WinMagic Releases SecureDoc Enterprise Server 8.3

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada – February 12, 2019 – WinMagic, an award-winning encryption and key management solution provider, is today announcing the availability of SecureDoc Enterprise Server 8.3. The latest release includes new product features and functionality as part of the tract of continuous experience improvements for SecureDoc users.

Legacy applications pose serious cybersecurity risks to hospitals warns BridgeHead

HIMSS19, Orlando – 12 February 2019: Today sees the launch of a new white paper entitled, “Legacy Applications: A Healthcare Cybersecurity Nightmare” co-authored by clinical and cybersecurity consultancy, AbedGraham, and healthcare data management specialists, BridgeHead Software.

Report: 88% of UK Businesses Surveyed Have Been Breached During the Last 12 Months

Reading, UK, 11th February 2019: Carbon Black (NASDAQ: CBLK), a leader in next-generation endpoint security delivered via the cloud, today released the results of its second UK Threat Report. The research indicates that the UK’s cyber threat environment is intensifying. According to the report, attacks are growing in volume, and the average number of breaches has increased. The report analyses survey results from different vertical sectors, organisation sizes and IT team sizes to build a picture of the modern attack and cyber defence landscape in the UK.

Key survey research findings:

Bryan Ruby's Last Google Post Bryan Ruby Thu, 02/07/2019 - 06:55

Last weekend, I submitted my last Google+ post. From here on out, I won't be actively monitoring the platform given the expected demise of Google+. This is what I posted:

This is likely my last Google+ post but I don't plan to delete my Google+ account until February 28, 2019

Unless something significant happens, I don't plan to post again on Google+. It doesn't seem logical to invest my time and effort to post something we all know will be deleted in a couple months. I may leave a comment here or there on G+ but that's about it.

Study: Social media has the least influence on retail technology purchases

London, 6th February 2019 – Insight driven Tech PR Agency, CCgroup, today released the findings of its primary research study “How to influence retail technology buyers”. The results, collected from over 30 tier one (turnover above £500m) and tier two (turnover between £30-£500m) UK retailers, identified the information most important to decisionmakers when longlisting, shortlisting and purchasing from a potential technology vendor. port found that 42% of respondents would use industry analyst reports during shortlisting phase, making it the most influential content type.

5 Simple yet Effective Practices for Maximizing Your Ecommerce Customer Service Raul Harman Tue, 02/05/2019 - 16:26

The Ecommerce industry is, for all its lucrative potential, a highly competitive field. Thousands upon thousands of online stores are battling it out for the love and affection of the ever-growing consumer market every single day – so how do you plan to stand out? The truth is that there are several key ways your Ecommerce store can separate itself from the herd, of which smart branding and stellar customer service present the winning combination for long-term success.

Digital workspace growth is being hampered by a lack of clear strategy, says new research from SoftwareONE

A new research report produced by SoftwareONE, a global leader in software and cloud portfolio management, has revealed that the majority of organizations (58%) do not have a clearly defined strategy in place when it comes to adopting and integrating digital workspace technology. This indicates how, in many organizations, implementing and making use of such technology is still being carried out in something of a haphazard manner, meaning that they will struggle to truly maximize its potential unless they take steps to overhaul their strategic approach.

Study: Online fashion shoppers now spend more on mobile than desktop: 46% vs 44%

New research suggests that online fashion shoppers globally now spend more on mobile than desktop: 46% v 44%[1]. But with each visitor spending nearly 30% less time on a site when they come via mobile than they do on desktop, retailers face the key challenge of optimizing the mobile experience so shoppers can browse their sites quickly, find exactly what they are looking for and leave having made a purchase. 

These are the key findings of a new global study of ecommerce in fashion from Nosto, the ecommerce personalization and retail AI platform. The research is based on an analysis of 1.2 billion visits to fashion ecommerce websites globally over the whole of 2018. 

8 Traits of a Successful E-Commerce Business

The low overhead of Internet real estate makes it the perfect place to have a business presence. However, some online stores seem to languish, while others thrive. What factors make one e-commerce store more successful than another?

Around 63 percent of Internet users around the world have purchased something online. The number grows every year, with predictions for 65.2 percent by 2021. Now is the time to look at your e-commerce site and mimic eight traits of the most successful online retailers.