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Morning Money: The future of advertising – Craig Tuck of RadiumOne looks into the challenges involved

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Morning Money: The future of advertising – Craig Tuck of RadiumOne looks into the challenges involved
The longer-term future for the advertising industry is very different, as we spend much of our time on mobiles, tablets and watching streamed content. Already advertisers are using every kind of hi-tech digital tool to plan and measure their campaigns to get their messages to customers. But the changes are said to have caused a growing gulf between the old-school creatives who come up with the campaigns and the tech people who are needed to deliver the ads. RadiumOne has launched a new division to explicitly deal with this issue, and Share Radio spoke with the European MD of the company, Craig Tuck, who joined us to talk about the future of advertising.
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Chris Bailey, Craig Tuck


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Morning Money: Would you take a selfie to secure your bank account?

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Morning Money: Would you take a selfie to secure your bank account?
Many banks are looking into new ways to replace the password. But is the tech contained in our smartphones good enough to protect our assets, or is this another fad being leapt on by banks trying to appeal to the younger and tech savvy generation? Matt Cox spoke to Meaghan Johnson, Co-Founder and Director of Research at fintech thinktank 11:FS, about why there is so much interest in this area.
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Matt Cox, Meaghan Johnson


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Morning Money: Tesla announces “self-driving” hardware on all new cars

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Morning Money: Tesla announces “self-driving” hardware on all new cars
Tesla has announced that all cars it now builds will have the hardware needed to be "self-driving". The electric carmaker, headed up by Elon Musk, is planning on including vital equipment such as cameras, sensors and forms of radar. To find out the implications of this announcement, Matt Cox spoke to David Bailey, Professor of Industry at Aston Business School.
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Matt Cox, Professor David Bailey


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Morning Money: Why is Snapchat so valuable?

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Morning Money: Why is Snapchat so valuable?
Social media app Snapchat could soon be publicly owned, with the initial public offering set to value the company at £20.5 billion. It comes after its owner Snap Inc. reportedly settled on Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to underwrite the IPO, which is being referred to as a 'mega-unicorn', a term reserved for any companies valued at over $10 billion. Share Radio's Joe Aldridge spoke to Tech Consultant Chris Green about the company's plan.
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Rachel Winter, Joe Aldridge


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Morning Money: How can we bridge the divide between IT departments and senior managers?

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Morning Money: How can we bridge the divide between IT departments and senior managers?
A new research from Palo Alto Networks highlighted that 51% of IT security professionals find it difficult to communicate with senior management around security incidents. Greg Day, VP & Chief Security Officer at EMEA, Palo Alto Networks, discusses this issue.
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Rachel Winter, Greg Day


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Morning Money: The $100 billion Softbank/Saudi Arabia Tech Fund plan

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Morning Money: The $100 billion Softbank/Saudi Arabia Tech Fund plan
The joined $100 billion technology investment fund between Saudi Arabia's top sovereign wealth fund and Japan's SoftBank Group has the potential to change the investment landscape. The new London-based fund could at current levels account for roughly a fifth of all such global venture capital investment. Seijiro Takeshita, Professor of Management and Information at University of Shizuoka, Japan, discusses the plan.
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Rachel Winter, Dr Seijiro Takeshita


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Morning Money: Sony releases its Playstation VR Headset today. But is it a gimmick or gaming revolution? Matt Cox found out more

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Morning Money: Sony releases its Playstation VR Headset today. But is it a gimmick or gaming revolution? Matt Cox found out more
Sony are the latest tech company to bring out a Virtual reality device. The Playstation VR Headset is released today in the UK, but concerns are still ongoing around whether the public are interested in the technology, and if there's enough content to keep this area of the entertainment industry afloat. So, gimmick or gaming revolution? Matt Cox spoke to tech consultant Chris Green to find out.
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Matt Cox


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Will blockchain technology be a boom for Britain?

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Will blockchain technology be a boom for Britain?
Blockchain technology seems to be the prize many financial institutions are chasing, but why? From big banks to Fintech startups, creating a mainstream blockchain technology is the goal. The Blockchain Summit held in London today is a further testament to this, where delegates will discuss the next steps and long term impacts. So what's standing in the way of this technology serving the public, and do we really need it? To find out more, Matt Cox spoke to Garrick Hileman, a monetary innovation researcher and Economic Historian at the University of Cambridge and London School of Economics.
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Chris Bailey, Matt Cox, Garrick Hileman


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How can technology transform real estate? Tom Carroll discusses JLL's new report.

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How can technology transform real estate? Tom Carroll discusses JLL's new report.
Talk property and tech and we tend to think of perhaps being able to sell a house via an online company, but tech is changing the entire property management landscape. For example, think smart buildings, highly connected spaces you can live and work in which could allow for better management of property. Tom Carroll, is head of EMEA corporate research at JLL, who are about to publish a major report on how technology can and is transforming real estate. He joined Share Radio to discuss the moves in this sector.
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Chris Bailey, Tom Carroll


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Morning Money: Yahoo email scanning scandal - will this further damage the business?

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Morning Money: Yahoo email scanning scandal - will this further damage the business?
Reuters revealed that tech company Yahoo had secretly scanned millions of its users' email accounts on behalf of the US government, the first case to surface of a U.S. Internet company agreeing to a request to searching all arriving messages, as opposed to examining stored messages. The latest allegations come less than two weeks after Yahoo said hackers had stolen millions of users' data. To understand the reasons behind this compliance with the US government and the consequences for Yahoo, Matt Cox spoke to Oliver Smith, senior tech reporter at The Memo.
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Matt Cox, Oliver Smith


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