Let's Get Physical (less digital)

Nothing earth shattering but you may have noticed that I made a slight change in the list of categories displayed across the header of this website's pages. The topics of Marketing and Social Media have been removed and replaced with Experience Management as well as Vehicles (planes, trains, automobiles, and motorcycles). These changes are a reflection of my longstanding desire started two years ago to diversify the topics covered on the website socPub.

12 Additions You Should Make to Your Business Site

Have you ever visited a website that created a strong impression and made you want to return again? What is that special formula that makes one site appealing and another boring? A basic website includes some features you'll see over and over again. You can expect a navigation bar, a footer and content. However, you can make a number of simple additions to a business website that enhance the user experience (UX) and help your site stand out from the competition.

Tips To Optimize Your Web Form For Mobile Devices

Mobile devices are increasingly fulfilling more functions. Not only do they serve us to make calls and send text messages, but they also serve us to listen to music, organize our daily activities, play and surf the internet. Due to the great importance that mobile devices are acquiring in our daily lives, web design and apps designed by app development companies have undergone major changes and have had to adapt to the new needs of users.

5 Cost-Effective Ways to Ensure Data Security for Your Business Raul Harman Wed, 11/13/2019 - 06:47

Cybersecurity is a big issue nowadays for companies of all sizes, simply due to the sheer number of active web users in the modern online world. The more companies are expanding into digital marketplaces to reach the online consumer base, the higher the probability of cyber-attacks and nefarious online activity becomes. This should come as no surprise, especially considering the fact that nine in ten cybersecurity leaders are concerned about the sharp and sudden rise of cybersecurity threats in the current digital climate. 

Mobile applications: What is the age of mobile-ready to surprise us with?

A recent survey by SurveyMonkey pointed to a long-noticeable jump in the popularity of mobile applications in comparison with familiar websites. Stunning 962.5% - this is the result of the transformation of 8 billion invested in the industry into 77 billion. With a high probability, by the end of 2020, this figure will exceed 100+ billion. Already, iTunes and the Google Play Store are offering us to install 4.3 million applications, and this is not the limit - the number of mobile clients continues to grow exponentially.

Rallying cry needed to beat CX slump

New York, NY: 12 November 2019 - The gap between Customer Experience (CX) Leaders and Laggards is widening according to the newly published State of Customer Experience 2019 report. Many Customer Experience teams are struggling to prove the value of their programs, and investment is being threatened. The results of the survey indicate that in order to reverse the trend practitioners need to embrace both CX evolution and CX revolution.

How to host a mobile app? Let’s understand web app hosting in detail Ritesh Patil Sat, 11/09/2019 - 08:10

Smartphone applications can not exist in vacuum. Expect for the most basic utility and game types of applications, mobile applications rarely work in standalone mode. They require network access to get various types of information. For example, if you are creating a location based deals application, to retrieve the deals pertaining to an area, the application will need some sort of server access. Typically such application will gather the user location information and then it will access a web service to get deals for the location.

The Tesla Model 3 is just a Car which is Good News for EV Industry

A few days ago, there was a MarketWatch article published that summarized the difficulties Tesla's competitors are having going electric. The article goes through a litany of companies in electric vehicle manufacturing having difficulty catching up to Tesla. Some of the companies include Volkswagen, Jaguar, Dyson (yes that Dyson), GM, Porche, Toyota, Kia, China's Nio, etc. The article even includes mention of Harley-Davidson briefly halting production of its LiveWire electric motorcycle due to charging issues via low-voltage home outlets.

IGEL’s Linux-Based Edge OS to Support Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop Real Wire Tue, 11/05/2019 - 06:14

Reading, UK. November 5, 2019 – IGEL, provider of a next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces, today announced that its Linux-based IGEL OS will support Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop customers, enabling enterprises to centrally manage, control and secure thousands of endpoint devices. As a supporting vendor for Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop value-added partner program “early adopters,” IGEL is among the recommended Microsoft ecosystem partners for customers deploying Windows Virtual Desktop at scale.

Bike Taxi App Development: Everything You Need To Know

On-demand transportation may have become synonymous with taxi booking apps like Uber, Lyft, Didi, Ola, Careem, etc. However, mobile app powered transportation has continued to expand into new segments with practical use cases.

Hailing a cab on-demand by making a few taps on a mobile device is great, but how about doing the same for calling a motorbike?

Just like you hail an Uber, you can use a bike taxi app and request a bike ride to your destination. You may ask why you would want to drop the comfort of traveling in an AC car. But when you want to travel fast and cheap, nothing beats a 2-wheeler option like a bike.