The Microsharing Economy

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Executive Summary: Space Utilization & Economic Value Opportunity

By Tom Jackson

Is “hidden” workplace vacancy eating your company’s profits?  

Most corporate real estate tenants are overspending on office space.

Two statistics support this finding.  In a study of more than 80 large employers, encompassing greater than 500 million square feet of space, almost 80% have vacancy rates associated with their office space of greater than 10%.  Beyond that, most have office space utilization of between 60% – 70%.

When you combine those two figures it reveals quite a gap between the capacity of […]

July 17th, 2018|

Data Ownership (Part II)

Data ownership (Part II) features Dr. Indranil Ghosh as he interviews Microshare CEO Ron Rock. Ron outlines a modern approach to privacy and data ownership.

June 20th, 2018|

Data Ownership and Privacy (Part I): Microshare CEO Ron Rock on How to Manage this Thoroughly Modern Challenge

Join Microshare CEO Ron Rock on how to manage this thoroughly modern challenge.

June 8th, 2018|

A 21st Century Framework for Data Ownership

By Ron Rock and Michael Moran

Executive Summary

Data is increasingly subject to ownership confusion – from individuals, companies, industries, and countries – and this confusion is acting as a barrier to the $1 trillion data marketplace that is emerging as this decade draws to a close.  Competent, compliant data sharing unlocks this barrier. Realizing the new value that data sharing unleashes through new revenue streams, transformed business models, operational efficiencies, and more, we first need to embrace a modern scalable data ownership framework.  With such a framework in […]

June 6th, 2018|

Microshare CEO says he can save Facebook’s business model

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PHILADELPHIA, March 28 – The peril that Facebook finds itself in must surely resonate with many companies whose business models depend on relatively free disposition of data harvested from customers behavior. This is particularly true of platform businesses, those that offer a means for their users to interact with an ecosystem of third-party products and services. Platform businesses include the likes of eBay, Uber, Google, Amazon, Salesforce, Twitter, […]

March 27th, 2018|
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