About Bob Koblovsky

Bob is the Canada Country Manager at Inpixon. With a long-standing history of senior executive roles, he specializes in technology businesses, consulting, B2B, and turn-around strategies. In his spare time, Bob is an avid martial artist and instructor and conducts land training for local hockey teams.

The Shape of Data Protection: Mobile Device Management Intersects the Security Dome

The explosion in wireless technology and applications, smart portable devices, and the Internet of Things (IoT) has made our lives easier, businesses more productive, and access to data and each other ubiquitous. But, that same explosion brought with it increased opportunities for hacks, malware, data leakage, skimming, shimming, and eavesdropping at levels never seen before, leaving enterprises looking for ways to protect themselves.

On the Road from BYOD […]

Unpacking the Canadian Consumer Retail Research Report

Consumer Retail Shopping

The Canadian Consumer Retail Research Report, a recent study conducted in 2017 by WisePlum (also available through the Retail Council of Canada) set out to answer four basic questions:

  1. What drives preferences for where consumers purchase?
  2. Which drivers are within a retailers control? Which are not?
  3. […]
By |2018-05-10T14:11:24+00:00April 24th, 2018|Categories: Retail|Tags: , , , , , |

Acceptable vs. Creepy: Private Data Sharing Depends on Rewards

How many of you have seen Minority Report? There’s a scene where Tom Cruise is running through a mall. As he passes a digital sign, it shows him a strangely specific, personalized message extracted from his personal data profile. The first thought that came to mind was, “Wow, that’s cool”. Then I reverted to the emotional response: “That’s really creepy.”

But why do we feel that way?  Well, for one, we hear of retailers being […]