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The 5 biggest challenges to digital transformation and how to overcome them

Out of 1,000 business decision makers, 98% agree the delivery of digital services and apps is critical to a successful company, but 95% encounter challenges when trying to do so, according to a Tuesday report from Riverbed.

Top 3 Priorities of a B2B Mobile Strategy

Customer expectations are rising across all industries and verticals. To retain business, B2B companies must embrace digitization. If you don’t offer a superior web, mobile, and conversational interface, your customers will look for the supplier that does.

Top 5 reasons to have an ecommerce website for your business

With advancements in technology and with the popularity of the internet, more and more people are turning to the web for a variety of purposes. The internet is no longer limited to searching information or connecting with people but is a platform where you can also buy and sell products. An ecommerce website is a website which allows your business to sell products and services to their online audience.

7 Reasons Why React Native Is the Right Choice for Mobile App Development

JavaScript libraries are the boon companions of developers. From server-side programs to web page control, they have done an accomplished job for the web world. And to add magic to it, Jordan Walke, a software engineer at Facebook developed ReactJS, which is an open-source JavaScript library for developing web user interface.

5 Benefits of Having a Unified B2C and B2B eCommerce Site

More and more companies are selling to both consumers and businesses in order to grow sales and increase their market share. Companies that either make a product or sell in larger quantities can take advantage of economies of scale and generate huge margins selling direct to consumer rather than just to businesses at a bulk discount.

AT&T, Google partnership to provide more secure link to the cloud for businesses

The partnership will help businesses move workloads across multiple cloud environments without touching the public internet.

GDPR vs. ePrivacy: The 3 differences you need to know

GDPR isn't the end of stringent regulations for privacy in tech.

5 things you need to know about GDPR

No doubt you’ve heard a lot recently about the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It’s an important piece of legislation, yet some organisations are underprepared. With less than three months until the deadline for compliance on 25th May, here’s what you need to know.

Adobe acquires Magento to go B2B2C and beyond.

Experience Cloud to add commerce and content management facilities

Top 5 Simple ways To Increase Your Ecommerce Business Sales

This is an obvious fact that the ecommerce industry is expected to continue its upward and rapid growth. This opportunity seems exciting, promising and intriguing for every budding entrepreneur.

IT leaders say these 2 trends are dominating the tech industry

A recent SADA Systems survey found that AI and IoT were top of mind for tech and business leaders.

Top 5: Tips for using AI in your business

AI can be useful in many business situations, but like any other tool, it's not the solution to every problem. Here are five ways to get the most out of AI's capabilities.

Unified Google AI division a clear signal of AI's future in tech industry

Google Research and Google.ai have been combined, as the firm fights for dominance in AI and machine learning.

Google Assistant will soon make your business calls, and other developments from I/O 2018

Here are the big takeaways for business leaders from Google's annual developer conference in California.

Why interconnected mobile devices will force businesses into a new era of open ecosystems

Forrester predicts that mobile devices will become increasingly connected, and businesses that want to keep up need to plan for an ecosystem that will dwarf current IoT initiatives.

Google's Android Things is here, boosting security for enterprise IoT deployments

After three years, Google's Android-based IoT platform is ready for primetime. Learn how to get started.