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What is a digital transformation strategy?

12/11/2019 (Tue) Digital Marketing

It’s easy to become enamored by new technology. The possibilities behind 5G cellular service to transform how we do business are tremendous. When companies are considering how AI technology could improve business process or impact sales and customer service, there’s a tendency to start pulling levers and making changes, and yet every new technology in 2020 and beyond that into the next decade could have far-reaching implications.

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Instagram’s founder on whether he’d sell to Facebook again: ‘When someone comes and offers you a billion dollars for 11 people, what do you say?’

07/11/2019 (Thu) Facebook Marketing

If Kevin Systrom could do it all over again, he would probably still sell Instagram to Facebook.

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Study: Preschool children who have more screen time show structural differences in their brains

07/11/2019 (Thu) General

New US research has found that preschool-age children who use more screen-based media show structural differences in the brain – which could affect their language and literacy skills.

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Businesses are replacing VPNs with zero trust network access

06/11/2019 (Wed) General

Zscaler has announced the results from the first industry survey to examine enterprise adoption of Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), revealing that businesses have already started to replace VPNs with ZTNA.

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Facebook says Libra needs ‘decades’ to take hold

06/11/2019 (Wed) Facebook Marketing

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 6 ― Facebook’s planned digital currency Libra will need decades to establish itself and gain global acceptance, one of its creators predicted yesterday.

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Facebook Unknowingly Shared Private Group Data With Partners

06/11/2019 (Wed) Facebook Marketing

(Nov 6): Facebook Inc. said it unknowingly gave outside developers access to private user information shared within some groups on its main social network, including the names and profile photos of people who were part of those groups.

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Firefox will put an end to those annoying notifications… about notifications

05/11/2019 (Tue) General

Firefox 72 will block push notification request popups by default. This means you’ll no longer see messages asking ‘Will you allow xyz.com to send notifications?’

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New Facebook logo arrives as its ‘family’ grows

05/11/2019 (Tue) Facebook Marketing

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 5 ― Facebook yesterday unveiled a new logo to represent the Silicon Valley company, distinct from its core social network.

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Tweens, teens, and phones: What Common Sense’s 2019 research reveals

05/11/2019 (Tue) General

Is there anything more frustrating than hearing “fine” when you ask your kid how their day was? It’s the same feeling – times 1,000 – when we see our kids on their devices and have no clue what they’re up to.

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Freebies are the key hook in new ‘streaming wars’

01/11/2019 (Fri) General

If you make it free, will they come? Apple, Disney and AT&T’s WarnerMedia want to jump-start their challenges to Netflix by offering freebies and deep discounts on emerging streaming plans.

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One of Malaysia’s first eWallets bites the dust

01/11/2019 (Fri) General

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 31 — With more players entering the competitive eWallet space, Digi appears to have thrown in the towel for its VCash eWallet. The digital wallet is barely two years old and they have initiated a refund process for its current users. According to the SMS sent to existing users, the wallet service will end on November 30, 2019.

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These were the worst malware strains of 2019

01/11/2019 (Fri) General

Webroot has released its third annual Nastiest Malware list highlighting 2019’s worst cybersecurity threats and the fact that consumers and businesses alike need to take cybersecurity education more seriously.

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Google may finally be killing off Flash

31/10/2019 (Thu) Digital Marketing

As the internet prepares to finally bid farewell to Adobe Flash next year, Google has announced that it will stop indexing Flash content in its search engine.

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Mark Zuckerberg launched an impassioned defense of political ads on Facebook, just minutes after Twitter banned them

31/10/2019 (Thu) Facebook Marketing

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey just threw down the gauntlet to Mark Zuckerberg over political ads – but the Facebook CEO isn’t backing down.

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Facebook takes more heat for enabling political falsehoods

30/10/2019 (Wed) Facebook Marketing

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 30 ― Facebook came under fresh criticism yesterday for its hands-off approach to political speech, as a group of employees and US lawmakers called on the social network to fact-check politicians spreading misinformation.

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