Many Brits are unintentionally exposing personal information online, with men being more likely to let sensitive information slip, according to new research.
The Prime Minister has pledged to spend £650 million, over the next four years, on managing the risks associated with cyberspace.
John Lewis’ website offers customers the best online user experience out of the top UK high street retailers, and has been the most consistently easy to use website over the last five years, according to a new study.
River Island has added videos to its new website to help bring its online experience closer to that of shoppers in-store.
Research from website monitoring and load testing specialist, Site Confidence, an NCC Group plc company, has found that e-retailers are under-prepared for the Christmas shopping rush, and could miss out on valuable sales.
ThomsonLocal has announced that it has launched a local business search app for iPhone users, enabling them to access the company’s database of over 1.8 million UK business listings.
Terrorism and attacks on computer networks are among the biggest threats to the UK, Home Secretary Theresa May has said ahead of the publication of a new National Security Strategy. Rob Cotton, CEO of the UK’s largest information assurance company, NCC Group plc, backs the home secretary’s comments that cyber crime is a “growing” danger, … [Read more…]
Marketers must realise that they are in complete control of the success, and failure, of their email marketing campaigns. The crux starts with their email sender reputation. Margaret Farmakis, Senior Director of Response Consulting at Return Path, offers a guide to getting your recipients’ attention.
A new travel portal, borne out of a two-year university consultancy project, has launched exclusively for organisations and employees within the public sector in the UK and Ireland.
The News of the World has followed News Corp stablemate The Times behind a paywall, with access to the site now costing £1 for 24 hours or £1.99 for four weeks. Steve Elsham, head of media at SAS UK looks at how newspapers can do more with digital media and their reader data.