The digital revolution has truly become a global phenomenon. In the European Union, Internet penetration reaches over 80 percent , with some countries reaching well above 90 percent. In China, there are 731 million internet users , representing only 53 percent of the population — leaving plenty of room for growth.
Enterprises are reportedly completely unprepared for cyber-security incidents according to the annual Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR) announced by NTT Com Security, an NTT Group company. The 2016 GTIR report revealed that despite a rise in security attacks and data breaches, 77 percent of organizations fall into the… [[ This is a content summary only.
Optimizing to acquire users on a local level is not completely different from doing so for the global desktop experience but there are some key differences. Google recently provided some updated guidance on how it determines a company's local ranking and if you're optimizing for a specific geographic area, it is information that should… [[ This is a content summary only.
As the shopping season approaches, chargebacks remain top of mind with retailers. Chargeback prevention and mitigation solution Global Risk Technologies and risk management and fraud prevention software Inform GmbH, however, have announced a partnership that will provide merchants in Europe and the U.S.
By: Ron Hadler, Red Door Interactive According to a recent report released by Global Web Index, 91 percent of adult Internet users own a PC/laptop, 47 percent have a tablet and 80 percent own a smartphone. These numbers reiterate the importance of companies providing experiences across multiple devices. With more website views occurring from…
With new technologies coming out every day enterprises will inevitably face the difficult challenge of upgrading their systems. OpenLegacy, a standards-based open source development platform, has announced the global rollout of its open source platform designed to help enterprises integrate their legacy IT systems. For those not familiar,..
U.S. retailers looking to grow their business globally may want to start with Canada, as a new report from Borderfree suggests Canada is a top market for U.S. retailers due to Canadians’ frequent tourism to the U.S.