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We are constantly being bombarded with questions around the security of our data, but what about security for the devices needed to connect to that data? The world is a changing place and for those inclined to be unsavoury characters, a great place to anonymously make ill-gotten gains from unsuspecting victims who thought they were doing due diligence with their base-model anti-malware and anti-virus programs. After multiple data breaches, we
We live in a global business world. Almost on a daily basis, we see organizations expanding rapidly across geographies. While businesses in every industry can have international sites, some verticals like banking, finance, education, and retail are more apt to have corporate offices in multiple locales. Companies are typically in Tier 1/metropolitan cities with over 1,000 users, medium branches are in Tier 2 cities with 500-1000 users, Tiers 3 and
The Domain Name System (DNS) is one of the Internet's fundamental systems, providing the top-level hierarchy for naming Internet resources. One of its purposes is to act as a sort of phonebook, allowing names such as "www.example.com" to be resolved to resource information, such as server IP addresses. It provides the hierarchical naming model that enables clients to "resolve" or "lookup" resource records associated with names. This naming hierarchy also
When designing websites to meet peak traffic demands, it is vital to look beyond basic metrics such as page load speed. Providing visual content optimized for both desktop and mobile devices, and combating security threats will help you drive traffic and improve conversion rates during the holiday shopping season and beyond.
Steve Krug, a well-known user experience professional, has been quoted on many occasions for saying, "Don't make me think." It's true that users shouldn't have to puzzle around to find what they're looking for or to complete a task. Product usability is equally important to fancy features and technical capabilities because unused products eventually become shelf-ware. Rather than having users adapt to what we think their behavior should be, solution
APIs are the connective tissue between software and modern digital experiences, and they must be exposed to consumers in a way that prevents misuse. This means your APIs must have appropriate governance (authorization, authentication, quota management policies) to prevent consumers from abusing APIs. Since releasing API Gateway earlier this year, we're already making it better. But first, in case you missed it, here is a refresher on what Akamai API
Introducing mPulse Timeline mPulse Timeline is the new interface of events, milestones & alerts, displayed in a simple & impactful format. Timeline is the first feature to be released for the new mPulse interface. It is a great way to showcase key insights in a friendly calendar timeline view, making it ideal for stakeholders (from various roles across your organisation) to digest & take action.
It's been well established that there is a correlation between fast digital experiences and positive business results. What users experience on a site has a direct bearing on their engagement and buying behaviour and consequently the overall success of the business. Slow page load times can lead to high bounce rates, low NPS and SEO ranking. So now that performance is a priority for a lot of digital teams the
One of the things I like most about living in New England is the changing of seasons. I find myself looking forward, thinking about what's exciting about the next one. Each season offers something unique and special, and if you're ambitious enough to try new things, a variety of new opportunities. So far, this fall, we've done some apple picking and plan to take a few hikes as the leaves