Security is vital to user retention and is becoming the most important feature of any service where user data is at stake.
In the wake of Heartbleed, tech companies offered up tips to create better passwords. But what if passwords just aren’t a good way to protect data?
The Copyblogger report confirms the ambiguity of native advertising, with nearly half of respondents admitting to being clueless.
Despite Tumblr’s impressive numbers as one of the most trafficked sites on the web, it has remained largely ignored when it comes to brand marketing.
Twitter says the Gnip acquisition will further extend its data platform.
Encryption keeps a web surfer’s data from being tampered with or seen by others and sends information to the correct recipients.
Google Glass available to be purchased by the public today only. Twitter expands by two floors, adding hip indoor cabin spaces. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Will Facebook’s recent changes result in an exodus of users?
More than half of marketers cite a lack of resources as a barrier to growth. One way to get ahead of the curve is to turn company brochures and PDF documents into highly-engaging videos.
A new Pew survey suggests that the amount of personal data being stolen as a result of online activities is on the rise.