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Mobile is a key part of the shopping journey, both online and offline. 55 percent of Chinese consumers rate the smart phone as the most important device in making a purchase decision compared to only one-third of consumers in the US and UK. Mobile devices are also becoming the go to device for Internet access across Asia Pacific. According to an eMarketer survey, 90 percent of respondents said they accessed
In June 2012, Akamai launched the "Akamai IO" data visualization tool, with an initial data set that highlighted browser usage across PCs and other connected devices connecting to Akamai via fixed and mobile networks. The data used for Akamai IO is sampled from nearly three trillion requests for content that Akamai handles each day. It also makes use of Akamai's EdgeScape IP address geolocation tool to help identify IP addresses
In my last blog when I kicked off our MobilePerf Blog Series, I talked about mobile Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Google's guidance on how to make your sites mobile friendly. Google just announced that they will also factor in your mobile site's page speed when ranking your organization in the mobile friendly search results.
Today we are kicking off a new series of blog posts where we will specifically focus on mobile experiences, challenges, solutions, tips, trends and optimizations but most importantly, you will read insight and opinions from Akamai mobile experts. The first post is on mobile SEO and Key challenges for developing and managing mobile friendly web sites and apps.
By Lu Bolden, Vice President, Business Development, Verimatrix The coming of age for mobile video and TV was perhaps one of the most tangible takeaways from the recent Mobile World Congress (MWC) at Barcelona, amid some of the more futuristic demonstrations around say the Internet of Things and virtual reality.
The discussions among the insurance industry participants at Akamai's Edge conference this past October were fascinating. It was abundantly clear, that there are major shifts ahead that will set the course for where the industry is headed in the long-term. Although the insurance industry as a whole has been less agile, heavily burdened by legacy systems and is really one of the last data-driven businesses to realize a full digital
The recent volatility in the stock market serves as a reminder to those in the brokerage world about the challenges of capacity planning during unstable equity markets. We are only 10 trading days into 2016, and the the S&P 500 index is down 8.0%. As shown in the table below, we've now had 4 days of 400+ point swings in the market.
It wasn't too long ago that the only reason a site would leverage HTTPS was to encrypt sensitive data so it couldn't be read in transit. Times are changing and the Internet as we know it is moving more and more towards encrypting all website traffic. Below are 7 good reasons to move your website to only use HTTPS.
"Fingerprint banking", or the ability to conduct financial transactions from your phone with your fingerprint, without the need for a username and password, has quickly become a mainstream feature in banking apps around the globe. But will this new feature convince mobile holdouts - those customers that don't trust mobile banking - to cross over? Or will it further scare them away?