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Digital transformation is a challenging and complex endeavor, and it's easy to get tripped up by unforeseen issues. For many organizations, the focal point of their digital transformation strategies is throwing their weight behind new mobile initiatives. These can often include both internal and customer-facing platforms, designed for a variety of purposes. A mobile platform is only as good as the user experience (UX) it provides, and businesses that fail
The rise of the digital-native consumer creates tremendous opportunities for organizations to develop deeper relationships with their customers in support of their business objectives. Whether the goals are to acquire new leads, increase on-site engagement, collect and leverage customer insights or all of the above, a comprehensive customer identity and access management (CIAM) solution will play a critical role.
Truly knowing the customer is key to marketing success today. And it's not just about knowing their name, but understanding their true identity. The technology that makes this possible is known as customer identity and access management (CIAM).
Authentication might be the single biggest hazard for web security over the next decade. It's not that the fundamentals of authentication are particularly challenging; we've understood the basic principles behind password management, push-based authorization, and device certificates for some time. But managing those at scale, and navigating to a more secure world -- maybe one without passwords someday -- requires a level of investment and focus that is, for most
If you asked anyone 10 years ago who the winner would be in the over online video formats, you would have heard some strong opinions -- and some incorrect predictions. Video standards and formats will continue to change as long as users demand new ways to view content. AkamaiTV's Nelson Rodriguez recently met with Encoding.com President Jeff Malkin to discuss who can possibly win in the war for a common
Rewards programs have long been synonymous with retailers and brand manufacturers, but over the past couple of years, entertainment and media companies have started getting in on the action. Given the increased competition from streaming applications, OTT content providers and other media services, it's only natural that players in the entertainment industry would look for new ways to differentiate themselves and better engage fanbases.
Part 2 - Security In the first post, web performance was discussed, especially for the mobile visitor. While web performance is critically important, security is also a vital area of focus and investment because, threat actors don't take holidays. They're always out on the internet probing sites, looking for vulnerabilities and ways to steal data or take over sites. They are however, keenly aware of holidays and what that
Predicting and preparing for peak traffic volume and resource demands is a difficult task for online retailers around the world. They need to be ready for both expected and unexpected traffic spikes at any time. No one wants the CEO on their doorstep asking why their website is down and losing revenue every second it remains offline. In this post, the first of two parts, I'll share key web
Over the last two years, we've seen a surge in OTT offerings as viewers insist on watching what they want, when they want, on any device, anywhere. Major content creators like Netflix and Amazon have made significant strides to push this technology into the mainstream, however true mass adoption will happen when traditional broadcast companies adopt OTT in a significant way. AkamaiTV's Ian Munford recently sat down with Mark Harrison