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BizReport : November 17, 2014 Archive

November 17, 2014 Archive

Trends & Ideas | November 17, 2014

'Presenteeism' becoming a thing of the past as technology enables working from home

For an increasing number of employees, the commute to work is a short walk down the hall to the study or finding a parking space on the sofa. New research from creative storytelling agency Rooster Punk and agile cloud workspace The 4th Office unearths the increasing trend of freeing employees from the confines of an office. >>

Search Marketing | November 17, 2014

Research reveals need for marketers to understand mobile search ranking factors

Research comparing mobile search results with those on a desktop highlights the need for marketers to be aware of how their pages rank on mobile by understanding those factors that correlate with higher positions. >>

Trends & Ideas | November 17, 2014

'World-wide vanilla' approach to marketing eroding Asian cultural standards

New research among Asian consumers illustrates the need for brands to be both global and local in order to illustrate their understanding of cultures and appeal to those against globalization. >>

Ecommerce | November 17, 2014

Holiday Roundup: More to shop in-store

Some shoppers are already scoping out deals in circulars and showrooming in stores to figure out their plan of attack for Thanksgiving Weekend. Two reports shed light on what retailers - and shoppers - can expect. >>



Ecommerce | November 17, 2014

Avangate: Survey highlights changing ideas about payments

Turns out consumers don't want to be bothered with reminders about products, and in some cases simply want the books, movies, clothing or software to arrive regularly on a subscription bases. >>

Internet | November 17, 2014

Study: 1 in 3 people aren't secure online

Many American's aren't as secured as they imagined in the online space. That according to new data out from Tresorit which indicates about one-third haven't taken the necessary steps to ensure their personal data - including social security numbers and credit cards - is protected. >>