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  • What has the internet really given us?

    The internet has changed our lifestyles - at a glance, it has definitely improved our lives and brought us many benefits. The internet is a medium that lets us do anything from shopping, seeing parts of the world we have never seen, socializing, learning new things - the list goes on and on. Nevertheless, as Newton’s Law of motion states that “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”, the progress that the internet has given us is not without repercussion.
  • Biometric Security Comes of Age

    More than 1 billion mobile devices will include fingerprint readers this year, opening up countless new ways for organisations to beef up their customer service and security.
  • What you should know about Progressive Web Apps

    Web technologies have evolved at a pace during the last decade, constantly improving our web surf experience…. and so did the strategies to provide the actual content.
  • Bringing Analytics To Data In The Decision Economy

    In today’s digital economy, the way organisations make decisions is changing dramatically.
  • Most of the time, Weird is good

    One way or another, everyone has heard about Database Marketing (DBM). Maybe not the actual ‘scientific’ term but its meaning or core message. Database Marketing isn’t just a customer record, but a tool to approach and strengthen ties with consumers, among many other functions.
  • 4 ways to empower millennial workers

    Millennials seek purpose, flexibility, collaboration, and innovation at work. To help build and nurture their organisations’ young talent—while fostering an environment that can benefit employees of all ages—CIOs and their C-suite counterparts can focus on improving four areas
  • Should you upgrade your hard disk drive?

    Although one might not feel it yet, the pace of technological innovation is slowing down.
  • Improving a websites performance (Part 1)

    For the past decade, internet speeds have become more reliable, both for a wired and a wireless connection. We are able to retrieve large chunks of data at an impressive rate and load relatively bulky web content at lightning speed when compared to the dial up days. As web developers, we shouldn't allow such a commodity to make us lazy when we develop websites and web applications.
  • A dynamic approach to strategy

    Strategy implementation efforts are often bogged down by such pitfalls as team members’ inability to translate leaders’ directives into actions or change course based on new information.
  • Equipping the EU payments market for the digital age – the second payment services directive (PSD 2)

    Consumers, especially millennials, are quickly adopting new digital payment methods and are now used to engaging directly and immediately with retailers. They expect their needs to be anticipated across a range of products and services and expect similar responsiveness from their payment service providers (PSPs). Traditional PSPs do not have long to adjust to this new reality and avoid going the way of the dodo.