As high street shops close, retailers also fail to control online customer churn Real Wire Tue, 10/22/2019 - 04:27

London, UK, 22nd October, 2019: A recent survey of 500 retailers sponsored by Eggplant, the digital experience specialist, revealed the pressures facing online digital teams in advance of busy retail season. While 92% of digital teams are focused on business outcomes and an omnichannel experience that delights, 60% fail to measure customer churn - even though around one in three (30%) have an average drop off rate of 50% or more on online properties.

This follows recent reports that nearly 3,000 shops shut on UK high streets in the first half of this year and in July the proportion of all shops that are empty reached 10.3%, its highest level since January 2015.

Uber for Trucks: A list of popular on-demand trucking startups across the globe Ritesh Patil Sun, 10/20/2019 - 12:42

It seems that we have applied the on-demand business model to almost anything we could lay our eyes upon – cab bookings, doctor appointments, movie tickets, home services, food delivery – the list is endless.

The latest addition to the on-demand economy are the Uber for trucking companies. You can simply use a mobile app to get access to trucks and drivers who help you to move your stuff. The service is also available for enterprises who can increase the efficiency of their supply chain and cut down logistics costs.

How Small Business Can Use Technology to Serve Their Customers Better

The process of achieving goals in a small business is often constrained by a lack of resources. This is particularly true as you try to create the best and lasting impression on the existing and potential clients.

Fortunately, you can utilize small business technology to serve your clients better and hence make significant profits. How can this be done? Well, here are the tips:

How to Protect Your Tech Business in 2020

No matter what type of business you run, there are risk factors you must navigate if you wish to maintain the same level of profit and growth. Tech businesses, in particular, may be susceptible to harm from interruptions such as hacking or power loss. Although there is potential for great profit in this sector, there is also the possibility that people could steal your ideas — not to mention fierce competition. A minor mishap can cause you to fall behind others selling the same or similar services or products.

Bryan Ruby: Winter Blogging is Coming

Summer is a distraction. While promises of consistent blogging are easy to make here in South Dakota when temperatures are below freezing, the true test of a blogger is spending time in front of the computer when the warm sunny skies of summer are on us. The successful blogger is one that posts consistently and routinely throughout the year. The ideal blogger puts the readers first before himself or herself. Regular readers of my blog already know this but for the record let me state it anyway, I'm not that blogger.

Choosing Between Native App & Hybrid App – An Overview

The dependence on smartphones is emerging day by day. As a result, software developers do not miss any chance to develop mobile apps for varied applications and offer those to users. The industry of mobile apps is mainly based on rapid development in the IoT market as it enables taking hold of more information that is utilized to optimize and improve the application features used by end-users.

Fraud alert: Popular video app Snaptube needs careful watching

London, October 17th, 2019 – Snaptube, a popular Android smartphone video app which claims some 40 million users, has been caught making millions of suspicious transactions without the knowledge of its users. The Snaptube app features the same piece of developer software code, Mango SDK, that was at the center of the Vidmate expose earlier this year - when another popular video app from a Chinese developer was found to be conducting mass scale advertising and premium services’ subscription fraud. Snaptube also displays a common traffic pattern and similar URLs and domains as those reported with Vidmate.

Trusted Computing Group accelerates cybersecurity innovation as world enters IoT era

Toronto, Canada, October 15, 2019 – Following 20 years of innovation and adoption of trusted computing standards and specifications, Trusted Computing Group is commemorating its 20th year anniversary whilst planning for the most critical time of all, the Internet of Things (IoT) era.

Celebrating its 20th anniversary at its Annual Members Meeting in Toronto, Canada, over 100 Trusted Computing Group member organizations are gathering to reflect on the critical progress TCG has made in improving secure computing across the world whilst identifying areas which need more action.

5 Tips to Secure Your Mobile Development Strategy

Although all predictions carry a dosage of unreliability in them, it can be said with high certainty that businesses will be increasingly mobile-oriented. It is not difficult to deduce why – by observing people around us as well as our own behavior, we can see that we use smartphones for everything from communication and searching for data to shopping.

These portable items rarely leave our sight so to approach the customers, businesses need to find their way to their many mobile apps. With that in mind, here are a few tips to help you choose the right steps for devising a successful mobile development strategy.