A recent survey of 2300 CIOs from twenty-three different cities in the US found that one out of four have no mobile strategy. While there are many understandable reasons for this -- budget restrictions, lack of ownership, and simple inertia -- these reasons pale beside the potential losses incurred by not taking advantage of the wealth of opportunities that mobile presents.
Today, I'd like to share a roundup of compelling reasons to make mobile a priority in 2015.
In survey after survey, internet users say they want their online experience to be as safe, reliable, and fast as possible. That's why security, availability, and performance are at the core of everything we do at Radware. And that's why we've compiled this list of resolutions -- from managing page bloat to regaining control of rogue third-party scripts -- for site owners who want to deliver the fastest possible user experience to their audience.
Over half of all internet traffic is generated by bots — some legitimate, some malicious. Competitors and adversaries alike deploy “bad” bots that leverage different methods to achieve nefarious objectives. This includes account takeover, scraping data, denying available inventory and launching denial-of-service attacks with the intent of stealing data or causing service disruptions.