Part 1: Four Fundamental Digital Strategies to Help Grow Your Business.
Focusing on Digital Marketing can help you in increasing profits like none other because of it 100% measurable and accountable.
Since 2014, people have been using chat apps more than they have social media tools. On Facebook Messenger alone, more than eight billion messages are sent around the world daily, and the Messenger marketing platform is responsible for millions of messages between people and businesses.
While you might be used to having to protect against malware and viruses on your computer, security tools are less common on phones. Should you be installing antivirus apps on your smartphone, or are the built-in protections that come as part of Android and iOS enough to keep you safe?
Many of us have heard of the 80/20 rule, also known as the ‘Pareto Principle.’ Applied to mobile application security, the idea is that guarding against threats with the greatest potential impact can mitigate 80 percent of your risk and provide the biggest bang for the buck. A defense-in-depth strategy can best protect your organization from security, privacy, and compliance threats stemming from mobile app vulnerabilities.
Mobile data security seems to have grabbed the headlines these days. And this has become one of the topmost worries in every industry. With tons and tons of data being generated by these enterprises, data security becomes a great matter of concern. Like it or not, but the reality is that the chances of sensitive data going in wrong hands are extremely high and the problem is becoming an intricate puzzle. So what to do? The following post emphasizes on mobile security threats that are increasing
There are three fatal flaws that have hamstrung mobile security, but there are emerging options for protecting enterprise data from users’ untrusted smartphones.
There are so many great things happening in web design right now that it was tough to break it down, but we hope you’ll enjoy our look at the top 17 web design and UI trends for 2019.
As part of our series looking at jobs in design studios, we speak to Fahud Ahmed, realisation designer at Design Bridge, about the need to be constantly curious, how he spends his day bringing brands to life through movement, and why he doesn’t feel you need a degree to do his job.
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