Peggy talks about security best practices and laws from the Australian government and California, as well as details a new 2019 payment security report. Businesses that depend on payment security need to look at common pitfalls for compliance and common best practices. Emily Lyons Soelberg, of AT&T, discusses LPWA, NB-IoT, and LTE-M. Ways that customers are benefiting from the 5G standard. How to inspire other women in technology. The Relationship Economy: Building Strong Customer Connections in the Digital Age

1 Security Practices Abound
Peggy talks about security best practices and laws from the Australian government and California, as well as details a new 2019 payment security report. She says California is the first of its kind in this country and it will set the tone for 2020 in terms of the IoT (Internet of Things) security. She also suggests businesses that depend on payment security need to look at common pitfalls for compliance and common best practices.
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2 Strategies for Connectivity
Peggy and Emily Lyons Soelberg, vice president, product management – Internet of Things, AT&T, discuss LPWA, NB-IoT, and LTE-M, and the benefits. She explains LPWA is one of the early ways that customers are benefiting from the 5G standard. They also discuss security, strategies for how customers can get started with 5G, and how to inspire other women in the space.
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3 The Relationship Economy
Peggy and John Dijulius, author, The Relationship Economy: Building Strong Customer Connections in the Digital Age, discuss what the relationship economy is, saying the primary currency is the emotional relationship made with the customer, where price is irrelevant. He adds that today’s illiterate are those who have an inability to make a meaningful connection with others and there has come a lack of relationship building skills with the advent of technology.
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