There are a myriad of ways that an application can fail. There can be introduction of a product defect and lack of process to catch that defect, there can be a threat that can exploit a known or unknown vulnerability, or even something as simple as an “infallible” system administrator tripping over a power cord.
According to the United Nations, 1.4 billion tons of perishable food is wasted due to inefficiencies found with the food supply chain.
Common vulnerabilities like Cross Site Scripting (XSS) and WordPress API exploits happen because of sloppy coding practices from third party developers in the WordPress ecosystem.
The “metaverse” is a convergence of our physical and digital lives that is being brought on by advancements in internet connectivity, AR/VR, and blockchain.
The Metaverse is an expansive network of persistent, real-time rendered 3D worlds and simulations that support continuity of identity, objects, history, payments, and entitlements, and can be experienced synchronously by an effectively unlimited number of users, each with an individual sense of presence
Facebook announced at its company’s Connect event that its new name will be Meta. A company that builds technology to connect.
People have new needs. Everyday 15% of search queries seen on Google are the ones not seen before, they reflect more time spent at home, e.g. milk delivery grew 800% globally at the start of the pandemic.
Bloggers from all over the world try to improve their writing skills and articles’ visibility every day. Trends come and go, but one thing is sure: content is the king, and it will forever be like that.
Smart retailers are already preparing their websites and online marketing campaigns for the holiday shopping season. If your company hasn’t started you may have a few weeks to get things in order before it’s too late.
You don’t sell your product or service to everyone in the same way because each person has different concerns and different processes they go through to make a buying decision.