Toni Sekinah

Knowledge-based content manager

Toni is the senior features editor responsible for the origination of DataIQ's interviews, articles and blogs covering the adopting of data and analytics by organisations. 

Since joining in 2017, she has become a distinctive voice in the industry. Toni graduated in 2014 with an MA in Financial Journalism from City University London. She is also a certified and qualified massage therapist, scuba diver and English language teacher. She speaks fluent Spanish and set up

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Stephen Ingledew went to work at Standard Life ten years ago as the director of the distribution division. He was then promoted and tasked with managing regulatory compliance after Standard Life had... more
Phil Harvey has been a data wrangler since 2008, but only recently has he begun to call himself one. He explains that a data wrangler is similar to a data engineer, whose key role is to make data... more
Katryna Dow, founder and chief executive of personal information management service Meeco, was inspired to set up her company after watching a film. Personal information and data are the central... more
When it comes to corporations, individuals and data, it seems that their needs and wants are diametrically opposed. According to innovation consultant and digital marketer Nick Oliver, companies want... more
Here are two concepts you might need to get familiar with if you want a slice of the personal information economy (PIE) - “growth through trust” and “self-sovereign identity”.  The first is a... more
In August, Which? called for more stringent action against the directors of companies that make nuisance calls. In a blog post on its website, Alex Neill, director of campaigns and policy, said: “... more
Gary Richardson describes himself as a “dichotomy of a technologist”, focused on cutting-edge use of data technology driven by market-leading consumer products, but not a major user – he only signed... more