The?digital economy?presents opportunities around the world where individuals can offer innovative services customised to clients.
Is there really such a thing as privacy when you partake in the most pervasive means of sharing information in the world?
Banks should create a customised online banking experience in order to retain customers, says Logikal.
The question of online identity is as old as the Internet itself. Now social media has added a new dimension.
The product, Strides, layers a Web 2.0 form of project management on top of social networking.
With growth in video and dynamic content, users are far more demanding in what they expect from applications, says DiData.
The information guardians of old adapt to new technologies to remain relevant in a Web 2.0 world.
Social networking platforms have insufficient authentication controls to prevent cyber attacks, says Kaspersky Lab.
Accurate performance testing early in the application life cycle eliminates potential problems.
As the tech becomes more widely adopted, opportunities for businesses to use it as a communication tool will expand, says Jean-Pierre Dumont, CEO of WebNow.
Social media allows users to add value and improve applications as they use them, says Martin Tassev, MD of Loophold Security Distribution.
Social media can develop brand eminence by showing the human side of a business, says Deloitte.