy ramifications. In this report, we assess the state of wearables privacy using quantitative data from Forrester's Consumer Technographics® surveys, then lay out five steps you can take when beginning to pilot wearables solutions.
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Table of Contents
- Wearables Have Become A Privacy Battleground
- Consider Privacy A Key Pillar Of Wearables Strategies
- Make Privacy Part Of A Comprehensive Business Technology Approach
WHAT IT MEANS
- Privacy Concerns Won't Derail The Wearables Movement
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