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Monday, July 01, 2019

How Tech Upstart Evisort has brought Artificial Intelligence to the Legal World

The new buzzword in Artificial Intelligence is "Cognitive Computing." This is a new standard of AI algorithms which undertakes to emulate some of the more complex functions of human cognition. Examples include driverless cars and facial recognition, which have been in the news a lot lately. These tasks were impossible for AI even just twenty years ago because the speed of hardware was simply not sufficient to make these tasks feasible. >>

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Expert: How net neutrality repeal has hindered brands, consumers

It's been a year since the US Congress repealed Net Neutrality, and while their reasoning was that ISPs and other entities wouldn't change how consumers logged on, surfed, or found information, the revers has been true. >>

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Taking The Confusion Out Of Getting A Registered Agent

Managing an online business can be less expensive than maintaining a brick-and-mortar location. However, running a business online doesn't mean you can skip the rules established by the state and federal government. >>

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Expert: How 5G could neutralize Net Neutrality

Just over a year ago, the US Congress repealed the FCC's Net Neutrality ruling - a ruling that made it illegal for mobile and internet providers to charge more for access to certain sites or platform. While Congress is gearing up for another fight, this time to reinstate Net Neutrality, one expert says it may no longer be needed. >>

Monday, May 20, 2019

Brands: How to ensure GDPR compliance now

As we near the year anniversary of the EU's GDPR initiative, many businesses still haven't implemented the right technology and strategies to ensure their mailing lists, data collection, and targeting are compliant. Even those brands outside the EU could stand to take another look at how compliant they are with data privacy as consumers are more leery of data use every year. Here are a few tips. >>

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

How UK brands are adapting a year into GDPR

With the one year anniversary of the EU's GDPR adoption coming up, we wanted to check in to how European businesses are adapting to the changes in how data is collected and used in the online space. According to one expert, one change is that those brands who initially pulled out of location data are now pushing back in. >>

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Expert: 1 Year later, what's happening with GDPR

While more consumers may say they're worried about and/or actively looking for solutions to keep their personal data private, new data indicates they aren't actually taking steps to secure that data. According to data from BestVPN about half (46%) of American consumers haven't made changes to their security settings post-Cambridge Analytica/Facebook. We're also a year into the EU's GDPR change. So we asked one digital expert what is happening with digital security. >>

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Report: How bad bots are harming business

Web scraping, competitive data mining, personal data harvesting, data breeches, ad fraud, transaction fraud, spam. All of these - and more - are a problem for businesses and consumers alike, and are becoming more prevalent because of the use of "bad bots" by fraudsters and even legitimate businesses. Just how big is the bad bot problem? >>

Wednesday, April 03, 2019

Is your data safe at outsourced accounting service provider?

Recruiting and retaining appropriately qualified accountancy staff is a financial and administrative headache for many businesses. As a result, it is no surprise that increasing numbers now choose to outsource accounting and tax functions to specialist external service providers. >>

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Expert: What brands need to understand about blockchain

While some experts believe blockchain could be a solution to ad fraud and increased digital transparency, no everyone is sold on the technology. We asked Mark Pearlstein what brands need to know about blockchain. >>

Friday, March 15, 2019

Reports: Look for fraud to increase

An update to online payment rules could increase the amounts and kinds of frauds online businesses deal with. Payment Services Directive (PSD2) is set up to better identify consumers, which should be a relief for both digital merchants and shoppers, but new data out from iovation indicates that the implementation of stricter controls in some regions will move fraudsters to regions that are not prepared for additional attacks. >>

Friday, March 01, 2019

5 Steps to GDPR Compliance

GDPR is now a reality for your company and you're expected to make significant changes in the way your company processes personal data and responds to data hacks. >>

Monday, January 21, 2019

Report: SMBs hopeful about 2019, shutdown could change outlook

The US government is entering it's fifth week of shutdown, but according to one new report Small Businesses are optimistic about their 2019 potential. In fact, researchers found that 63% of SMB owners believe the current political environment in the US will have a positive impact on their 2019 revenue lines. >>

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Expert: How brands can prep for innovative tech changes in 2019

While most marketers are focused on ad strategy for 2019, the truth is that they should also be focused on cybersecurity measures, data privacy, and even breaches. That, because as consumers spend more time in the digital space, so do fraudsters. We asked Kaspersky Labs what marketers should be looking for as they plan for 2019. >>

Monday, December 31, 2018

6 upgrades to DevOps brands must embrace now

From brands agility to data breaches to customer experience and even digital disruption, here are six ways DevOps will grow in 2019 - and why businesses need to embrace these changes now. >>

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