A survey commissioned by Tealeaf reveals 10 million online consumers in the UK made a transaction using a mobile device in the last year but, in what should be a convenient and simple way to shop, 83% of these experienced problems when conducting such mobile transactions.
Thin client technology was developed over ten years ago to work in a closed corporate environment but the trend towards cloud computing means that a high proportion of information is now accessible via the public Internet. By Marc Hocking
Current compliance methods are reactive and do little to improve security; rather, they can introduce a documentation and procedural burden that actually hinders security. By Simon Edwards
An effective DLP solution must not only be accurate, it must be easy to deploy and simple to manage. By Lior Arbel
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) was established to create a secure environment in which consumers can engage in protective e-commerce, reducing data risk from increasing threats of internet shopping and potentially unsafe wireless technologies. By Gerard Curtin
If you have not implemented some sort of cloud computing in your organisation by now, it is very likely that someone else is thinking about it. By Steve Durbin
The websites of UK retailers are failing to meet consumer expectations according to an EPiServer study, which asked consumers about their online shopping preferences and then benchmarked retailers to see how they shaped up.
Monitise is developing a new banking app for UK BlackBerry® smartphone users.